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1 Kings School Centennial Building (Auckland) 2 Pacific Coast Village Beach House (Papamoa) 3 University of Auckland, Science Centre (Auckland) 4 OBJECTSPACE (Auckland) 5 Manukau Bus Station (Auckland) 6 Justice & Emergency Services Precinct (Christchurch) 7 Pita Te Hori Centre/Kind Edward Barrack (Christchurch) 8 Goodman Fitout, KPMG Centre (Auckland) 9 Te Auaha NZ Institute of Creativity (the Cuba Dixon Redevelopment) (Wellington) 10 Fonterra (Auckland) 11 12 Madden Street (Auckland) 12 Whenua Pupuke – Waitemata Clinical Skills Centre (Auckland) 13 Air New Zealand Airport Campus (Auckland) 14 44 The Terrace (Wellington)


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INTRODUCTION

ABOUT THE AWARDS

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he prestigious Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards are presented to outstanding property developments or refurbishments across New Zealand. Above all, the Awards recognise buildings that provide an outstanding return and/or delivery of service for investment. For some, this means a return on speculative investment; for others it means creating a development that supports productive activities, which creates value for both owners and users.

This year, there are 11 award categories and one Supreme Award winner:

Submissions are assessed based on the following principles:

Project vision and innovation (includes ●

Design and construction Owner and user satisfaction

Arrow International Multi-Unit Residential Property Award GIB Education Property Award

Holmes Consulting Group Tourism and Leisure Property Award Natural Habitats Urban Land Developments Property Award RCG Retail Property Award Yardi Industrial Property Award Warren and Mahoney Civic and Arts Property Award Fagerhult NZ Health and Medical Property Award Hawkins Heritage and Adaptive Reuses Property Award Resene Green Building Property Award Rider Levett Bucknall Supreme Award

MERIT is awarded to properties the judges deem to have “something special” about the way in which the development or project was undertaken. There may be multiple Merit Award winners in each category. EXCELLENCE Award winners are presented to properties deemed to be among the best in their chosen category, and that symbolise excellence within the property industry across all aspects of the evaluation. There may be multiple Excellence Award winners in each category. BEST IN CATEGORY winners are awarded where a property stands out as the “best of the best” against the other entries in their category. There is only one Best in Category Award winner in each category, with these properties also in the running for the overall Supreme Award.


JUDGING Upon nomination, all entrants are invited to complete an Awards Submission that details all facets of the development, from project costs, potential return, design, to tenant and owner testimonials, project vision, innovation and a host of All nominees are subject to a rigorous judging process, where our panel of experts evaluate the buildings both on paper and in person, visiting nearly 100 properties to assess each project

individually. On completion of the site visits, our judges reconvene to deliberate on their scores and reach an agreement on the Best in Category, Excellence and Merit Award winners for each category, as well as the Supreme Award winner. Property Council gives special thanks to our panel of judges, who have dedicated considerable time and expertise evaluating submissions and participating in site visits. Their diligence and knowledge ensure the process is robust and enables us to bring these awards to you each year.

JUDGING PANEL Chief Judge

ABOUT PROPERTY COUNCIL NEW ZEALAND

Andrew Evans Independent Director

Property Council was founded 42 years ago to champion and foster growth in the property industry.

Judges Alaina Beattie

Barry Copeland Copeland Associates Architects

Christina van Bohemen Sills van Bohemen Architects Helen O’Sullivan Ockham Residential

Mark Parlane Colliers International

Alex Cutler Urban Constructs

Brendon Dwyer Beca

Daniel Henderson Auckland International Airport Jeremy Whelan Ignite Architects

Richard Anderson Rider Levett Bucknall

Tristan Ilich Aurecon

for the commercial property industry, working closely with central and local government to advocate for quality urban growth that supports and enables strong national and local economies. We connect more than 10,000 people across our 550-plus member companies, who have an estimated $50 billion collective investment in commercial property. Our members invest in Property Council because we champion a thriving property industry that creates jobs, opportunities for growth and shapes cities that are future-proofed and functional. We aim to deliver policy outcomes to property owners, managers, investors and associates that reduce red-tape, encourage development and enable the New Zealand economy.

2019 KEY DATES Call for nominations Wednesday 21 November 2018

Green Judges Andrew Eagles New Zealand Green Building Council

Simon Wilson

Matt Lee Mesh Consulting

Mark Fraser

Nominations close Friday 1 February 2019 Completed submissions due Friday 1 March 2019

HLC

Awards Dinner and Ceremony Friday 14 June 2019

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WELCOME

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t’s with great pleasure that I introduce the inaugural Property Industry Awards magazine; a tome designed to further celebrate and recognise the finalists of the Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards. Property – at its heart – is about much more than bricks and mortar. It’s about people creating spaces that enhance lives and act as an enabler for economic prosperity. Property contributes to our success as a country. These awards mark the culmination of years of preparation and dedication. Not just from our extraordinary family of judges, sponsors and co-ordinators who make this event happen, but from every single one of our nominees, who craft world-leading projects and allow them to be showcased

and celebrated throughout this spectacular awards programme. So, before the champagne flows and the confetti is thrown, let me take a moment to congratulate our nominees – the innovators and talented professionals who take a blank canvas and bring it to life. You are the beating heart of the property industry, whose investment builds cities and creates communities. Here’s to you.

Connal Townsend Chief Executive Property Council New Zealand

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CONTENTS

PG16 Civic & Arts Category

PG30 Multi-Unit Residential Category

PG44 Heritage & Adaptive Category

PG48 Commercial Office Category

PG74 Tourism & Leisure Category

PG80 Retail Category

PG81 Urban Land Developments Category

PG86 Green Building Category

PG90 Education Category

PG105 Industrial Category

PG122 Health & Medical Category

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COMMERCIAL PROJECT

HERITAGE / RESTORATION PROJECT

EMA Business Hub & Carpark Location Group

Church of Scientology International

Macrennie Construction

WMK Architecture: in asscociation with DPA Architects & Avery Team Architects

Canam Interiors: Contractor

Critical thinking. Intelligent design. “And great team work.” Email: studio@averyarchitects.co.nz

www.averyarchitects.co.nz


SPONSORS MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY AWARD For over 30 years we’ve pushed ourselves and our industry to get better value for clients. We now undertake $350 million of projects a year in New Zealand,

PRINCIPAL SPONSOR & SUPREME AWARD Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) is an independent global consultancy practice with a commitment to delivering high quality outcomes through advice, focussed on cost, quality and sustainability within property, infrastructure, construction and facilities. The group is one of the largest providers of Cost Management and Advisory consulting services both in New Zealand and globally. With

projects need more than building expertise. They need a team of great people working together, each applying their unique knowledge to challenge existing RETAIL PROPERTY AWARD We draw on our architectural and property expertise to act as a strategic partner for our clients. We help with intelligent solutions, including purchasing, selling and leasing property. If you want advice from experts in strategic design, property and realty – let’s talk. TOURISM & LEISURE PROPERTY AWARD Holmes Consulting is one of New Zealand’s most respected consulting With more than 60 years at the top of the industry, our high-performing team has helped design an elegant, compelling built environment across thousands

COMMERCIAL OFFICE PROPERTY AWARD RCP is the leading provider of independent project management services to New Zealand’s property and construction industry. We have more than 21 years of experience delivering many of the country’s most prominent and awardwinning property developments – that’s more than 1000 projects worth more than $7 billion. Our diverse portfolio spans the commercial, retail, residential, stadia, education and healthcare sectors.

URBAN LAND DEVELOPMENTS PROPERTY AWARD At Natural Habitats we are passionate about landscape and are relied upon to design, build and care for the landscapes of many of our country’s iconic residential, commercial and civic projects. The trust we have won with our clients over the past 35 years has enabled us to build the leading we have local branches in Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch. Natural Habitats collaborates easily with New Zealand’s leading architects, engineers, landscape architects and urban planners for grand results.

CIVIC & ARTS PROPERTY AWARD Warren and Mahoney is one of New Zealand’s most accomplished design studios. Over 60-plus years, the practice has designed and delivered hundreds of architectural projects across the

GIB® EDUCATION PROPERTY AWARD The GIB® brand is a New Zealand icon, and Winstone Wallboards has a proud heritage of being a New Zealand-focussed and New Zealand-based manufacturer and marketer of gypsum plasterboard, drywall systems, associated products and services. We’ve been in New Zealand for 90 years and manufacture plasterboard systems both in Auckland and in Christchurch to meet our country’s stringent building conditions.

HERITAGE & ADAPTIVE REUSES PROPERTY AWARD Hawkins is big enough to tackle anything, yet small enough to be agile. Complex projects are our specialty. Our expert teams throughout New Zealand deliver transformational projects for our clients. Everything we do is about building better communities.

client community. Warren and Mahoney’s design vision is based on the understanding that identity matters; that the most successful projects are those that resonate, socially and culturally, to enhance a sense of belonging and connection. With a commitment to excellence, the practice continues to shape lives and communities for the better through high-quality and enduring design.

GREEN BUILDING PROPERTY AWARD Since 1946, Resene has forged a reputation for quality paints and specialist coatings designed to meet the demanding standards of architectural and building industry professionals. Working hard to stay ahead of market trends, Resene has an international reputation as a leader in paint research and technology. Resene is also well known for its extensive colour range and its commitment to sustainability and is proud to be 100 per cent New Zealand owned and operated. We are delighted to support Property Council New Zealand and its awards programme to encourage and celebrate excellence in property.

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY AWARD Yardi is the leading provider of software solutions for the real-estate industry. latest Cloud technology to make your data accessible on any device, anywhere, any time. By providing a single source of truth – one fully integrated platform, which manages everything from property management to accounting, operations, maintenance, investor distributions, and more – we help you ensure your information is both accurate, and scaleable for the future.

HEALTH & MEDICAL PROPERTY AWARD Fagerhult is one of Europe’s leading lighting companies, with 3300

ellington and Christchurch and develops, manufactures and markets innovative retail and outdoor environments.

MC AND SUPPORTING SPONSOR In our almost 150 years in the industry, Carters has learnt that good business is all about partnerships. We’ve got the country covered with a nationwide network of 50 branches, all acting together to make the business of building easier with one account. It all adds up to building with zero hassles.

WELCOME FUNCTION SPONSOR geotechnical, testing, environmental and project management services. We deliver technical excellence to manage complex risks and create innovative and exciting opportunities in collaboration with our clients – providing value throughout the whole asset lifecycle in the transport and property infrastructure, energy and resources sectors.

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+ CIVIC & ARTS EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - ELLEN MELVILLE CENTRE AND FREYBERG PLACE, AUCKLAND EXCELLENCE - JUSTICE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES PRECINCT, CHRISTCHURCH - MATUKU TAKOTAKO: SUMNER CENTRE, CHRISTCHURCH

+ SUPREME WINNER - WAIKOUKOU, 22 BOULCOTT STREET, WELLINGTON

MERIT - DUNEDIN LAW COURTS, DUNEDIN - OBJECTSPACE, AUCKLAND - MANUKAU BUS STATION, AUCKLAND - THE DAVID O. MCKAY STAKE AND CULTURAL EVENTS CENTRE, HAMILTON - THE SALVATION ARMY CHRISTCHURCH CITY, CHRISTCHURCH

+ MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL

+ INDUSTRIAL

EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - SALE STREET APARTMENTS, AUCKLAND

EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - RÖHLIG LOGISTICS, AUCKLAND

EXCELLENCE - HEREFORD RESIDENCES, AUCKLAND - NORTH WEST QUARTER – KENSINGTON PARK, AUCKLAND

EXCELLENCE - FONTERRA, AUCKLAND

MERIT - CENTRO, SUGARTREE, AUCKLAND - MILLWATER CENTRAL TERRACES, AUCKLAND - TE PĀ TAUIRA – OTAGO POLYTECHNIC STUDENT VILLAGE, DUNEDIN - THE FOUNDRIES, AUCKLAND - WHAKAWHITI LOOP, AUCKLAND

MERIT - MINISTRY FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRIES, AUCKLAND - POTTER INTERIOR SYSTEMS, THE GATE INDUSTRY PARK, AUCKLAND

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+ EDUCATION

+ GREEN BUILDING

EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - KING’S SCHOOL CENTENNIAL BUILDING, AUCKLAND

EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - ARA KAHUKURA, CHRISTCHURCH

EXCELLENCE - OTAGO BUSINESS SCHOOL, DUNEDIN - TE AUAHA NZ INSTITUTE OF CREATIVITY (THE CUBA DIXON REDEVELOPMENT), WELLINGTON - WAKATIPU HIGH SCHOOL, QUEENSTOWN

EXCELLENCE - PITA TE HORI CENTRE, KING EDWARD BARRACKS, CHRISTCHURCH - TE PĀ TAUIRA – OTAGO POLYTECHNIC STUDENT VILLAGE, DUNEDIN

MERIT - RANGIORA HIGH SCHOOL – RAKAHURI BUILDING, CHRISTCHURCH - ARA KAHUKURA, CHRISTCHURCH - UNITEC CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND TRADES BUILDING (MATAAHO), AUCKLAND - UNITEC HUB (TE PUNA), AUCKLAND - UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND, SCIENCE CENTRE, AUCKLAND

MERIT - WAIKOUKOU, 22 BOULCOTT STREET, WELLINGTON - GOODMAN FITOUT, KPMG CENTRE, AUCKLAND

+ HERITAGE & ADAPTIVE REUSES

+ COMMERCIAL OFFICE

EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - DUNEDIN LAW COURTS, DUNEDIN

EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - WAIKOUKOU, 22 BOULCOTT STREET, WELLINGTON

EXCELLENCE - MELANESIAN MISSION, AUCKLAND

EXCELLENCE - 12 MADDEN STREET, AUCKLAND - GENESIS ENERGY, AUCKLAND - MINISTRY FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRIES, AUCKLAND - PITA TE HORI CENTRE, KING EDWARD BARRACKS, CHRISTCHURCH

MERIT - 94-96 QUEEN STREET, AUCKLAND - AIR NEW ZEALAND AIRPORT CAMPUS, AUCKLAND - BISHOP SELWYN CHAPEL AND ST MARY’S CHURCH, AUCKLAND - CHRIST’S COLLEGE KITCHEN TOWER RESTORATION, CHRISTCHURCH - MONA VALE HOMESTEAD, CHRISTCHURCH - SIGN OF THE KIWI, CHRISTCHURCH

MERIT - AA INSURANCE, AUCKLAND - ALPINE ENERGY OFFICE BUILDING, TIMARU - MAORI TELEVISION, AUCKLAND - QBE CENTRE, 125 QUEEN STREET, AUCKLAND


+ TOURISM & LEISURE

+ URBAN LAND DEVELOPMENTS

EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - RAMADA ALBANY, AUCKLAND

EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - BEACHES – COAST PAPAMOA BEACH, TAURANGA

EXCELLENCE - AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - PIER B EXTENSION PROJECT, AUCKLAND

MERIT - JENNINGS JERSEY REDEVELOPMENT, AUCKLAND - RICHMOND (STAGE 1), AUCKLAND

MERIT - BUG LAB, AUCKLAND ZOO, AUCKLAND

+ HEALTH & MEDICAL

+ RETAIL

MERIT - WHENUA PUPUKE – WAITEMATA CLINICAL SKILLS CENTRE, AUCKLAND

EXCELLENCE & BEST IN CATEGORY - THE HUB, HORNBY, CHRISTCHURCH EXCELLENCE - HUAMI RESTAURANT – SKYCITY, AUCKLAND

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Scentre Scentre Group’s Group’s biggest biggest development set to development set to change change the the face face of of retail retail in Auckland in Auckland Newmarket is well underway, with the NZ$790 million redevelopment Newmarket well underway, with the NZ$790 million redevelopment set to be theislargest project being undertaken in Australasia, by set to beGroup. the largest project being undertaken in Australasia, by Scentre Scentre Group. met, including ongoing basalt rock blasting to allow further excavation. The steel structural met, including basaltretailers rock blasting allow further excavation. Thehas steel structural framing, whichongoing will feature such to Farmers and Event Cinemas, already been framing,on which Farmers Event Cinemas, hasand already beendestination. erected one will site,feature givingretailers shape tosuch what will beand a world-class retail lifestyle erected on one site, giving shape to what will be a world-class retail and lifestyle destination.


Upon completion, over 33 Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of excavation will have been removed to make way for When it opens late 2019, the new living and 2,770 new car parking spaces.

shopping with movies, bars, dining, entertainment and gyms all under the one

As scheduled, a second crane was erected

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on site earlier this month, symbolising the next stage of construction. This coincides with the main part of demolition nearing completion and structures start to appear

providing not only a new benchmark in

up out of the ground on both sites that

lifestyle and retail destinations, but also

will be joined by an aerobridge to form the

an exceptional leisure and hospitality experience.

RIGHT: Construction is well under way and on-track at Westfield Newmarket.


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CIVIC & ARTS CATEGORY Projects in this dynamic category can range from courthouses and cathedrals, through to libraries and correctional facilities. .With multiple parties to please and appease, complex compliancy issues, and public scrutiny to contend with, category entrants work hard to earn their place. This year sees an exciting array of projects from some of the country’s leading centres, as well as a popular coastal area.

+ MANUKAU BUS STATION Corner of Davies Avenue and Putney Way, Auckland

The distinctive repeating ‘kite’ roof forms of Manukau bus station enclose a large and open central concourse, providing facility provides a quality passenger experience, which is accessible to all users. OWNER, DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER AUCKLAND TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION NZ STRONG ARCHITECT BECA, COX ARCHITECTURE SERVICES ENGINEER, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL OTHER CONSULTANTS MARSHALL DAY ACOUSTICS, SANDERS DESIGN

+ THE SALVATION ARMY CHRISTCHURCH CITY WORSHIP AND COMMUNITY CENTRE 853 Colombo Street, Christchurch and the community are using the new centre in ways that previous facilities could not support. OWNER, DEVELOPER THE SALVATION ARMY CHRISTCHURCH CONSTRUCTION, PROJECT MANAGER ARROW INTERNATIONAL (NZ) ARCHITECT DALMAN ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER AIRTECH MECHANICAL ENGINEER GHD STRUCTURAL ENGINEER LEWIS BRADFORD QUANTITY SURVEYOR AECOM OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL: COSGROVES; FIRE: COSGROVES; ACOUSTIC: ENGINEERING SERVICES

+ BISHOP SELWYN CHAPEL AND ST MARY’S CHURCH 446 Parnell Road, Auckland

The chapel’s spaces are collected beneath a sculptural, gilded ceiling plane. The sweeping rise of the roof and interconnecting spaces ensure the visibility of St Mary’s, which is considered one of Auckland’s great Gothic revival timber buildings. The 1860s church has also been upgraded as part of the project.

OWNER, DEVELOPER ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF AUCKLAND CONSTRUCTION ASPEC CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT FEARON HAY ARCHITECTS SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER MOTT MACDONALD STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING QUANTITY SURVEYOR MALTBY AND PARTNERS PROJECT MANAGER MPM PROJECTS OTHER CONSULTANTS DAVE HERITAGE ARCHITECTS, HOLMES FIRE

+ DUNEDIN LAW COURTS 1 Stuart Street, Dunedin

This heritage project breathes life into the courts, which were built between 1900 and 1902. Following the September

underutilised heritage building to bring it up to current codes and optimise its use as a court. OWNER MINISTRY OF JUSTICE CONSTRUCTION AMALGAMATED BUILDERS ARCHITECT, SERVICES ENGINEER, MECHANICAL ENGINEER STEPHENSON AND TURNER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AURECON QUANTITY SURVEYOR PHC PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS HERITAGE ARCHITECT: IAN BOWMAN

+ ELLEN MELVILLE CENTRE AND FREYBERG SQUARE 2 Freyberg Place, Auckland

This project has strategically delivered an inner city upgrade on three fronts with the restoration, refurbishment and seismic upgrade of the heritage Ellen Melville Centre building, the continuation of the central city shared spaces in Courthouse Lane and the re-visioning of Freyberg Place in the heart of Auckland City. OWNER, DEVELOPER AUCKLAND COUNCIL CONSTRUCTION JFC ARCHITECTS ISTHMUS, STEVENS LAWSON SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER ECUBED STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR STELLAR PROJECTS PROJECT MANAGER MPM PROJECTS OTHER CONSULTANTS HERITAGE ARCHITECTS: MATTHEWS AND MATTHEWS; ARTISTS: JOHN REYNOLDS, LISA REIHANA AND GRAHAM TIPENE


+ LICHFIELD CAR PARK

MAP Architects have sought to design a quality, aesthetically pleasing parking building, with a high degree of openness and engagement within the public realm. Central to the arrangement is the idea that users of the building can see and be seen throughout the building. OWNER, DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL CONSTRUCTION, QUANTITY SURVEYOR CLEARWATER CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT + MAP SERVICES ENGINEER ELECCOM STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DHC CONSULTING MECHANICAL ENGINEER BEATTIE GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR CLEARWATER CONSTRUCTION

+ MATUKU TAKOTAKO: SUMNER CENTRE

This striking building houses a library, community centre and museum. It draws inspiration from the coastal landscape and incorporates natural timber and architectural features from the previous Sumner Community Centre and Museum. OWNER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL CONSTRUCTION ARMITAGE WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ATHFIELD ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER, MECHANICAL ENGINEER MOTT MACDONALD STRUCTURAL ENGINEER QUOIN STRUCTURAL CONSULTANTS QUANTITY SURVEYOR AECOM PROJECT MANAGER THE BUILDING INTELLIGENCE GROUP OTHER CONSULTANTS OLSSON FIRE AND RISK, PLANZ CONSULTANTS ACOUSTIC ENGINEERING SERVICES

+ PACIFIC COAST VILLAGE BEACH HOUSE 210 Maranui Street, Papamoa Village and its 220 villas. The 1900-square-metre multipurpose building features a restaurant, café, bar and cinema. .

OWNER, PROJECT MANAGER PACIFIC COAST VILLAGE DEVELOPER GENERUS LIVING GROUP CONSTRUCTION C3 CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT SUMICH CHAPLIN ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER, MECHANICAL ENGINEER COSGROVES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BROWN AND THOMSON ENGINEERS QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL

+ THE DAVID O. MCKAY STAKE AND CULTURAL EVENTS CENTRE 509 Tuhikaramea Road, Temple View, Hamilton This 4000-square-metre multi-use community building for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints incorporates a chapel, cultural hall, teaching blocks and administration space. OWNER, DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS CONSTRUCTION LIVINGSTONE BUILDING ARCHITECT WALKER COMMUNITY ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER, MECHANICAL ENGINEER STEVENSON AND TURNER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR EMMIT CONSULTANTS OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEER: CANDOR3; LANDSCAPING: KAURI PARK NURSERIES; LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS: GREENWOOD ASSOCIATES; ECOLOGY: FRESHWATER ASSOCIATES; ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING: FOCUS ENVIRONMENTAL

+ JUSTICE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES PRECINCT

The Justice and Emergency Services Precinct is a major project in the Christchurch rebuild and articulates the design vision and aspirations in the Recovery Plan. The $340 million precinct is the largest multi-agency government co-location project in New Zealand history, housing eight justice and emergency services agencies. OWNER, DEVELOPER MINISTRY OF JUSTICE CONSTRUCTION FLETCHER CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WARREN AND MAHONEY, OPUS ARCHITECTURE AND COX ARCHITECTURE SERVICES ENGINEER WSP OPUS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP MECHANICAL ENGINEER BENMAX NEW ZEALAND QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS SOFT FITOUT: VIDAK

+ OBJECTSPACE 13 Rose Road, Ponsonby, Auckland withing a tight programme and budget, a 1980s warehouse has been transformed to accommodate the gallery. With the OWNER A AND S PROPERTIES DEVELOPER OBJECTSPACE CHARITABLE TRUST CONSTRUCTION AXIOM PROJECTS ARCHITECT RTA STUDIO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BONACCI GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL OTHER CONSULTANTS PLANNER: BROWN AND COMPANY; FUNDRAISER: BROWNBREAD

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ife by the beach in this world-class, resort-style retirement

Coast Village in Tauranga. As well as relaxing in their individual villas by the sea, they can now take advantage of the brand-new Beach House, a community hub designed with their every need in mind. The elegant lodge-style building has a generous 1900-squaremetre footprint and is in perfect harmony with its coastal setting After a day strolling on the beach, residents can opt to dine at

50-seat cinema. There’s also a well-stocked bar where people can The attention to detail and residents’ needs doesn’t stop there. The hair salon and craft and activity rooms.


The Beach House community hub at Village in Tauranga.

The Beach House is designed to reect the coastal environment, with a feeling of understated beach elegance. The design incorporates deep timber balconies with sliding doors to let the outdoors in. Generous eaves and stylish shutters keep out the heat during the height of summer. not just in New Zealand but in Australasia – its Coast Village has been in popular demand as a residence.

Graham Wilkinson, the director of Generus Living Group (the developer), says the speed of growth and level of interest in the Bay of Plenty retirement village has been phenomenal. The $10 million Beach House addition was initially inspired by the work of American architect Howard Backen, who has earned international acclaim for his designs for private residences, wineries, restaurants and resorts. The new complex was

The $10 million development was designed by Auckland architects Sumich Chaplin.

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The Beach House imparts lodge-like elegance. Timber balconies with slider doors let the outdoors in, while stylish shutters keep out the heat in the height of summer.

designed by award-winning Auckland architects Sumich Chaplin, who have created some of New Zealand’s most striking upscale residences and lodges. “We use architects who are better known for large houses and resorts for our village buildings, to ensure a feeling that’s more akin to an upscale resort than a retirement village,” says Graham. with a feeling of understated elegance. Coast Village,” says Graham. “Together with the village’s 250-metre beach boardwalk, international-sized bowling green, 25-metre swimming pool and Summer House community pavilion, the new facilities will ensure that we can cater for every resident’s needs, both now and in the future.” The village was built by C3 Construction, an Auckland-based company, which invested in a team of like-minded industry professionals to complete the project. “Our approach was really about building a team that could see the vision our client was trying to realise,” says Tamati Parker, a director at C3 Construction. “Everyone involved in the project really bought into the quality vision that Generus had and owned it for themselves. There was an amazing amount of pride in the work being done, and it was awesome to be a part of it.” quality of the project. “The high-end nature of the building is evident in its overall form, with a steep roof pitch, chimneys and



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The luxuriously appointed 50-seat cinema is one of the many facilities at the beach house.

unparalleled in commercial construction,” says Tamati. As well as using recycled timber where applicable, the company implemented site-based initiatives including waste separation and industry practices. On entering the beach house, it’s clear that the interiors have been thoughtfully designed to parallel the quality of the build. natural light. Exposed timber beams feature in circulation and transition areas and timber rafters and trusses add to the lodgelike quality in the social spaces. Muted beachy tones are warmed by blues, greys and subtle notes of mustard – all superbly lit by task and area lighting.

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The Christchurch Salvation Army’s new headquarters is fast becoming a hub for the local community. The spacious auditorium (above left), was designed to comfortably seat 350 worshippers.


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Symbolism is alive and well in the new worship and community centre, which was designed by Dalman Architects in the shape of a cross.

he Salvation Army wanted its post-earthquake Christchurch headquarters to welcome people back into the inner city with warmth and love, and the Christian organisation’s new purpose-built City Corps complex does that and more. Realising nine years of vision and planning with construction company Arrow International, the Christchurch City Worship and Community Centre is fast becoming an iconic building on Colombo Street. It’s already a fantastic resource for The Salvation Army’s many worship, outreach, fellowship and support activities. While the earthquakes meant seven years of relocation and the Salvation Army’s services being sorely missed, the new permanent home, which centralises services, is bringing a sense of wellbeing back to the post-quake city. Featuring a modern, minimalist design based on the shape

facilities could not support. For example, far from the new auditorium being an exclusive citadel, the New Zealand Army band recorded its last album there. In conceiving the building, Dalman Architects paid careful attention to urban design principles, and also to the spiritual needs of the organisation and the wider needs of the community. They determined that the Christian cross would be the central design device for the site plan and that it would provide the main circulation spine throughout the building. The cross not only speaks to the Salvation Army’s spiritual vision and belief system, but also supports the functional need

class 350-seat auditorium, a large multi-purpose hall and a commercial kitchen. This combination of spaces allows The Salvation Army and the wider community to use the new centre in ways the previous

Visibility from the street was also a critical design element. The Salvation Army wanted plenty of glass so passersby can see inside and be attracted into the premises, particularly at night when the interior is lit up.

The spacious worship hall takes prominence on the Colombo

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Bespoke fabricated steel trusses were designed to support the curved ceiling in the worship area.

Special attention had to be paid to seismic issues during the $13.5 million build and the resource consent process was lengthy and, at times, challenging. The complex is made up of two structures, which are separated for seismic reasons. The building also features such devices as special joints to allow for seismic movement without compromising aesthetics, and bespoke fabricated steel trusses designed to support the curved ceiling in the worship area. The Salvation Army has a long-standing relationship with Arrow International and has relied on Arrow’s partnership and expertise the evolving needs of the communities they serve.

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LAW, ORDER AND GOOD DESIGN

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Emergency Services Precinct has consolidated the city’s police and emergency response functions into one cutting-edge facility. The Precinct is a major post-earthquake build, bringing together the Ministry of Justice, Police, Department of Corrections, Fire and Emergency New Zealand, St John New Zealand, Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management and Christchurch City Council’s civil defence and emergency arm. Stretching across 43,000 square metres in the central city block

to the client of $340 million – the Precinct articulates the design vision and aspirations of the Recovery Plan developed following the devastating 2010 and 2011 earthquakes. Entered in the Civic and Arts category, it’s the largest multiagency government co-location project in New Zealand’s history. Designed to be the nerve centre for Canterbury’s management


Christchurch’s new combined police and emergency services building is a thing of beauty.

of major emergencies, it’s built to a seismic resilience Importance Level 4 standard and can be operational soon after a disastrous event. At the centre of the complex is an open square with landscaping and informal seating. The law court building represents a departure from the ‘defensiveness’ of the facilities it replaces, with a new level of openness, light and accessibility. The material palette of bronzed aluminium, basalt, limestone, glass and timber lends civic weight in a contemporary way. Lead architects Warren and Mahoney worked on the project, with Opus Architecture and Cox Architecture. The narratives, histories and aspirations of Ngāi Tahu/Ngāi Tuahuriri artists are also woven into the design.

CHRISTCHURCH JUSTICE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES PRECINCT 20 LICHFIELD STREET, CHRISTCHURCH OWNER MINISTRY OF JUSTICE DEVELOPER MINISTRY OF JUSTICE CONSTRUCTION FLETCHER CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WARREN AND MAHONEY, OPUS ARCHITECTURE AND COX ARCHITECTURE SERVICES ENGINEER WSP OPUS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP MECHANICAL ENGINEER OPUS QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS SOFT FITOUT: VIDAK PHOTOGRAPHY DENNIS RADERMACHER, LIGHTFORGE

into the Precinct atrium through a multitude of windows.

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MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL CATEGORY + NORTH WEST QUARTER – KENSINGTON PARK Landmark Terrace, Auckland

The North West Quarter is a precinct of three apartment buildings in Kensington Park. Featuring stunning sea, bush and garden views, residents in every apartment enjoy spacious, well-appointed homes with generous decks.

OWNER, DEVELOPER KENSINGTON PARK HOLDINGS CONSTRUCTION WOODVIEW CONSTRUCTION (TUI POINT AND THE FERNS); HUGHES CONSTRUCTION (SEA BREEZE) ARCHITECT SHANAHAN SERVICES ENGINEER ELECTRICAL AND DATA: ELECTRICAL CONSULTING SERVICES; HYDRAULIC: HSCNZ MECHANICAL ENGINEER THURSTON CONSULTING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER STEPHEN MITCHELL ENGINEERS QUANTITY SURVEYOR BARNES BEAGLEY DOHERR OTHER CONSULTANTS LANDSCAPE DESIGN: GREENSCENENZ; FIRE DESIGN: AURECON

+ ARIA APARTMENTS 11 Vinegar Lane, Auckland

Aria incorporates 20 boutique apartments and one commercial space. Built on just 382 square metres of land,

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+ CENTRO, SUGARTREE 27 Union Street, 145 Nelson Street, Auckland

SugarTree is a unique, multi-faceted development that brings together apartments, retail, entertainment and workspace. It’s a place for people to live, work, play and relax in the heart of Auckland city. The completion of the Centro building marks the second phase of development. OWNER, DEVELOPER LILY NELSON CENTRO CONSTRUCTION KALMAR CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BABBAGE SERVICES ENGINEER HSC, ECS MECHANICAL ENGINEER THURSTON CONSULTING QUANTITY SURVEYOR WT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT MANAGER GREENSTONE GROUP

+ FJORD CHALETS 27 Panorama Terrace, Queenstown

Four luxury 276-square-metre chalets in Queenstown are located on a 1923-square-metre site in a semi-ridge location, with spectacular views over Lake Wakatipu. Designed and constructed to the highest quality with a focus on the use of OWNER 29 PANORAMA TERRACE DEVELOPER URBAN COLLECTIVE CONSTRUCTION, PROJECT MANAGER SOLID BUILT HOME ARCHITECT BRAVE ARCHITECTS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MCCONAUGHY CONSULTING QUANTITY SURVEYOR MALTBYS

+ RAMADA SUITES ALBANY 7-9 Kaipiho Lane, Auckland new hotel on the North Shore in 10 years. Since opening, the hotel has had an average of 75 per cent occupancy. OWNER, DEVELOPER ALBANY TRUST COMPANY CONSTRUCTION SAFARI CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT STUDIO 37 SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER MARK ALEXANDER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ENOVATE QUANTITY SURVEYOR, PROJECT MANAGER SAFARI GROUP OTHER CONSULTANTS SOLICITORS: BURTON PARTNERS; RAMADA FRANCHISEE: CROWN GROUP

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+ RICHMOND (STAGE 1) 33 Panama Road, Auckland

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Richmond is a master-planned, medium-density community emerging in Mt Wellington. Stage 1, a 27,255-square-metre site with 99 terrace homes is now complete. Richmond strives to set a leading example of living in the ‘new’ Auckland

a new benchmark in

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+ MILLWATER CENTRAL TERRACES 177 Millwater Parkway, Auckland

Broadway Property Group has delivered a high-quality mixed-use complex incorporating 12 ground-level retail units and 37 terrace homes in its second stage at Millwater Central. Broadway’s strategy in developing a mixed-use complex OWNER MILLWATER CENTRAL DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER BROADWAY PROPERTY GROUP CONSTRUCTION COOK BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT JULIAN GUTHRIE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SULLIVAN HALL QUANTITY SURVEYOR KWANTO


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+ THE FOUNDRIES 61 Wellington Street, Auckland

Built hard against State Highway 1, The Foundries is a medium-density housing solution within Auckland’s intensifying residential market. The development is situated on a 2400-square-metre triangular site in Freemans Bay and consists of 19 townhouses, which are broken into two primary building types – ‘Lofts’ and ‘Bolts’. OWNER, DEVELOPER FINSTAR DEVELOPMENT, HUNTERMAN HINDMARSH CONSTRUCTION ASPEC CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT JASMAX SERVICES ENGINEER HSCNZ MECHANICAL ENGINEER THURSTON CONSULTING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BG T S TRUC T URES QUANTITY SURVEYOR WHITE A SSOCI ATES PROJECT MANAGER A JS CONSULTING

+ WHAKAWHITI LOOP 1 Trent Street, Auckland

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+ HEREFORD RESIDENCES 8 Hereford Street, Auckland

The Hereford Residences inject new life into an unloved building, heralding a new era in the Auckland luxury apartment market. The development combines urban, contemporary living with architectural prowess.

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A Brand New Community.

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+ SALE STREET APARTMENTS 52-54 Sale Street, Auckland


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IN RESIDENCE

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hat’s not to love about living in a former camping ground on the Hibiscus Coast and in a brand-new apartment in one of three new buildings that blend seamlessly with the landscape? The residents already living in the seaside community of Kensington Park get to welcome new friends with the completion of the North West Quarter. Designed by Shanahan Architects and entered in two awards categories – Multi-Unit Residential and Urban Land Developments – the quarter was designed to be a community within a larger community. It is now an integral part of the 16-hectare Kensington Park site, which is 500 metres from Orewa Beach and adjacent to a 16-hectare native bush reserve. The three buildings – called Seabreeze, Tui Point and The Ferns – comprise 76 light, airy and breezy apartments, all of which have large decks and enjoy stunning sea, bush or garden views. They showcase intense urban living in a park-like setting and allow for that all-important sense of community and space,


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Built on a former campground, Kensington Park bush and sea views.

to connect residents with communal outdoor areas, the buildings are set into the hillsides, which has enabled hidden basement areas used predominantly for parking. The entire Kensington Park neighbourhood is consented for 840 freehold homes, and was modelled after the timeless Cape Cod/Plantation style of house. While the new North West Quarter buildings follow the same architectural principles as earlier buildings, they are themed along the lines of traditional New Zealand timber homes. The largescale use of this style of cladding is unusual for buildings of this size and required intensive design considerations – but combined with the earthy colour palette the look works brilliantly.

NORTH WEST QUARTER – KENSINGTON PARK LANDMARK DRIVE / PANORAMA HEIGHTS, OREWA OWNER KENSINGTON PARK HOLDINGS DEVELOPER KENSINGTON PARK HOLDINGS CONSTRUCTION TUI AND THE FERNS: WOODVIEW CONSTRUCTION; SEABREEZE: HUGHES CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT SHANAHAN ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER ELECTRICAL AND DATA: ELECTRICAL CONSULTING SERVICES; HYDRAULIC: HSCNZ STRUCTURAL ENGINEER STEPHEN MITCHELL ENGINEERS MECHANICAL ENGINEER THURSTON CONSULTING QUANTITY SURVEYOR BARNES BEAGLEY DOHERR PROJECT MANAGER NII OTHER CONSULTANTS LANDSCAPE DESIGN: GREENSCENE NZ; FIRE DESIGN: AURECON PHOTOGRAPHY SEAN MCCABE

For the residents, the seaside creature comforts in a community atmosphere.


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LIFE IS SWEET

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irst there was the primo Prima Building and now the fabulous

SugarTree’s latest apartment building for stylish inner-city living is replete with a rooftop terrace that takes in sweeping views of the Auckland City skyline, all the way across the sparkling waters of the Waitemata Harbour and beyond the Harbour Bridge to the distant North Shore. The Centro, entered in the Multi-Unit Residential category, is part of SugarTree’s multi-faceted development, which brings together apartments, retail, entertainment and work space. The SugarTree development, which consists of the Prima, Centro and Altro blocks, has been dubbed an urban village. Designed as a place to live, work, play and relax, it’s set between Nelson and Union Streets, in the heart of one of the Southern Hemisphere’s fastest-growing cities. Centro’s completion marks the second phase of the SugarTree development.


The rooftop garden of the new Centro apartment building in Auckland is perfect for star-gazing.

Centro is home to 259 one-bedroom, twobedroom and three-bedroom apartments, as well as an impressive 19 penthouses, each with their own courtyard. There are eight commercial and area and a preschool – all part of the rejuvenation of the city’s upper Victoria Quarter. For inspiration, SugarTree designers looked to some of the world’s most dynamic cities – from the loft living of New York’s Soho to quaint, colonial Tiong Bahru in Singapore, where old-style meets hipster central. According to Babbage architects, SugarTree was

constructed in the CBD since the Global Financial Crisis. They say it signalled the start of a wider boost in construction across the city. The Auckland development sits in a golden triangle between Ponsonby, Grey Lynn and district. It’s within easy walking and cycling distance of many of the city’s main attractions – just minutes from the SkyCity Casino, the shopping hub of Queen Street and the city’s waterfront. With Auckland University on the doorstep and many other education facilities within easy reach, life at the SugarTree will be easy for the 2000 or so people expected to eventually live in this new

Inner-city living means residents’ needs are within easy reach.

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The rooftop bar at Centro SugarTree boasts city-wide views.

urban community, from young professionals and students to empty nesters and families. The development will attract people who want to live somewhere special, with everything an exciting The new Centro building is part of SugarTree Lane, which contours around the edge and under the SugarTree Development. With three apartment blocks on a tight L-shaped site, the site and the complex footprint of the blocks wasn’t without challenges – but the end result is a superb place to live.

CENTRO SUGARTREE 27 UNION STREET / 145 NELSON STREET, AUCKLAND OWNER LILY NELSON DEVELOPER LILY NELSON CONSTRUCTION KALMAR CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT BABBAGE SERVICES ENGINEER HSC AND ECS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BABBAGE MECHANICAL ENGINEER THURSTON CONSULTING QUANTITY SURVEYOR WT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT MANAGER GREENSTONE GROUP PHOTOGRAPHY PATRICK REYNOLDS


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The architects of this medium-density housing in the Auckland suburb of Mt Wellington have ensured residents don’t feel like they are living on top of each other.


A SENSE OF COMMUNITY

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ichmond in Mt Wellington is an architecturally designed, medium-density housing development that aims to bring people together with an ease of living as the city grows. Stage One is a master-planned community of terraces, and an entrant in the Multi-Unit Residential and Urban Land Developments categories.

cohesively master-planned community – hosts 99 completed terrace homes set among shared streets and two pocket parks. The developers, Wilshire Group, saw the project as an opportunity to set a leading example of what living can be in the ‘new’ Auckland. The stylish modern homes in Stage One show that quality need not be compromised by the higher density demands a community-driven lifestyle in a central suburb location. city and is well-served by transport connections, retail facilities and employment opportunities. Stage One, which was completed late weather tightness guarantees to give residents peace of mind. All the homes, which are on freehold titles, have sustainability factored

At Richmond, the white picket fence dream can be accessed by many not

into their construction, including passive solar design and double glazing, LED lighting, water-conserving plumbing, natural ventilation and even an electric car charger for every home. In medium-density housing, designing spaces that accommodate people living near each other but not on top of each other is a key requirement. Richmond achieves this with contemporary the pocket parks, residents will share herb gardens, facilities and events. And more is to come. Another six stages will see 600 homes added to this burgeoning community over the next four years. RICHMOND STAGE ONE 33 PANAMA ROAD, MT WELLINGTON, AUCKLAND OWNER WILSHIRE RYBURN DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPER WILSHIRE GROUP CONSTRUCTION CAPRI CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT BREWER DAVIDSON STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BROWN AND THOMSON QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTONS PROJECT MANAGER WILSHIRE GROUP OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEER: MAVEN CONSULTING PHOTOGRAPHY SAMPFORD CATHIE

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FAMILY FRIENDLY

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housing in Avondale, Auckland, has been a dream come true for many resident, low-income families. Whakawhiti Loop shows how, through vision and partnership, living well can become a reality for people who have been trapped in Auckland’s tough rental market.

Street) are entered in the Multi-Unit Residential category, which includes apartments, hotels and retirement facilities. The Housing Foundation is a charitable trust with the goal of disadvantaged individuals and families. For the Avondale project, it partnered with Auckland Council’s property arm Panuku, which owned the bare land, to develop 33 new houses across a range time home buyers — and go way beyond the provision of small, built at Whakawhiti Loop are predominantly substantial three-,


The street lights at Whakawhiti Loop are powered by solar and wind generation.

Leaving development margins in the houses the Foundation is able to assist households through its shared ownership and rental products to pathway people from renting to ownership. The Whakawhiti development of two- and threestorey, terrace-style dwellings shows how to design and deliver medium-density living within a community environment, but without the concerns that high density brings. The development was designed using Place Making Principles, which establishment of a residents’ association to help build community.

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The masterplan enabled a balance between providing sunny aspects for all homes, privacy, and also good connectivity.

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Environmentally passive design elements helped achieve a 6-Star Homestar rating.


REACHING NEW HEIGHTS

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he Aria Apartments are an exciting example of urban redevelopment and medium-density living. Located in the heart of Ponsonby, one of Auckland’s most desirable suburbs, Aria sits on the site of the former DYC Vinegar company. TOA Architects worked with Legacy Property to achieve the unique design that challenges New Zealanders’ mindset of what a home should be. Twenty boutique one- and two-bedroom apartments are now contained on a site the size of a typical Ponsonby villa section. The narrow streetscape called for careful consideration of the façade articulation. The geometric curtain wall, inspired by

apartments, while creating dynamic interior spaces. “The modular façade had to reconcile split levels, stringent energy ‘noise’ to the neighbouring occupants,” says Nicholas Dalton, director of TOA Architects. In contrast, the deep reveals of the balconies open up the living spaces to engage with the laneways below. The opportunity to utilise 100 per cent of the site area was abandoned in favour of embedding a light well with a vertical

TOA Architects has addressed the site’s unique constraints and designed a building that beautifully meshes with the urban fabric.

garden deep within the building. A PV array on the roof generates enough energy to power much of the common-area lighting and vehicle turntable in the basement. The build had its complexities, says Q Commercial director building an apartment block twice the size in half the time,” he says. “The team is particularly proud of bringing together a challenging of the tight Vinegar Lane area with multiple builds overlapping.”

ARIA APARTMENTS 11 VINEGAR LANE, PONSONBY, AUCKLAND DEVELOPER LEGACY PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION Q COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT TOA ARCHITECTS SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER ECUBED STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MARKPLAN CONSULTING OTHER CONSULTANTS INTERIOR DESIGNER: SONYA COTTER; HOMESTAR CONSULTANTS: ALEXANDER AND CO; APARTMENT STAGING: ST CLEMENTS PHOTOGRAPHY SAM HARTNETT

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HERITAGE & ADAPTIVE CATEGORY place in the contemporary landscape. Entries may include the renewal of historic precincts, heritage or adaptive reuse of existing buildings and conservation projects that have been approached with intelligence by the parties involved.

+ QBE CENTRE, 125 QUEEN STREET 125 Queen Street, Auckland in mid-2017. The landmark building in the heart of the Auckland CBD consists of 17,000 square metres of premium OWNER SPECIAL SITUATIONS ASSETS DEVELOPER WINTON PARTNERS CONSTRUCTION DOMINION CONSTRUCTORS ARCHITECT ALEXANDER & CO, MARCHESE PARTNERS SERVICES, MECHANICAL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS AURECON QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTONS PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGER GREENSTONE GROUP

+ 94-96 QUEEN STREET 94-96 Queen Street, Auckland The redevelopment has been conducted with great care, with no visible external trace of the building having being seismically upgraded. OWNER ASEAN PROPERTIES CONSTRUCTION WAIDE COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT STUDIO 360 SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER 22 DEGREES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER EQSTRUC QUANTITY SURVEYOR KWANTO PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC

+ AIR NEW ZEALAND AIRPORT CAMPUS

OWNER, DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER AIR NEW ZEALAND CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION (STAGE 1), COOK BROTHERS (STAGE 1A) ARCHITECT ECLIPSE ARCHITECTURE SERVICES ENGINEER BECA MECHANICAL ENGINEER ECONOMECH STRUCTURAL ENGINEER THORBURN ENGINEERS QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL OTHER CONSULTANTS MARSHALL DAY

+ BISHOP SELWYN CHAPEL AND ST MARY’S CHURCH 446 Parnell Road, Auckland

The spaces of the chapel are collected beneath a sculptural gold gilded ceiling plane. The sweeping rise of the roof and interconnecting spaces ensure the clear visibility of St Mary’s, which is an 1860s church upgraded as part of the project and considered one of Auckland’s great Gothic Revival timber buildings. OWNER, DEVELOPER ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF AUCKLAND CONSTRUCTION ASPEC CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT FEARON HAY ARCHITECTS SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER MOTT MACDONALD STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR MALTBY AND PARTNERS PROJECT MANAGER MPM PROJECTS OTHER CONSULTANTS DAVE HERITAGE ARCHITECTS, HOLMES FIRE

+ CHRIST’S COLLEGE KITCHEN TOWER RESTORATION 33 Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch

The Kitchen Tower Restoration is a compact heritage project involving demolition, structural upgrade works and restoration of heritage features. The existing building dovetails with a new build extension to cover 501.20m 2 at the heart OWNER / DEVELOPER CHRIST’S COLLEGE BOARD OF GOVERNORS CONSTRUCTION NAYLOR LOVE CANTERBURY ARCHITECT WILKIE & BRUCE ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER / MECHANICAL ENGINEER POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR RAWLINSONS PROJECT MANAGER ONE FOUR OTHER CONSULTANTS PROGRAMMER: WOODS HARRIS


This heritage project breathes life into the Dunedin Law Courts, which were built between 1900 and 1902. Following the

underutilised heritage building, bringing it up to code and optimising its purpose. OWNER MINISTRY OF JUSTICE CONSTRUCTION AMALGAMATED BUILDERS ARCHITECT, SERVICES ENGINEER AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER STEPHENSON AND TURNER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AURECON QUANTITY SURVEYOR PHC PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS HERITAGE ARCHITECT: IAN BOWMAN

+ ELLEN MELVILLE CENTRE AND FREYBERG SQUARE 2 Freyberg Place, Auckland

This project strategically and cleverly delivers an inner-city upgrade with the restoration, refurbishment and seismic improvement of the heritage Ellen Melville Centre building. OWNER, DEVELOPER AUCKLAND COUNCIL CONSTRUCTION JFC ARCHITECT ISTHMUS AND STEVENS LAWSON ARCHITECTS SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS ECUBED BUILDING WORKSHOP STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR STELLAR PROJECTS PROJECT MANAGER MPM PROJECTS OTHER CONSULTANTS HERITAGE ARCHITECTS: MATTHEWS AND MATTHEWS; ARTISTS: JOHN REYNOLDS, LISA REIHANA, GRAHAM TIPENE

+ HEREFORD RESIDENCES 8 Hereford Street, Auckland

The Hereford Residences development injects new life into an unloved building, heralding a new era in Auckland’s luxury apartment market. The project combines contemporary urban living with architectural prowess. OWNER, DEVELOPER TAWERA GROUP CONSTRUCTION NAYLOR LOVE ARCHITECT PAUL BROWN ARCHITECT SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 22 DEGREES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BGT STRUCTURES QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTONS PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGER BECA OTHER CONSULTANTS INTERIOR DESIGNER: JOSEPHINE DESIGN

+ MELANESIAN MISSION 40-44 Tamaki Drive, Auckland

This 1325-square-metre waterfront property at Auckland’s Mission Bay showcases history, heritage and architectural excellence, combining mid-19th century craftsmanship with 21st-century innovation. The new restaurant building and restoration of the stone building enhance public engagement within this protected park setting. OWNER, DEVELOPER HERITAGE NEW ZEALAND POUHERE TAONGA CONSTRUCTION N COLE ARCHITECT HERBST ARCHITECTS, SALMOND REED ARCHITECTS SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS WSP OPUS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MITCHELL VRANJES, SULLIVAN HALL QUANTITY SURVEYOR BARNES BEAGLEY DOHERR PROJECT MANAGER PRAGMATIX

+ MONA VALE HOMESTEAD 40 Mona Vale Avenue, Christchurch

Mona Vale Homestead is a gracious 670-square-metre revival-style homestead, surrounded by 5.5 hectares of Englishand has been repaired, strengthened and restored. OWNER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL CONSTRUCTION SIMON CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT TONY USSHER HERITAGE AND CONSERVATION ARCHITECT SERVICES ENGINEER CALTEC ELECTRICAL, ELECCOM DESIGN, STRUCTURAL CONCEPTS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER STRUCTURAL CONCEPTS PROJECT MANAGER INSIGHT UNLIMITED 2002

+ SIGN OF THE KIWI 1700 Summit Road, Christchurch earthquakes and has been repaired, strengthened and restored to stand proud in its original glory. The iconic building currently operates as a cafe that services walkers, bikers and sightseeing tourists. OWNER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL CONSTRUCTION COOK BROTHERS ARCHITECT TONY USSHER HERITAGE AND CONSERVATION ARCHITECT SERVICES ENGINEER ELECCOM, ENLIGHTENED SOLUTIONS PROJECT MANAGER INSIGHT UNLIMITED 2002

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Many apartments in the Hereford Residences have sweeping harbour and city views.


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n “old, unloved” building had something fantastic going for it – panoramic and breathtaking views across Auckland.

Once home to Telecom, the building has been transformed into luxury apartments.

development and market awareness, setting new standards in boutique apartment development, with projects gathering awards and recognition in New Zealand and around the world.

transformed into lavish apartments with stunning views that take the eye as far as the North Shore City and out to the Waitakere Ranges. From the superb location, outstanding design, amenities and views, there’s much to love here. The Hereford Residences by the award-winning Tawera Group are crafted by Naylor Love. The

a 20-storey mixed-use development, including 14 storeys of luxury Naylor Love’s involvement in the pre-construction phase led to the team identifying strategies to overcome potential issues with buildability, programme and procurement of materials. This, along with their solutions-focussed, collaborative approach, contributed to the smooth-running of the build, which includes a library/billiard The building was stripped back and its existing steel structure was strengthened to meet current seismic standards and enable Tawera’s commitment to innovation, urban integrity, community

HEREFORD RESIDENCES 8 HEREFORD STREET, AUCKLAND OWNER TAWERA GROUP DEVELOPER TAWERA GROUP CONSTRUCTION NAYLOR LOVE ARCHITECT PAUL BROWN ARCHITECT SERVICES ENGINEER 22 DEGREES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BGT STRUCTURES MECHANICAL ENGINEER 22 DEGREES QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTONS PROJECT MANAGER GREG YEO OTHER CONSULTANTS INTERIOR DESIGNER: JOSEPHINE DESIGN

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COMMERCIAL OFFICE CATEGORY + TE AUAHA NZ INSTITUTE OF CREATIVITY (THE CUBA DIXON REDEVELOPMENT) 65 Dixon Street, Wellington This six-storey mixed-use building is a versatile commercial space; a cornerstone for the transformation of Cuba Quarter. OWNER TOLSTER INVESTMENTS (CUBA DIXON REDEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP – DURING CONSTRUCTION) DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER WILLIS BOND & CO CONSTRUCTION LT MCGUINNESS ARCHITECT ATHFIELD ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER CORA ASSOCIATES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DUNNING THORNTON CORA ASSOCIATES QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL

+ PITA TE HORI CENTRE, KING EDWARD BARRACK 48 Hereford Street, Christchurch OWNER, DEVELOPER NGĀI TAHU PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS SI, SOUTHBASE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WARREN AND MAHONEY SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS AND AURECON (SEPARATE BUILDINGS) STRUCTURAL ENGINEER LEWIS BRADFORD AND AURECON (SEPARATE BUILDINGS) QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS PLANNING, URBAN DESIGN: RESOURCE MANAGEMENT GROUP; PROGRAMMING: WOODS HARRIS

+ QBE CENTRE 125 Queen Street, Auckland and 4300 square metres of retail and amenity space on a 2020-square-metre site. OWNER SPECIAL SITUATIONS ASSETS DEVELOPER WINTON PARTNERS CONSTRUCTION DOMINION CONSTRUCTORS ARCHITECT ALEXANDER AND CO, MARCHESE PARTNERS SERVICES, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AURECON QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTONS PROJECT MANAGER GREENSTONE GROUP

+ 12 MADDEN STREET 12 Madden Street, Auckland

On a 1802-square-metre site, this development is a remarkable six-storey, 8720-square-metre commercial building. OWNER PRECINCT PROPERTIES NEW ZEALAND DEVELOPER PRECINCT PROPERTIES WYNYARD CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WARREN AND MAHONEY SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER MOTT MACDONALD NEW ZEALAND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER BECA OTHER CONSULTANTS ASSET INFORMATION MANAGEMENT: BECA; BUILDING COMMISSIONING: PACIFIC COMMISSIONING AND COORDINATION

+ 44 THE TERRACE 44 The Terrace, Wellington

OWNER, DEVELOPER KIWI PROPERTY GROUP CONSTRUCTION LT MCGUINNESS ARCHITECT WORKSPACE ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HARRISON GRIERSON MECHANICAL ENGINEER ADVANCED BUILDING SERVICES QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS HOLMES FIRE

+ HONDA NEW ZEALAND HEAD OFFICE 455 Broadway, Newmarket, Auckland OWNER HONDA NEW ZEALAND CONSTRUCTION LEGACY CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT RESPOND ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER GRS CONSULTING ENGINEERS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER, QUANTITY SURVEYOR, PROJECT MANAGER PRENDOS NEW ZEALAND MECHANICAL ENGINEER JACKSONS ENGINEERING ADVISORS OTHER CONSULTANTS FIRE ENGINEER: PRENDOS NEW ZEALAND

+ GENESIS ENERGY 94 Bryce Street, Hamilton

OWNER DV BRYANT TRUST DEVELOPER DV BRYANT TRUST/FOSTER DEVELOP JV CONSTRUCTION FOSTER CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT EDWARDS WHITE ARCHITECT SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BCD GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTON PARTNERS PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGER GREENSTONE GROUP

+ MINISTRY FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRIES 17 Maurice Wilson Avenue, Auckland storage facilities and a 4000-square-metre dog kennel and training facility. OWNER, DEVELOPER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION MACRENNIE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WILLIAMS ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER ELECTRICAL CONSULTING SERVICES MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAY CONSULTING QUANTITY SURVEYOR CUESKO PROJECT MANAGER N-COMPASS OTHER CONSULTANTS SPRINKLER ENGINEER: PROTECH DESIGN


The quality, sustainable design includes services diversity for Transpower’s critical services. OWNER 22 BOULCOTT DEVELOPER CHEOPS HOLDINGS CONSTRUCTION MCKEE FEHL CONSTRUCTORS ARCHITECT ARCHITECTURE + STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BECA MECHANICAL ENGINEER COR ASSOCIATES OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL SERVICES ENGINEER: BLACKYARD ENGINEERING; FIRE SERVICES ENGINEER: HOLMES FIRE; HYDRAULIC ENGINEER: PACIFIC CONSULTANTS; TENANT ARCHITECT: JASMAX

+ 48 EMPIRE STREET 48 Empire Street, Cambridge

This distinctive two-storey commercial building is on a 800-square-metre site with a building footprint of 850 square metres on two levels, providing 16 carparks and four tenancies in varying sizes. OWNER WOODHAVES TRUST DEVELOPER 2012 LIMITED CONSTRUCTION, QUANTITY SURVEYOR CONSTRUCTION ADVANTAGE ARCHITECT LAD ARCHITECTURE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BCD GROUP MECHANICAL ENGINEER ALL SEASONS AIR CONDITIONING OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: GLENVIEW ELECTRICAL

+ ALPINE ENERGY OFFICE BUILDING 24 Elginshire Street, Washdyke, Timaru OWNER, DEVELOPER ALPINE ENERGY CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECT THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER CHAPMAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER BRYN MARTIN QUANTITY SURVEYOR RAWLINSONS PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL: PLUNKET ELECTRICAL AND POWELL FENWICK; DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT LEAD DESIGNER: THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING; HYDRAULIC ENGINEER: BRYN MARTIN AND POWELL FENWICK; ACOUSTIC ENGINEER: PKA ACOUSTIC CONSULTING; STEEL CERTIFIERS: SOUTHERN QA

+ AA INSURANCE 46 Sale Street, Auckland

Anchor tenant AA Insurance has naming rights on this seven-storey 5 Greenstar-rated building, which has two levels OWNER, DEVELOPER, CONSTRUCTION, QUANTITY SURVEYOR, PROJECT MANAGER MANSONS TCLM ARCHITECT FORMIS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER 22 DEGREES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MSC CONSULTING OTHER CONSULTANTS SEEC CONSULTING (GREENSTAR)

+ EMA BUSINESS HUB 159 Khyber Pass Rd, Newmarket, Auckland

This comprehensive redevelopment of an obsolete series of buildings on an underutilised land parcel blends old OWNER EMPLOYERS AND MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NORTHERN) DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER LOCATION GROUP OF COMPANIES CONSTRUCTION MACRENNIE ARCHITECT AVERY TEAM ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER LAWRENCE JONES PARTNERS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BROWN AND THOMSON QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTON PARTNERS OTHER CONSULTANTS FIRE ENGINEER: ANVIL FIRE CONSULTANTS; FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEER: PROTECH DESIGN; ADDITIONAL: BLAKEY SCOTT PLANNING; FREAR SURVEYORS

+ MAORI TELEVISION 433 East Tamaki Road, Auckland of an existing architecturally constructed backbone, it was refurbished and the company’s culture was woven into the new premises. The aim was to integrate technology with authentic materials and the people within the whare. OWNER TRUST MANAGEMENT AND ST JOHNS CONSTRUCTION CAPE ARCHITECT RCG LTD SERVICES ENGINEER, MECHANICAL TELCO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER LOUGH DOWNEY QUANTITY SURVEYOR BPS SERVICES PROJECT MANAGER OCTA ASSOCIATES

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Bolts of red unify the building – chosen because it’s Honda’s brand colour and also a traditional colour of Japan.


Honda New Zealand’s

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wanted for its headquarters in Newmarket, Auckland. The request came to Respond Architects when the lease at

was designed to have

for the amalgamated team before the Wiri lease expired. At the

compromising the programme. Working within the constraints of the existing space, which

the South Auckland lease, the company decided to relocate head

upscale hotel.

Respond, especially when it came to incorporating as much natural light and exterior windows as possible. The design has successfully delivered on Honda’s desire for

environment in keeping with Honda’s ethos, branding and history – and that included incorporating an internal Japanese garden.

for them, but for the automotive industry.

the internal Japanese garden. Sliding windows with rain sensors create an outdoor feel, while maintaining a weathertight space lined with perforated acoustic panelling. a feature. For the design of the breakout/meeting area, an

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Designed by Respond Architects, incorporate Japanese elements including an internal garden.

forms found in Japanese design. Although many of the materials chosen for the redesign are durable and robust, they still lend a soft, organic appearance to the rooms. As well as subdued tones, bright colour was also called for, which is why pops of red feature throughout. Red is Honda’s brand colour and also a traditional colour of Japan; a natural choice to feature on all levels of this dynamic redevelopment project.

HONDA NEW ZEALAND HEAD OFFICE 455 BROADWAY, NEWMARKET, AUCKLAND OWNER HONDA NEW ZEALAND ARCHITECT RESPOND ARCHITECTS PROJECT MANAGER PRENDOS NEW ZEALAND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER PRENDOS NEW ZEALAND QUANTITY SURVEYOR PRENDOS NEW ZEALAND ELECTRICAL ENGINEER GRS CONSULTING ENGINEERS MECHANICAL ENGINEER JACKSONS ENGINEERING ADVISORS CONSTRUCTION LEGACY CONSTRUCTION PHOTOGRAPHY DAN SCOTT, PRENDOS NEW ZEALAND


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We’re a team of commercially focused architects who tread the line between creative design solutions and technical know-how. With proven expertise in commercial architecture, we understand how to balance results – no matter how challenging the project.

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Wellington is well-

scene; having a

an obvious choice.


This Wellington

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was seismically strengthened, which provided an opportunity for a refurbishment.

n the heart of Wellington, only a stone’s throw from Parliament,

forms part of a ‘government campus’ environment for a host of Crown tenants. Number 44 The Terrace has been transformed by its owner,

to government tenants. The project involved seismic strengthening works and complete

Improved access resulted in an enhanced streetscape and dining options being added at The Terrace frontage. Kiwi Property needed to overcome some major challenges, one of which was a complicated title structure. Two separately owned through and around the building imposed severe restraints on the redevelopment potential and threw up some construction

solution was successfully implemented. The tower building was strengthened to 85 per cent of New architectural features were included and a services upgrade was delivered. Negotiations with Wellington City Council had to be held because of existing town planning art and landscaping concessions, which limited the redevelopment. Once completed, they enabled the removal of both a stained-glass canopy – which had been shading – and landscaping features at the front of the building. The changes allowed for the design of a vibrant new retail extension at the street, with a desirable active area for cafes and new eateries fronting this popular Wellington street. Kiwi Property Group, the building’s owner, also owns 56 The Terrace next door and set out to strategically create a government campus environment encompassing the two buildings. This was achieved by extending a complementary street canopy between

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The clean and are occupied by Crown tenants.

matched. Now the government tenants and associated service providers, including the Commerce Commission and Tertiary Education Commission, can enjoy their newly revamped premises Parliament if and when they need to. Workspace Architects in Wellington worked alongside the solution, balancing the necessary earthquake strengthening elements against the rest of the building work to minimise environment. The building has been awarded a 4.5-star Excellent Energy rating by NABERSNZ.

44 THE TERRACE 44 THE TERRACE, WELLINGTON OWNER KIWI PROPERTY GROUP DEVELOPER KIWI PROPERTY GROUP BUILDING MANAGER SOS PROPERTY SERVICES CONSTRUCTION LT MCGUINNESS ARCHITECT WORKSPACE ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER HARRISON GRIERSON STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HARRISON GRIERSON MECHANICAL ENGINEER ADVANCED BUILDING SERVICES QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS HOLMES FIRE PHOTOGRAPHY JAMES GILBERT PHOTOGRAPHY


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nce the tallest building in Auckland’s central business district, the remodelled QBE Centre at 125 Queen Street was abandoned for a time before emerging as one of the

The 30-level building, which was developed in the mid-1980s for a decade. Vacant for six of those years, it underwent a major transformation and was relaunched this year.

focused, mixed-use refurbishment which began in late 2014 and concluded this year. The landmark building in the city centre consists of 17,000 of retail and amenity space on a 2020-square-metre site. The building was purchased by Special Situations Assets in 2014.


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This refurbished high-rise in central Auckland skilfully combines elegant heritage features with contemporary

The new owners undertook the redevelopment – a huge endeavour – which was overseen by Winton, the developer. The building was repositioned into a premium tower with a quality of workmanship, materials and amenities unrivalled in New Zealand. The extensive refurbishment has seen the restoration of the beautiful heritage-listed façade, and the immaculately presented lobby establishes the tone of premium real estate. The installation of New Zealand’s largest LED screen provides connectivity to the streetscape with civic and graphic imagery; there’s the addition of a striking new white façade on the tower’s exterior; and Queen’s Rise, a new dining destination.

QBE CENTRE 125 QUEEN ST, AUCKLAND OWNER SPECIAL SITUATIONS ASSETS DEVELOPER WINTON PROJECT MANAGER GREENSTONE GROUP CONSTRUCTION DOMINION CONSTRUCTORS ARCHITECTS ALEXANDER AND CO, MARCHESE PARTNERS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AURECON MECHANICAL ENGINEER AURECON QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTONS

The QBE Centre refurbishment has made an existing building desirable again; an incredibly important revitalisation for Auckland city.


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COMMANDING ATTENTION

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he site of the old King Edward Barracks in Christchurch once housed soldiers. What stands there now couldn’t

on in 1993, Ngāi Tahu Property bought the central city site, which by then also housed the police station. When the police station was demolished and subsequently relocated following the earthquakes, Ngāi Tahu Property had a grand vision for their large, vacant site. The outstanding result is an entrant in both the Green Building and Commercial The Pita Te Hori Centre is now a multi-staged, master-planned,

two future building sites and a large landscaped public garden area called Ngā Māra a Te Wera, or The Gardens of Te Wera. The gardens are designed as a shared space and, while perfect


The historic site of Christchurch’s Pita Te Hori Centre is deeply connected to the local iwi. It was previously an army barracks.

for informal gatherings, they are also a way of remembering the site’s deep Māori, European, military and police histories. The name commemorates Te Wera, a Ngāi Tahu warrior chief, and the plantings provide a softening to the built-form environment. The development itself comprises more than 11,190 square metres of the total land holding of 16,560 square metres. Architects Warren and Mahoney say the

for the development, and a feature of that was the adoption of the courtyard model, which was designed to break up the large, impenetrable city blocks that originally covered the city. Stage One also uses an innovative District Energy System with ground-source artesian heating and longevity and comfort control than alternative lower-cost systems. With the introduction of the District Energy Scheme, and the photovoltaic

a new urban design strategy for Christchurch comprises one of New Zealand’s most sustainable model. Being part of a sustainable, vibrant and pedestrian-friendly city was the main inspiration

the latest technology and design, including

Building lobbies provide thoroughfare and an informal meeting space.

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The property utilises the latest energy-

base isolation, buckling-restrained bracing systems and highThe development, which sits within the reborn West End suburb, will become a vital link between Christchurch’s central retail area, Hagley Park, the Cultural Precinct and the Civic Building. Ngāi Tahu Property chief executive David Kennedy says the landmark development will bring thousands of people back into the central city, and thereby “radically enhance the vibrancy of the CBD”.

PITA TE HORI CENTRE / KING EDWARD BARRACKS 48 HEREFORD STREET, CHRISTCHURCH OWNER NGĀI TAHU PROPERTY DEVELOPER NGĀI TAHU PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION AND SOUTHBASE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WARREN AND MAHONEY SERVICES ENGINEER POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS AND AURECON (SEPARATE BUILDINGS) STRUCTURAL ENGINEER LEWIS BRADFORD AND AURECON (SEPARATE BUILDINGS) MECHANICAL ENGINEER AURECON AND POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS (SEPARATE BUILDINGS) QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RESOURCE COORDINATION PARTNERSHIP OTHER CONSULTANTS PLANNING AND URBAN DESIGN: RESOURCE MANAGEMENT GROUP; PROGRAMMING: WOODS HARRIS PHOTOGRAPHY OLIVIA SPENCER-BOWER, PROJECT STORY


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Congratulations to Ngai Tahu and the rest of the team.

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Bringing imagination to life

“This King Edward Barracks historical site has been transformed into one of New Zealand’s most sustainable office precincts housing a combination of commercial and government tenants in a prime location. RLB is proud to have been part of the project team in delivering this successful project.” Malcolm Timms

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THE FEEL-GOOD FACTOR

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hen Genesis Energy was looking for somewhere

the Waikato, Foster Construction suggested the old Foodtown supermarket. The supermarket had been empty for a few years and Fosters believed the site on the corner of Bryce and Tristram streets in central Hamilton would convert into The sleek new build has transformed how Genesis Energy

Foster Construction extended and converted the disused

and a number of green design features. There were some complex property issues to be dealt with, including freeholding of leasehold


Unrecognisable from its former life as a supermarket, the Genesis Energy building in central Hamilton was developed as a joint venture with a local charitable trust.

changes made during the design and construction phases of the project. Leonard Gardner, the commercial manager for Fosters, says it was an interesting build on a number of fronts. “Transforming the Hamilton CBD landscape with this quality of project is rewarding. We’ve provided a whole lot of amenities to the community, particularly around the IL4 structure and having Civil Defence based there.” Another key angle was the involvement of DV Bryant Charitable Trust as a project partner. The trust helped fund the build and at the end of the process purchased the project, for which Genesis

Energy now pays the lease. The trust has been able to raise their philanthropic giving to the Waikato community by about $250,000 a year. GENESIS ENERGY 94 BRYCE STREET, HAMILTON OWNER DV BRYANT CHARITABLE TRUST DEVELOPER FOSTER DEVELOP CONSTRUCTION FOSTER CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT EDWARDS WHITE ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER BECA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BCD GROUP MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTON PARTNERS PROJECT MANAGER GREENSTONE GROUP PHOTOGRAPHY CRAIG BROWN PHOTOGRAPHER

The building won Edwards White Architects this year’s New Zealand Institute of Architects Waikato /Bay of Plenty Award for commercial architecture.

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HISTORY COMES ALIVE

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from both the streetscape and for those who work within the multiple levels of this Mansons TCLM building. is into its third generation. Founded by Ted Manson and his father Colin, TCLM stands for Ted and his sons Culum, Luke and Mac. The company has been a trail blazer for New Zealand’s green buildings – the AA Insurance building in Sale Street is no exception and already has a 5 Greenstar Design rating. A 5 Greenstar Built rating will also be achieved for the sevenstorey building, which has two levels of basement parking, including well-appointed facilities in the upper basement with capacity to store 66 bicycles.


The building’s façade draws inspiration from the area’s early inhabitants, resulting like forms.

The central atrium of the Viaduct building natural light, with access to lifts via suspended

“When we dug into what Freemans Bay was about and how it turned into this mixed-use area, that’s when we found a picture showing how Maori used thought that was really interesting and it became

and in sustainability – often qualities that are mutually exclusive. Kenny Chia, the co-founder of Formis architecture studio, had to work within constraints to achieve the desired result. Formis was unable to alter the shape of the building and instead focused on its appearance. Kenny, known as ‘design ninja’, led a team that delved into the history of the area to initiate a narrative.

that sort of event and remind people that this happened here. At the same time it gave us a good solution to the identity of the building.” The inspiration was translated into design, but shading and a variation in outlook as you move through the building. Formis decided to bring the façade in through the building. As a result, it wraps

Contemporary art makes a statement in the lobby.

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The façade takes on an altered perspective at night (left); and wraps a corner of the building (below).

underneath the canopy and shoots up into the atrium, forming the balustrade elements inside the building. “When you look up like. It’s rich and quite epic,” says Kenny. Working to sustainable practices, the building features more a well-managed, sustainable forest. More than 90 per cent of the steel used is 100 per cent post-consumer recycled. Additionally, the insulation and refrigerants were chosen to ensure no ozone depleting substances were used.

AA INSURANCE 46 SALE STREET, AUCKLAND OWNER MANSON PROPERTIES (PARNELL) DEVELOPER MANSONS TCLM CONSTRUCTION MANSONS TCLM ARCHITECT FORMIS SERVICES ENGINEER 22 DEGREES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MSC CONSULTING MECHANICAL ENGINEER 22 DEGREES QUANTITY SURVEYOR MANSONS TCLM PROJECT MANAGER MANSONS TCLM OTHER CONSULTANTS GREENSTAR: SEEC CONSULTING


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The contemporary foyer mixes polished

with natural wood and glass.


Alpine Energy’s new building is a smart addition to Timaru’s cityscape.

SOARING SUCCESS

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lpine Energy’s smart new multi-purpose industrial building walks the Canterbury power company’s give-back-to-thecommunity, eco-friendly, talk.

that, but the two-storey, 3000-square-metre, $12m building was completed on budget and to a Level 4 seismic resilience – the standards reserved for critical post-disaster infrastructure. requirements and at the same time created a welcoming feel through the use of open, shared spaces and ergonomics that

has superior seismic performance. of a new and modern way of working. Not only does the building anyone who visits. The entrance is roomy and welcoming, there’s a community meeting room, and the eco-friendly standards give the people of Timaru every reason to be proud. The building is an entrant in two categories – Commercial Building and Green Building. Project lead Nicole Timney of Alpine Energy worked with Peter an 18-month period, it came in on time and not only met, but in

and create airy, convivial meeting places that promote discussion and connectivity. Alpine Energy, owned by the South Canterbury community, of the region.

contracting operations – it also removes the need for the multiple buildings and portacoms that were previously used. John Wilson, design manager of construction company Thompson Construction and Engineering, says the approach to the design

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Communal areas encourage a sense of collaboration.

built landmark.” And for Andrew Tombs, Alpine Energy’s chief executive, the

“While the building is industrial in nature it is also modern with

ALPINE ENERGY OFFICE BUILDING ELGINSHIRE STREET, WASHDYKE, TIMARU OWNER ALPINE ENERGY DEVELOPER ALPINE ENERGY CONSTRUCTION THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING DESIGN BUILD THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEER BRYN MARTIN QUANTITY SURVEYOR RAWLINSONS PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL: PLUNKET ELECTRICAL AND POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS; DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT LEAD DESIGNER: THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING; HYDRAULIC ENGINEER: BRYN MARTIN AND POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS; ACOUSTIC ENGINEER: PKA ACOUSTIC CONSULTING, STEEL CERTIFIERS: SOUTHERN QA; ARCHITECT REVIEW: WILSON & HILL PHOTOGRAPHY STEPHEN GOODENOUGH


Designed and built by Thompson

“Alpine House”

your view, designed for endurance to keep delivering energy to you. • • • • •

Designed and detailed to exceed building code levels Thompson precast concrete, Thompson steel fabrication Modern, industrial, robust corporate 3,155m² of total area split over two levels with cross laminated timber The full development came within budget and on time

Proud to have worked alongside Alpine Energy and key subcontractors

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TOURISM & LEISURE CATEGORY This dynamic category invites entries that range from community-based initiatives to the country’s busiest hub for international tourism – recreation centre that has been resurrected and given new life post the Christchurch earthquakes.

+ STRATA LOUNGE Ray Emery Drive, Auckland

The redesign of Strata Lounge at Auckland International Airport creates a premium leisure experience for international passengers by providing them with a luxurious retreat. The space is welcoming and functional for families, while also

OWNER, DEVELOPER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION ALASKA INTERIORS ARCHITECT IGNITE ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR CUESKO PROJECT MANAGER RCP

+ AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL BUILDING, PIER B EXTENSION PROJECT 400 George Bolt Memorial Drive, Auckland

Due to unprecedented growth in international air travel, Auckland Airport planned and delivered an increase in processing capacity by constructing a three-level, 300-metre-long pier building extension that enables aircraft to dock via airbridges. The project was delivered in a staged manner over 21 months, ahead of programme and within budget, and involved careful planning and extensive coordination with stakeholders to enable the airport to continue to operate 24/7. OWNER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WARREN AND MAHONEY SERVICES ENGINEER AECOM, HOLMES FIRE MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AECOM QUANTITY SURVEYOR, PROJECT MANAGER BECA PROJECT AND COST MANAGEMENT TEAM

+ HAGLEY PETANQUE FACILITY 6 Riccarton Avenue, Christchurch

The Hagley Petanque Facility includes 24 international standard terrains with a custom 50-metre-long shade structure, Christchurch Petanque Club, High School Old Boys Rugby Football Club, United Croquet Club and North Hagley Touch Club. OWNER, DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL CONSTRUCTION GROUNDS AND SERVICES ARCHITECT CANOPY NZ SERVICES ENGINEER E2 ENVIRONMENTAL OTHER CONSULTANTS LEAD CONSULTANT AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: CANOPY NZ; CIVIL ENGINEER: E2 ENVIRONMENTAL

+ NEW BRIGHTON BEACHSIDE PLAYGROUND 195 Marine Parade, Christchurch playground covers 2600 square metres and was constructed in 85 days for a Christmas 2017 opening. The playground is a key component in a holistic, leisure-based urban regeneration strategy for Christchurch’s seaside suburb. OWNER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL DEVELOPER DEVELOPMENT CHRISTCHURCH CONSTRUCTION HEB ARCHITECT SELECT CONTRACTS, AW ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER STRUCTEX QUANTITY SURVEYOR RHODES AND ASSOCIATES PROJECT MANAGER SELECT CONTRACTS OTHER CONSULTANTS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS: CHRIS GLASSON AND ASSOCIATES; ACCESSIBILITY CONSULTANTS: BE ACCESSIBLE

+ RAMADA ALBANY 7-9 Kaipiho Lane, Auckland new hotel on the North Shore in 10 years. Since opening, the hotel has had an average of 75 per cent occupancy. OWNER, DEVELOPER ALBANY TRUST COMPANY CONSTRUCTION SAFARI CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT STUDIO 37 SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER MARK ALEXANDER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ENOVATE QUANTITY SURVEYOR, PROJECT MANAGER SAFARI GROUP OTHER CONSULTANTS SOLICITORS: BURTON PARTNERS; RAMADA FRANCHISEE: CROWN GROUP


+ BUG LAB, AUCKLAND ZOO Motions Road, Auckland

Auckland Zoo’s new multi-purpose exhibition space provides an immersive cluster of domed chambers. The spectacular interactive experience is designed to house Bug Lab, a blockbuster science exhibition developed by New Zealand’s worldfamous museum, Te Papa, with the Academy Award-winning Weta Workshop. OWNER, DEVELOPER REGIONAL FACILITIES AUCKLAND – AUCKLAND ZOO CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECT, QUANTITY SURVEYOR NZ STRONG GROUP SERVICES ENGINEER CALDWELL AND LEVESQUE ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL ENGINEER ECONOMECH SERVICES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FRASER THOMAS PROJECT MANAGER PHIL MCGOWAN AND TIM SHERRING (AUCKLAND ZOO)

+ WHARENUI RECREATION CENTRE 73 Elizabeth St, Christchurch investigation it was decided to save the building and an earthquake repair strategy and upgrade project was divided into two phases. The net area of the centre is approximately 2500 square metres, a visual highlight of which is a Kiwiana- themed mural painted on an exterior wall. OWNER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL – RECREATION AND SPORT UNIT CONSTRUCTION HRS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT, SERVICES, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AND QUANTITY SURVEYOR BECA PROJECT MANAGER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL

Safari Group Development & Construction Family owned & operated providing unique Hotel & Residential Developments across New Zealand aligned with the Wtyndham Group. Phone: 09 358 1735 Website: www.safarigroup.co.nz

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TICKET TO LUXURY

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he Strata Lounge at Auckland International Airport The redesign was conceived by Ignite Architects

185-seat lounge creates a premium leisure experience for The lounge is owned and operated by Auckland Airport and passengers can purchase entry online for $49 or $55 on entry. The 1200-square-metre lounge includes a space for business travellers, facilities and a separate children’s space that caters to families. In the future the lounge will have sleeping pods and a beauty spa. Relocating the lounge to a new site on the upper level of the airport provided the opportunity to expand beyond the original footprint and introduce a wider range of premium guest services. The successful delivery demonstrates the project team’s agility


Strata, the new premium lounge at Auckland International Airport, is a welcoming haven for travellers.

and ability to work within a high-security, live environment. operational airport and in close proximity to neighbouring tenants, which created restrictions and challenges to the development team. “The complexities between the live environment teamwork between the client, stakeholders and consultants,” says Adam Taylor of Ignite. Integration with the considerable base-build project – and with a non-negotiable ‘go-live’ date – required detailed planning and coordination to ensure works stayed on programme.

The design team responded to the client’s brief by developing an ‘East Coast: West Coast’ theme, which creates a sense of contrast to cleverly requirements, says Adam. structure within the main space, while the family theming,” he says. The contemporary design focuses on ease of use and operational management, says Jackie Neville of Auckland International Airport. “The intuitive seating layout wraps around the dining areas, making it easy for guests to navigate and quickly

The lounge interior has been designed as a luxurious retreat – a place to relax and enjoy food, drinks, even a shower

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Intuitive seating wraps the dining area, making it easy for guests to navigate the space.

become familiar with during their stay,” she says. “But equally, there’s seating variation to give users a choice of relaxing settings and ambiance.” Innovative features include the relaxation pods, which allow guests to relax in a tranquil environment prior to boarding their flight.

STRATA LOUNGE RAY EMERY DRIVE, AUCKLAND OWNER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DEVELOPER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ARCHITECT IGNITE ARCHITECTS CONSTRUCTION ALASKA INTERIORS SERVICES, STRUCTURAL, MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR CUESKO PROJECT MANAGER RCP


If you are flying internationally from Auckland Airport, enjoy a premium lounge experience at the Strata Lounge. No matter what airline or class of ticket, we invite you to sit back and unwind before your flight. Our contemporary space offers the ideal spot to rest or catch up on work as you enjoy outstanding service from our warm welcoming staff. Strata Lounge offers the following complimentary offerings to avail yourself of whilst in the lounge.

• A delicious range of local and international cuisine • Shower facilities with complimentry fresh towels • Unlimited Wi-Fi and a selection of reading material • Business facilities and charging points We are open from 5am until 1am daily.

Pricing $

55 *

Pay on the door

* 49 When pre-

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booked online at aucklandairport.co.nz/ StrataLounge.

Strata Lounge is the official lounge facility for premium guests of a number of airlines operating out of Auckland. Check our website to see if you are eligable for entry as part of your ticketed fare. Strata Lounge also welcomes members of Priority Pass, Dragon Pass, Lounge Key and Diners Club International.

Enquiries +64 9 926 0124 stratalounge@aucklandairport.co.nz www.aucklandairport.co.nz/StrataLounge * Rate applies for up to 3 hours stay.


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RETAIL CATEGORY Shopping centres, show rooms, mixed-use developments, retail space and hospitality destinations all have their place in this category. The sector recognises designs that excel in meeting needs and that give consideration to attracting and engaging customers.

+ THE HUB HORNBY 418 Main South Road, Christchurch

Enviro-Mark Gold accredited, The Hub Hornby is the new sustainable face of retailing. The realignment of Chalmers Street allowed the centre to almost double its leasable area and provide increased and upgraded public amenity. Aesthetically pleasing low-maintenance materials allow the function of the centre to shine. OWNER, DEVELOPER SHOPPING CENTRE INVESTMENTS CONSTRUCTION LEIGHS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT THE BUCHAN GROUP SERVICES ENGINEER COSGROVES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER QUOIN STRUCTURAL CONSULTANTS QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTONS PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGER WILKINSON CONSULTING

+ 48 EMPIRE STREET 48 Empire Street, Cambridge

A distinctive two-storey commercial building in the centre of Cambridge on a 800-square-metre site with a building footprint of 850 square metres on two levels. The building provides 16 carparks and four tenancies varying in size and is designed to meet heritage zoning requirements for Waipa District Council. OWNER WOODHAYES TRUST DEVELOPER 2012 LIMITED CONSTRUCTION, QUANTITY SURVEYOR CONSTRUCTION ADVANTAGE ARCHITECT LAD ARCHITECTURE MECHANICAL ENGINEER ALL SEASONS AIR CONDITIONING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BCD GROUP OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: GLENVIEW ELECTRICAL

+ HUAMI RESTAURANT – SKYCITY AUCKLAND 87 Federal Street, Auckland

Huami is a contemporary, upmarket Cantonese restaurant and bar. The design tells the story of the Yuyuan Gardens in Shanghai, and works with the China’s rich history to create the heart, soul and character of the restaurant. The

OWNER, PROJECT MANAGER SKYCITY AUCKLAND CONSTRUCTION NAYLOR LOVE ARCHITECT MOLLER ARCHITECTS, YWS DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE (LAS VEGAS AND SINGAPORE OFFICES) SERVICES ENGINEER, MECHANICAL ENGINEER, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR WT PARTNERSHIP

+ LICHFIELD CAR PARK

MAP Architects have sought to design a quality, aesthetically pleasing parking building, with a high degree of openness and engagement with the public realm. Central to the arrangement is the idea that users of the building can see and be seen throughout the building. OWNER, DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL CONSTRUCTION, QUANTITY SURVEYOR CLEARWATER CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT + MAP SERVICES ENGINEER ELECCOM MECHANICAL ENGINEER BEATTIE GROUP STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DHC CONSULTING

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URBAN LAND DEVELOPMENTS CATEGORY launched, completed and earmarked. In this category, project entries may include subdivisions and the development of land into residential and/or industrial allotments. Quality, sustainability and innovation are prized in this category.

+ NORTH WEST QUARTER – KENSINGTON PARK Landmark Terrace, Auckland

The North West Quarter is a precinct of three apartment buildings in Kensington Park. Featuring stunning sea, bush and garden views, residents in every apartment enjoy spacious well-appointed homes with generous decks. OWNER, DEVELOPER KENSINGTON PARK HOLDINGS CONSTRUCTION WOODVIEW CONSTRUCTION (TUI POINT AND THE FERNS), HUGHES CONSTRUCTION (SEA BREEZE) ARCHITECT SHANAHAN ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER ELECTRICAL AND DATA: ELECTRICAL CONSULTING SERVICES; HYDRAULIC: HSCNZ MECHANICAL ENGINEER THURSTON CONSULTING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER STEPHEN MITCHELL ENGINEERS QUANTITY SURVEYOR BARNES BEAGLEY DOHERR OTHER CONSULTANTS LANDSCAPING DESIGN: GREENSCENENZ; FIRE DESIGN: AURECON

+ BEACHES – COAST PAPAMOA BEACH Otira Close, Tauranga around a private reserve, together with shared ownership of 1.2 hectares of dune frontage. OWNER, DEVELOPER FRASERS PAPAMOA ARCHITECT BOFFA MISKELL PROJECT MANAGER AURECON OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEERING, PLANNING, SURVEYING AND GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING: AURECON

+ FAIRBURN FLAT BUSH 301 Flatbush School Road, Auckland

Fairburn Flat Bush is a subdivision that comprises 111 residential sections ranging in size from 325 to 864 square was delivered on time and on budget. OWNER, DEVELOPER TEMPLETON FLAT BUSH CONSTRUCTION SUREWAY CIVIL QUANTITY SURVEYOR BARNES BEAGLEY DOHERR PROJECT MANAGER DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY SERVICES OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEER: CANDOR3

+ JENNINGS JERSEY REDEVELOPMENT 1-9 Jennings Street and 18-20 Jersey Avenue, Mt Albert, Auckland

The Jennings Jersey redevelopment represents the best of contemporary state housing. Located in the established Auckland suburb of Mount Albert, it incorporates Housing New Zealand’s best-practice approach to redevelopment, of the wider community. OWNER, DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER HOUSING NEW ZEALAND CORPORATION CONSTRUCTION PRECISION CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT MONK MACKENZIE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FRASER THOMAS QUANTITY SURVEYOR RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL AND INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEER: AURECON; ACOUSTIC ENGINEER: AURECON

+ RICHMOND (STAGE 1) 33 Panama Road, Mt Wellington, Auckland

Richmond is a master-planned, medium-density community emerging in Mt Wellington. Stage 1, a 27,255-square-metre site with 99 terrace homes is now complete. Richmond strives to set a leading example of living in the ‘new’ Auckland, OWNER WILSHIRE RYBURN DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER WILSHIRE GROUP CONSTRUCTION CAPRI CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT BREWER DAVIDSON STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BROWN AND THOMPSON QUANTITY SURVEYOR KINGSTONS PROJECT MANAGEMENT OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEER: MAVEN CONSULTING

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CASTLES BY THE SAND

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t couldn’t get more idyllic than beachfront living at one of the

development by international developer Frasers Property. Beaches is located on Papamoa beachfront, and is part of Frasers Property’s 24-hectare Coast Papamoa Beach estate. The 1.4-hectare precinct has 23 exclusive freehold sections. With coastal views, each title includes joint ownership of 1.2 hectares of rolling sand dunes with private beach access – paying respect to the site’s environmental and cultural importance and ensuring long-term sustainability of the dune system. and of the team’s hard work to integrate a holistic understanding of the natural and built environment,” says Frasers Property development manager Kranish Reddy.


the Coast Papamoa Beach urban development is as close as it gets to the sand dunes.

“We’ve built on our success throughout the rest of the development and have created something truly unique in the Bay of Plenty,” he says. Frasers Property has worked hard to develop

towards Mount Maunganui, Beaches is a once-ina-lifetime opportunity to own a slice of beachfront property on one of New Zealand’s most loved stretches of coastline.”

land sensitive to the ecological, landscape and topographical characteristics of the site. The precinct’s focal point features a 1400-squaremetre central shared reserve boasting seating areas, a pergola, stainless-steel water feature, custom picnic tables and benches, grass relaxation areas, rows of pohutukawa trees, nikau palm feature-planting and sculptural outdoor showers atop a wooden boardwalk. “With sweeping views

BEACHES – COAST PAPAMOA BEACH OTIRA CLOSE, PAPAMOA, TAURANGA OWNER FRASERS PROPERTY DEVELOPER FRASERS PAPAMOA ARCHITECT BOFFA MISKELL QUANTITY SURVEYOR AURECON OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEERING: AURECON

Owners of the subdivided sections are treated to timber boardwalks, landscaped gardens and that allimportant private beach access.

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Housing New Zealand hosts a meet-and-greet event for new tenants to meet neighbours and feel more at home.

These attractive new homes in Mt Albert have helped change the perception of modern state housing, replacing eight old-fashioned houses with 18 healthy homes.


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nce there were eight old-fashioned two-bedroom homes from the 1940s spread around this cul-de-sac in the sought-after Auckland suburb of Mt Albert. They’ve since made way for 18 modern, dry and healthy new homes that can house triple the number of residents. Known as the Jennings Jersey redevelopment, these new homes represent the best of contemporary state housing. The 10 two-bedroom homes, four three-bedroom homes and four four-bedroom homes incorporate best practice for Housing New Zealand, from innovative site planning and design values to a

wider community. It is no surprise, then, that the redevelopment is an entrant in the Urban Land Developments category. agency, which provides housing services for people in need, to excellence in its redevelopment projects. “These attractive new homes in Mt Albert have helped to change the perception of modern state housing,” said Patrick Dougherty, Housing New Zealand’s General Manager of Asset Development.

The Jennings Jersey redevelopment won a 2018 Auckland Architecture Award in the Housing MultiUnit category.

for the surrounding neighbourhood. The wider community will

“In this way, Housing New Zealand demonstrated its commitment Designed by Monk Mackenzie, the homes won an Auckland Architecture Award in May 2018.

JENNINGS JERSEY REDEVELOPMENT JENNINGS STREET AND JERSEY AVENUE, MT ALBERT, AUCKLAND OWNER HOUSING NEW ZEALAND CORPORATION DEVELOPER HOUSING NEW ZEALAND CORPORATION CONSTRUCTION PRECISION CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT MONK MACKENZIE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER THL QUANTITY SURVEYOR RDT PACIFIC PROJECT MANAGER HOUSING NEW ZEALAND CORPORATION OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL CONSULTANT: FRASER THOMAS; ACOUSTIC ENGINEER: AURECON; LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS: WRAIGHT AND ASSOCIATES PHOTOGRAPHY VICKY TE PUNI AND SIMON DEVITT

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GREEN BUILDING CATEGORY Project entries into this category include developments that utilise innovation and demonstrate application of green-building principles. to a successful future. Seismic strengthening of established buildings has also been approached with sustainable design practices.

+ PITA TE HORI CENTRE, KING EDWARD BARRACKS 48 Hereford Street, Christchurch OWNER, DEVELOPER NGĀI TAHU PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS SI, SOUTHBASE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WARREN AND MAHONEY SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS AND AURECON (SEPARATE BUILDINGS) STRUCTURAL ENGINEER LEWIS BRADFORD AND AURECON (SEPARATE BUILDINGS) QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS PLANNING, URBAN DESIGN: RESOURCE MANAGEMENT GROUP; PROGRAMMING: WOODS HARRIS

+ WAIKOUKOU, 22 BOULCOTT STREET 22 Boulcott Street, Wellington The quality, sustainable design includes services diversity for Transpower’s critical services. OWNER 22 BOULCOTT DEVELOPER CHEOPS HOLDINGS CONSTRUCTION MCKEE FEHL CONSTRUCTORS ARCHITECT ARCHITECTURE + STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BECA MECHANICAL ENGINEER COR ASSOCIATES OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL SERVICES ENGINEER: BLACKYARD ENGINEERING; FIRE SERVICES ENGINEER: HOLMES FIRE; HYDRAULIC ENGINEER: PACIFIC CONSULTANTS; TENANT ARCHITECT: JASMAX

+ ALPINE ENERGY OFFICE BUILDING 24 Elginshire Street, Timaru OWNER, DEVELOPER ALPINE ENERGY CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECT THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER CHAPMAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER BRYN MARTIN QUANTITY SURVEYOR RAWLINSONS PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL: PLUNKET ELECTRICAL AND POWELL FENWICK; DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT LEAD DESIGNER: THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING; HYDRAULIC ENGINEER: BRYN MARTIN AND POWELL FENWICK; ACOUSTIC ENGINEER: PKA ACOUSTIC CONSULTING; STEEL CERTIFIERS: SOUTHERN QA

+ ARA KAHUKURA 130 Madras Street, Christchurch

Ara Kahukura has been designed to accommodate future-focussed and collaborative learning. Structure, services and materials are on display to enable the building to be a ‘learning device’ for the people working within the building. OWNER / DEVELOPER ARA INSTITUTE OF CANTERBURY CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT JASMAX SERVICES, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS QUANTITY SURVEYOR AECOM PROJECT MANAGER INOVO OTHER CONSULTANTS GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER: TONKIN AND TAYLOR, ACOUSTIC ENGINEERING SERVICES

+ ARIA APARTMENTS 11 Vinegar Lane, Auckland Aria incorporates 20 boutique apartments and one commercial space. Built on just 382 square metres of land,

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GOODMAN FITOUT, KPMG CENTRE Level 2, KPMG Building, Auckland OWNER WYNYARD PRECINCT HOLDINGS, A JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN GOODMAN PROP ERTY TRUST AND GIC (THE SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUND OF SINGAPORE) DEVELOPER GOODMAN PROPERTY SERVICES CONSTRUCTION ALASKA INTERIORS ARCHITECT GHDWOODHEAD CREATIVESPACES MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BGT STRUCTURES QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: BECA; SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANT: SEEC; FIRE ENGINEER: CROSS FIRE; HYDRAULICS: BEC

MATUKU TAKOTAKO – SUMNER CENTRE

Located in the beachside suburb of Sumner, Matuku Takotako Sumner Centre is a striking building, housing a library, community centre and museum. A key focus was on whole-of-life environmentally sustainable design strategies tailored OWNER CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL CONSTRUCTION ARMITAGE WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ATHFIELD ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER MOTT MACDONALD STRUCTURAL ENGINEER QUOIN STRUCTURAL CONSULTANTS QUANTITY SURVEYOR AECOM PROJECT MANAGER THE BUILDING INTELLIGENCE GROUP OTHER CONSULTANTS OLSSON FIRE AND RISK; PLANZ CONSULTANTS; ACOUSTIC ENGINEERING SERVICES

ORMISTON JUNIOR COLLEGE 285 Ormiston Road, Auckland

This new design encourages a move from teacher-centric to learner-centric instruction and allows for a variety OWNER MINISTRY OF EDUCATION DEVELOPER FUTURE SCHOOLS PARTNERS CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ASC ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER NORMAN DISNEY YOUNG STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR WT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT MANAGER HRL MORRISON & CO OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEERING, PLANNING: GHD, INDEPENDENT REVIEWER: WSP OPUS

+ TE PĀ TAUIRA – OTAGO POLYTECHNIC STUDENT VILLAGE 180-190 Union Street, Dunedin

One of the largest timber-framed buildings in New Zealand, Te Pā Tauira is a 6000-square-metre, 231-bedroom student accommodation mixed development, which includes single dormitory style four-bedroom, self-contained apartments and studio, self-contained apartments. The structural frame is cross-laminated timber with laminated veneer columns. OWNER, DEVELOPER OTAGO POLYTECHNIC CONSTRUCTION NAYLOR LOVE ARCHITECT MASON & WALES SERVICES ENGINEER MACLEOD AND ASSOCIATES MECHANICAL ENGINEER MACLEOD AND ASSOCIATES, AIRCOMM STRUCTURAL ENGINEER KIRK ROBERTS QUANTITY SURVEYOR FLANDERS MARLOW PROJECT MANAGER LOGIC GROUP OTHER CONSULTANTS TRISH LOVE CONSULTANTS, MITCHELL DAYSH

+ WAKATIPU HIGH SCHOOL 47 Red Oaks Drive, Queenstown

This leading facility provides an innovative environment, encouraging students to become independent learners. The design connects that learning to the spectacular and varied landscape within which the school is situated. OWNER MINISTRY OF EDUCATION DEVELOPER FUTURE SCHOOLS PARTNERS CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ASC ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER NORMAN DISNEY YOUNG STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR WT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT MANAGER HRL MORRISON AND CO OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEERING, PLANNING: GHD; INDEPENDENT REVIEWER: WSP OPUS

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Goodman‘s new Auckland is an interactive, tactile experience, complete with collaborative spaces and a green environment that includes a 20-metre long moss wall and plant towers.


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created a positive and interactive environment

Kevin says GHD is as proud of the result as Goodman. “With a long gestation for the design process, collaboration was fully explored. Resisting the impulse to place key client areas in the major views

and products chosen for their functionality, longevity and consumption. About 90 per cent of all waste building materials were

Michael Gimblett, Goodman’s general manager of development, space and refurbish it into a collaborative, open-plan space. “We’ve gone to an activity-based working environment and it has proven to be really successful in sharing ideas and working more closely together. The outcome has been very positive.” A standout feature is the 20-metre moss wall, which softens the Kevin Russ, design director at GHDWoodhead Creativespaces, says the vision was to create a new home for Goodman. “A place that works for people, which is open, can be used in multiple ways and imbued with technology, but a space that’s comfortable and friendly.”

well before delivery. The sharing of ideas has created a beautiful and comfortable outcome, which the client is happy to call home.”

GOODMAN, KPMG CENTRE 18 VIADUCT HARBOUR AVENUE, AUCKLAND OWNER WYNYARD PRECINCT HOLDINGS DEVELOPER GOODMAN PROPERTY SERVICES CONSTRUCTION ALASKA INTERIORS ARCHITECT GHDWOODHEAD CREATIVESPACES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BGT MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: BECA; SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANT: SEEC; FIRE ENGINEER: CROSS FIRE; HYDRAULICS: BECA PHOTOGRAPHY COLLEEN TUNNICLIFF, MICHELLE WEIR

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EDUCATION CATEGORY + TE AUAHA NZ INSTITUTE OF CREATIVITY (THE CUBA DIXON REDEVELOPMENT) 65 Dixon Street, Wellington

This is the cornerstone for the ongoing transformation of the much-loved Cuba Quarter in Wellington. OWNER TOLSTER INVESTMENTS (CUBA DIXON REDEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP – DURING CONSTRUCTION) DEVELOPER, PROJECT MANAGER WILLIS BOND AND CO CONSTRUCTION LT MCGUINNESS ARCHITECT ATHFIELD ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER, MECHANICAL ENGINEER CORA ASSOCIATES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DUNNING THORNTON QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL

+ ARA KAHUKURA 130 Madras Street, Christchurch

Ara Kahukura has been designed to accommodate future-focussed and collaborative learning. Structure, services and materials are on display to enable the building to be a ‘learning device’ for the people working within the building. OWNER / DEVELOPER ARA INSTITUTE OF CANTERBURY CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT JASMAX SERVICES, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS QUANTITY SURVEYOR AECOM PROJECT MANAGER INOVO OTHER CONSULTANTS GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER: TONKIN AND TAYLOR, ACOUSTIC ENGINEERING SERVICES

+ CHRIST’S COLLEGE KITCHEN TOWER RESTORATION 33 Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch

This compact heritage project involved demolition, structural upgrade works and restoration of heritage features. The existing building dovetails with a new extension at the heart of the school. OWNER, DEVELOPER CHRIST’S COLLEGE BOARD OF GOVERNORS CONSTRUCTION NAYLOR LOVE CANTERBURY ARCHITECT WILKIE AND BRUCE ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR RAWLINSONS PROJECT MANAGER ONE FOUR OTHER CONSULTANTS PROGRAMMER: WOODS HARRIS

+ KING’S SCHOOL CENTENNIAL BUILDING 258 Remuera Road, Auckland

The new Centennial Building, in the centre of King’s School, will play an important role in meeting students’ needs classrooms, music studios and discussion areas. OWNER KING’S SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION ASPEC CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WARREN AND MAHONEY SERVICES, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AND PROJECT MANAGER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL OTHER CONSULTANTS ACOUSTIC ENGINEER: MARSHALL DAY; FIRE ENGINEER: BECA

+ ORMISTON JUNIOR COLLEGE 285 Ormiston Road, Auckland

This new design encourages a move from teacher-centric to learner-centric instruction and allows for a variety OWNER MINISTRY OF EDUCATION DEVELOPER FUTURE SCHOOLS PARTNERS CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ASC ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER NORMAN DISNEY YOUNG STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR WT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT MANAGER HRL MORRISON & CO OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEERING, PLANNING: GHD, INDEPENDENT REVIEWER: WSP OPUS

+ OTAGO BUSINESS SCHOOL 60 Clyde Street, Dunedin

The University of Otago’s $18.5 million Otago Business School redevelopment – 6072 square metres gross on three levels – will help attract more students. It created a true building hub, Modern Learning Environments, incoming-earning while demolishing access barriers. OWNER, PROJECT MANAGER UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO CONSTRUCTION NAYLOR LOVE ARCHITECT MASON & WALES SERVICES, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR FLANDERS MARLOW

+ WAKATIPU HIGH SCHOOL 47 Red Oaks Drive, Queenstown

This leading facility provides an innovative environment, encouraging students to become independent learners. The design connects that learning to the spectacular and varied landscape within which the school is situated. OWNER MINISTRY OF EDUCATION DEVELOPER FUTURE SCHOOLS PARTNERS CONSTRUCTION HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ASC ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER NORMAN DISNEY YOUNG STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HOLMES CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR WT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT MANAGER HRL MORRISON AND CO OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEERING, PLANNING: GHD; INDEPENDENT REVIEWER: WSP OPUS


+ RANGIORA HIGH SCHOOL – RAKAHURI BUILDING 125 E Belt, Christchurch

The building is one of the South Island’s largest innovative learning environments, providing the equivalent of 27 classrooms and a variety of learning settings. Rakahuri sits at the heart of the school, connecting the administration precinct to the existing hall, uniting the campus. OWNER MINISTRY OF EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION NAYLOR LOVE ARCHITECT JASMAX SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER MOTT MACDONALD STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR AECOM PROJECT MANAGER THE BUILDING INTELLIGENCE GROUP OTHER CONSULTANTS OLSSON FIRE & RISK, WSP OPUS

+ ST MARYS COLLEGE – MOTHER BERNARD TOWERS SCIENCE CENTRE 3-9 New Street, Auckland The modern 1700 square-metre science centre complements the more classic elements of the adjacent gymnasium. Situated in a narrow space, most light and air comes from above the northern roof, and includes triangular skylights for both visual and functional purposes. OWNER ST MARY’S COLLEGE AUCKLAND CONSTRUCTION ROBERT CUNNINGHAM CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT, PROJECT MANAGER RCG SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER WSP OPUS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER THORNE DWYERS STRUCTURES QUANTITY SURVEYOR BROWN PROJECT SERVICES

+ ST PAUL’S COLLEGE 183 Richmond Road, Auckland

This new administration and classroom development covers two and a half levels comprising 1825 square metres 7.3-hectare school grounds at the Richmond Rd frontage. OWNER ST PAUL’S COLLEGE AUCKLAND DEVELOPER NZ MARIST BROTHERS TRUST BOARD CONSTRUCTION SAVORY CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ARCHITECTUS SERVICES, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HARRISON GRIERSON QUANTITY SURVEYOR BARNES BEAGLEY DOHERR PROJECT MANAGER WATERSHED

+ TE PĀ TAUIRA – OTAGO POLYTECHNIC STUDENT VILLAGE 180-190 Union Street, Dunedin

One of the largest timber-framed buildings in New Zealand, Te Pā Tauira is a 6000-square-metre, 231-bedroom student accommodation mixed development, which includes single dormitory style four-bedroom, self-contained apartments and studio, self-contained apartments. The structural frame is cross-laminated timber with laminated veneer columns. OWNER, DEVELOPER OTAGO POLYTECHNIC CONSTRUCTION NAYLOR LOVE ARCHITECT MASON & WALES SERVICES ENGINEER MACLEOD AND ASSOCIATES MECHANICAL ENGINEER MACLEOD AND ASSOCIATES, AIRCOMM STRUCTURAL ENGINEER KIRK ROBERTS QUANTITY SURVEYOR FLANDERS MARLOW PROJECT MANAGER LOGIC GROUP OTHER CONSULTANTS TRISH LOVE CONSULTANTS, MITCHELL DAYSH

+ UNITEC CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING & TRADES BUILDING (MATAAHO) 139 Carrington Road, Auckland

and automotive trades. The project was a collaboration between user groups and the design team. The outcome is a building that is leading the way in open-environment trades training in Australasia. OWNER UNITEC CONSTRUCTION ARGON CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT DESIGNGROUP STAPLETON ELLIOT SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER AURECON STRUCTURAL ENGINEER STRUCTUS, MSC CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR WT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC

+ UNITEC HUB (TE PUNA) 139 Carrington Road, Auckland involves changes to both the physical environment and the pedagogy of learning at Unitec. OWNER, DEVELOPER UNITEC CONSTRUCTION EBERT CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ASC ARCHITECTS SERVICES, MECHANICAL ENGINEER WSP OPUS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER STRUCTUS, MSC CONSULTING GROUP QUANTITY SURVEYOR WT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC

+ UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND, SCIENCE CENTRE 23 Symonds Street, Auckland

The high-tech 23,000-square-metre building is the gateway to the University of Auckland’s Science Precinct, with world-class facilities providing dedicated design spaces and laboratories to carry out a wide range of innovative science research based on the premise of collaborative working and social engagement. OWNER, DEVELOPER UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND CONSTRUCTION THE FLETCHER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ARCHITECT ARCHITECTUS SERVICES, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS DESIGN MANAGER: PRECON; LAB SPECIALIST: LABWORKS

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THE ART OF SCIENCE

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ven state-of-the-art sounds almost too mundane a description for Auckland University’s new science building. Bedazzling to the eye from the outside, inside it houses world-class facilities for some of the brightest talent in the land. High-tech dedicated design spaces and laboratories foster innovative science and research based on the premise of collaborative working and social engagement. Home to the schools of Chemistry, Environment and Psychology, the 23,000-square-metre Science Centre building is entered into the Education category. The design responds to a complex and diverse functional brief. Project manager RCP says the brief from the university was to provide a cutting-edge research and teaching facility to supplement the recently renovated chemistry tower, optimising the site’s position on the corner of Symonds and Wellesley streets to create a new entrance to the university. The architects, Architectus,


Auckland University’s new science building is as an over-achiever, from its high-end laboratories to its monitoring systems.

responded with a design featuring an 11-storey tower with a stunning glass façade, which creates The architects say the building is organised to promote social and academic interaction. The university for passersby, and out to the cityscape. The provision of new sheltered edges to the street and ground-plane linkages weave a connective network between the campus community and the wider public realm. and refurbishment to existing labs in the adjoining building to provide an exceptional learning and

research environment. A series of staggered for collaborative working, social engagement and sharing of ideas. The design exceeds strict laboratory code requirements, incorporates the possibility for future expansion, and provides occupants with appealing and stimulating environments. Innovative features abound – there’s an internal updates conditions in each lab. Fletcher Construction was engaged to turn the highly distinctive design into reality. Demolition of the former 1960s science building took six months

The cornerstone of the building is an 11-storey tower with a stunning glass façade which creates to the university campus.

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to complete and required the largest freestanding tower crane in the Southern Hemisphere. When the building was opened last year, the Dean of Science, Professor John Hosking, said he was delighted. “We are extremely proud of this wonderful new building and the superb facilities it “We believe it will make a very real contribution to the excellent research produced here at Auckland, while also using design features that enhance the multi-disciplinary teaching and learning approach so vital for leading universities.”

AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY SCIENCE CENTRE 23 SYMONDS STREET, AUCKLAND OWNER UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND DEVELOPER UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND CONSTRUCTION FLETCHER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ARCHITECT ARCHITECTUS SERVICES ENGINEER BECA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BECA MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RCP OTHER CONSULTANTS DESIGN MANAGER: PRECON; LAB SPECIALIST: LABWORKS PHOTOGRAPHY SIMON DEVITT


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his innovative student accommodation, with its bright colours and strong engineered timber frame, is one of the largest timber-framed buildings in the land. Students at Otago Polytechnic are loving life in the new village. With exposed timber beams, ambient spaces and playful design elements, the building is a versatile high achiever that has been entered into three award categories – Education, Green Building and Multi-Unit Residential.

building guided the choice of structural materials. The frame is cross-laminated timber with laminated veneer columns and the Te PÄ Tauira student accommodation, a mixed development, spans 6000 square metres and includes 231 beds in single dormitory-style, self-contained four-bedroom apartments and self-contained studio apartments.


Otago Polytechnic’s new halls of residence encourage students to circulate and socialise.

The village was built on the shore of reclaimed land from Lake Logan and required careful and thoughtful planning. Rammed aggregate piles were used to provide stabilisation in the soft soils. The project aspired to the philosophies, advocacy and public education goals outlined in the Living Building Challenge [LBC] 3, a green-building The design by Mason and Wales Architects is in conjunction with energy recovery ventilation, natural ventilation and good daylight levels to every

The extensive use of XLam pre-fabricated Cross Laminated Timber [CLT] panels was key to meeting LBC requirements for sustainable materials. It also meant that construction company Naylor Love could assemble the building on-site like a giant jigsaw. The fast-track construction method required meticulous planning, with entire With its challenging reclaimed site, ambitious environmental goals and innovative materials, close collaboration between Mason and Wales, Otago Polytechnic and Naylor Love was essential to the success of this project, with the project team working together from the design stage.

Incorporating sustainability into the village’s build was of particular importance.

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The Polytechnic’s goal was to ensure quality, healthy spaces for all students to optimise their learning.

With Education for Sustainability being a core mission of the design and operation of the village, the buildings are arranged in two separate wings, connected by a translucent circulation link at the main entrance. The Logan Park Wing is oriented east-west, providing apartment and studio accommodation over four levels. The Harbour Terrace Wing is oriented north-south and provides and common areas. The result is not just functional and sustainable, but fun, engaging and educational.

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he pleasant surrounds and imposing brickwork of historic Christ’s College did not escape damage in the Christchurch earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. While some of the buildings

to moderate damage, some had to be demolished and rebuilt and others had to be put back together. Restoration, was completed last year and is an entrant in the Education and Heritage, and Adaptive Reuses categories. The compact heritage project at the south-east corner of the campus involved demolition, structural upgrade and restoration of heritage features. The existing building dovetails with a new extension, which is to cover more than 500 square metres at the heart of the school.


The prestigious Christchurch boys’ school Christ’s College had its Gothic Kitchen Tower restored postearthquake.

The new servery and kitchen are sleek and pristine, but make no mistake – this was a highly technical structural engineering project. The construction included Shotcrete Shear walls, new wall connections between old and new structures, a complete refurbishment of the interior and exterior and heritage stonework. The original tower, constructed in 1925, had to be gutted and rebuilt. Construction company Naylor Love’s sequence required careful planning. While emergency works were carried out in 2010 and 2011 to stabilise the structure from further damage, the building then sat dormant

the old kitchen and servery were demolished, existing parts of the building were left in the tight and delicate footprint. Naylor Love carried out the work in three stages. During the demolition phase, the entire building was stripped and the old kitchen structure was demolished, then rebuilt. The second stage was the structural upgrade. New foundations were built, walls were shotcreted, and linings and heritage features were reinstated. of the building with the upper levels, creating 225 square metres of new space, which has become

The school’s commercial kitchen and servery is now high-spec and modern.

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Historic features, such as original brickwork and windows, were carefully preserved.

This high-spec facility at the heart of the school connects now operates three times a day as a meeting and eating place for students and boarders.

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INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY Project entries in this growth area may include warehouses, storage facilities where the predominant use is industrial, and mixed-use developments where industry is the dominant focus. As awareness of the need for quality design expands, more is being asked of the industrial sector, which represents a high level of investment in the country’s economic productivity.

+ AB EQUIPMENT, HIGHBROOK BUSINESS PARK 12 Pukekiwiriki Place, Auckland

The AB Equipment development is situated on Pukekiwiriki Place, Highbrook neighbouring a Highbrook Park Trust OWNER, DEVELOPER GOODMAN PROPERTY TRUST CONSTRUCTION CALDER STEWART CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT CREATIVE SPACES, ENGENIUM MECHANICAL ENGINEER EXCEL STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ENGENIUM QUANTITY SURVEYOR BQH PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEER: ENGENIUM; ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: T.S. BISHOP; FIRE ENGINEER: HOLMES FIRE; HYDRAULICS: ENGENIUM; TOWN PLANNER: PLANNING FOCUS; GEOTECH ENGINEER: TONKIN AND TAYLOR

+ EARLY SETTLER 15 Maurice Wilson Avenue, Auckland

Early Settler is one of the tenants located at Auckland Airports newly constructed duplex unit speculative development, located within The Landing Business Park. The facility consists of 6160 square metres of clear-span warehousing and OWNER, DEVELOPER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION MACRENNIE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT JWA – JONATHAN WALKER SERVICES ENGINEER ECS MECHANICAL ENGINEER THURSTON STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAY CONSULTING QUANTITY SURVEYOR CUESKO PROJECT MANAGER XIGO OTHER CONSULTANTS SPRINKLER ENGINEER: PROTECH DESIGN

+ FONTERRA 22 Timberly Road, Auckland

The successful delivery of this project has allowed Fonterra to consolidate seven warehouses into one. Situated on a 32,118-square-metre site, the facility includes 14,360 square metres of processing and packing facilities. OWNER, DEVELOPER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION MACRENNIE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ECLIPSE ARCHITECTURE SERVICES ENGINEER JACKSONS ADVISORS, TONKIN AND TAYLOR MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HARRISON GRIERSON QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEER: PROTECH DESIGN

+ MINISTRY FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRIES 17 Maurice Wilson Avenue, Auckland

The Ministry for Primary Industries facility is capable of becoming an emergency response headquarters at any time for space, storage facilities and a 4000-square-metre dog kennel and training facility. OWNER, DEVELOPER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION MACRENNIE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WILLIAMS ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER ELECTRICAL CONSULTING SERVICES MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAY CONSULTING QUANTITY SURVEYOR CUESKO PROJECT MANAGER N-COMPASS OTHER CONSULTANTS SPRINKLER ENGINEER: PROTECH DESIGN

+ POTTER INTERIOR SYSTEMS, THE GATE INDUSTRY PARK 393 Church Street, Auckland with expressed joints, commercial aluminum window system and aluminium louvres for solar control. OWNER, DEVELOPER GOODMAN PROPERTY TRUST CONSTRUCTION WATTS AND HUGHES ARCHITECT CREATIVE SPACES MECHANICAL ENGINEER STEPHENSON AND TURNER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BGT STRUCTURES QUANTITY SURVEYOR BQH PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEER: BGT STRUCTURES; ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: RIGEL ASSOCIATES; FIRE ENGINEER: HOLMES FIRE, STEPHENSON AND TURNER; TOWN PLANNER: PLANNING FOCUS; GEOTECH ENGINEER: TONKIN AND TAYLOR

+ RÖHLIG LOGISTICS 13 Maurice Wilson Avenue, Auckland 30 countries. This is the company’s purpose-built New Zealand headquarters, which is situated on a 12,410-squareOWNER, DEVELOPER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION MACRENNIE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT JWA – JONATHAN WALKER SERVICES ENGINEER ECS MECHANICAL ENGINEER THURSTON CONSULTING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAY CONSULTING QUANTITY SURVEYOR CUESKO PROJECT MANAGER XIGO OTHER CONSULTANTS SPRINKLER ENGINEER: PROTECH DESIGN

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A bold colour palette gives a dramatic edge to the newly constructed Ministry for Primary Industries building near Auckland Airport.


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ibrant and eye-catching, the new Ministry for Primary Industries building at Auckland Airport has the capacity to become an emergency response headquarters if a bio

the purpose-built premises will provide a 4000-square-metre dog kennel and training facility – these important detector dogs even have their own pool. The impressive new building, which is located in Auckland Airport’s innovative The Landing Business Park, is entered in the Industrial category. The Landing Business Park is New Zealand’s leading business park and caters to the logistics, technology and light industrial environment – with more than 100 hectares of comprehensively planned development land, the business park is already home to a number of the world’s largest 3PL and logistics companies. The Ministry for Primary Industries building spans 17,470 square

There is an element of the iconic French Pompidou Centre in the exterior design.

Detector Dog Centre into one location, and means MPI can retain its important presence at the airport. MPI’s director general Martyn Dunne has praised the new customers and stakeholders. “In protecting New Zealand from biological risk, we have a great interest in the international passengers entering through Auckland,” he says. In the 12 months to the end of June 2016, more than nine million international passengers passed through Auckland Airport alone. The detector dogs screen 100 per cent of all incoming international passengers at peak times; having the dog services located close to the airport made good sense. Architect Simon Williams, of Williams Architects, says this was

storage and 4000 square metres for the 80 dogs who reside there.

designing – not least because of the beagles, labradors and harriers. “They have about 80 dogs and they are looked after like

to consolidate several government departments into one facility. Designed so it can be expanded to cater for future growth, it brings

what makes a happy place for a dog and we think we’ve probably done as good a kennel as you possibly could.”

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The multipurpose building incorporates architecture – evident in the stairwells.

was why a pool was incorporated. “The pool’s part of the whole Simon says the building is in a fantastic location at the end of

activities. As a result, rugged materials such as exposed concrete and steel were chosen. “We’ve opened up the building so you can can see how it operates,” he says.

MINISTRY FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRIES 17 MAURICE WILSON AVENUE, THE LANDING BUSINESS PARK, AUCKLAND AIRPORT OWNER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DEVELOPER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION MACRENNIE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT WILLIAMS ARCHITECTS SERVICES ENGINEER ELECTRICAL CONSULTING SERVICES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAY CONSULTING MECHANICAL ENGINEER INDUSTRIAL MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR CUESKO PROJECT MANAGER N-COMPASS OTHER CONSULTANTS SPRINKLER ENGINEER – PROTECH DESIGN PHOTOGRAPHY LUX PHOTOGRAPHY


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Eclipse Architecture director Maurice Langdon says the major design issue was to locate the warehouse bulk on the site, with provision for expansion. This was achieved by placing the warehouse on a diagonal angle.


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The bondorinsulated panels used for the freezer and chiller areas are white for insulation purposes; bands of colour were added to match Fonterra branding.

f you’re a world-leading exporter, you need a world-class warehouse. The Fonterra Distribution Centre at Auckland Airport’s Landing Business Park is a state-of-the-art, purposebuilt facility for the warehousing and distribution of the dairy giant’s frozen, chilled and ambient dairy products, including all

the environment and facilities are designed to blend in with the striking, landscaped environment. Materials include bondor-insulated panels for the freezer and chiller areas, colour-coated steel, a combination of patterned

The project allowed Fonterra to consolidate seven warehouses into one multi-temperature space on a 32,118-square-metre site. The facility comprises 14,360 square metres of frozen (-28ºC to +4ºC) temperature-controlled and ambient space, together

and palisade fencing at street frontage.

uninterrupted expansion of the chiller space for future growth. The challenge for Auckland Airport, the site’s owner and the developer, was to provide something that consolidated the for Fonterra Brands’ North Island supply chain operation. initiatives, from the segregation of pedestrian and domestic vehicle movements away from the operational area to a one-way internal road system. A goal was for the buildings to “speak” to

FONTERRA DISTRIBUTION CENTRE 22 TIMBERLY ROAD, THE LANDING BUSINESS PARK, AUCKLAND AIRPORT OWNER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DEVELOPER AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION MACRENNIE CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ECLIPSE ARCHITECTURE SERVICES ENGINEER JACKSONS ADVISORS / TONKIN AND TAYLOR STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HARRISON GRIERSON CONSULTANTS MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEER: PROTECH DESIGN PHOTOGRAPHY LUX PHOTOGRAPHY

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he distinctive Röhlig Logistics building at Auckland Airport’s The Landing Business Park respects the context of its landscape, while creating a sense of identity and place through strong architectural form. The building responds dynamically to its surrounding environment through large screens that drape over the building. These are angled at one end to align with the chevron pattern of the landscape, and create a twist to the building form that responds to the curvature of the road. Röhlig Logistics is a leading global freight-forwarding company with its headquarters in Bremen, Germany. The company has more than 2000 employees across 30 countries and has been operating in New Zealand for 20 years. The brief for its new Auckland base called for a highly functional

end result is a striking geometrical building that brings movement


The Röhlig building responds dynamically to the road and landscape through the use of a large, perforated screen wrap.

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to the streetscape. Architect Jonathan Walker of JWA says the landscape design at the business park is structured with angles, diagonals and chevrons,

as a pair, responding to the street frontage. They down to a public park at the end.

and that was one of the starting points; to bring those lines and structure right up and into the building. This created some of those angular shapes that we play with,” says Jonathan. Along with double-height glazing, the dark screen that shrouds the building gives it a distinct edge, yet also integrates the form into the wider urban context and landscape. Integration is assisted by the neighbouring building, which Jonathan also

and picked up on that sensual curve of the road and created a dynamic response that would carry you down the road to its end point. It’s quite a sculptural response,” says Jonathan. The roof is a structured cloak over the whole building, says Jonathan. The external materials and colour palette facing out are kept simple and natural, including raw concrete and metallic detail on the metal claddings.

and storage and distribution facilities on a 12,410-squaremetre site. The space includes 6250 square metres of warehousing and a 770-square-metre

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The two buildings are designed to capitalise on the landscaped surrounds of Auckland Airport’s The Landing Business Park.

surrounding greenery and changing skies. This allows the building to be sculptural but not dominant. “The building sits quite recessively behind the landscape and it’s only once you get past the layer of landscape and come up to the building that it’s really quite sculptural and dynamic,” says Jonathan.

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ith its pared-back form and palette, the Potter Interior Systems building makes for a distinctive statement on the Church Street frontage in Penrose, Auckland. Located in the Gate Industry Park and built by the Goodman Property Trust, the building is part of Goodman’s premium industrial estates. The new development contributes to the area through its quality architecture and building materials. Clad in metal and pre-cast concrete panels, the building provides around 5,000 square metres of sought-after space. The building is a portal-framed warehouse

out of the prevailing wind, a cantilevered canopy protects the east-facing warehouse doors. The warehouse ridge line was carefully oriented to be parallel with the Church Street frontage and reduce the impact of the building mass on the street. This is also in line with the adjacent


The portal-framed structure provides around 4500 square metres of space and includes a and amenities block.

warehouse development. The pre-cast panel this, along with additional Colorsteel cladding, gives the building an instantly recognisable and distinctive appearance. When Goodman chose the site, consideration during the design stage was given to maximising its development potential within several constraints.

stormwater main meant there was only one option for the warehouse location. Careful consideration was also given to the appearance from Church

division, if required. Michael Gimblett, Goodman’s general manager of development, said the vision for both this building and the AB Equipment building at Goodman’s Highbrook Business Park – also an entrant in the Industrial category – is about the company’s industrial warehouse space on residual land,” says Michael. Both business parks are in key locations close to arterial routes. “Industrial property is about being well located so your customer can spend less time on the road for transport; which is a big cost component.”

The building is in a key location and close to arterial routes, all of which helps attract quality tenants.

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The building is clad in precast concrete, with louvres on the top-storey windows to moderate light and heat.

Michael says Goodman is very proud of their business parks. “The end product gives a very low vacancy rate and a really strong business because our customers are staying with us.” The buildings were built on spec, which meant the company took a risk without having a customer signed up. “Taking a risk in a time when the market is strong has proven to be successful because we’ve built quality buildings and attracted quality customers to occupy them,” says Michael. Harry Street, design director at GHDWoodhead Creativespaces, says: “That this building was able to be tenanted so quickly is testament to Goodman’s commitment to providing good quality,

POTTER INTERIOR SYSTEMS 393 CHURCH STREET, THE GATE INDUSTRY PARK, PENROSE OWNER GOODMAN PROPERTY TRUST DEVELOPER GOODMAN PROPERTY TRUST CONSTRUCTION WATTS AND HUGHES ARCHITECT GHDWOODHEAD CREATIVESPACES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BGT QUANTITY SURVEYOR BQH PROJECT MANAGER RDT OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEER: BGT; FIRE ENGINEER: HOLMES FIRE; TOWN PLANNER: PLANNING FOCUS; GEOTECH ENGINEER: TONKIN & TAYLOR PHOTOGRAPHY INCREDIBLE IMAGES


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The warehouse is surrounded by landscaping and parkland.


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Dark cladding, a low-pitch roof and pared-back design all contribute seamlessly into the industrial landscape.

he AB Equipment development is part of Goodman Property Trust’s business park on the Waiouru Peninsula in East Tamaki, Auckland. The mixed-use park combines a business town, retail hub and commercial services all within 150 hectares of landscaped ground and parkland. The AB Equipment building has a modern architectural form, with a palette of high-performance glazing, composite aluminium panels, aluminium louvres, structural steel, and precast concrete. The building consists of a 2609-square-metre warehouse with

tracks. We take pride in our buildings and the architects we work with know the high level of product quality we are looking for. We also have signage guidelines to ensure consistency across our estates and we have a focus on planning and ongoing care of landscaping around our buildings.” William says the development is sympathetic to Highbrook’s design theme and creates a business park environment that invites community participation with its parks and amenities.

30 carparks and 894 square metres of loading yards. With clearly

AB EQUIPMENT 12 PUKEKIWIRIKI PLACE, HIGHBROOK, AUCKLAND OWNER GOODMAN PROPERTY TRUST DEVELOPER GOODMAN PROPERTY TRUST CONSTRUCTION CALDER STEWART CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT ENGENIUM STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ENGENIUM QUANTITY SURVEYOR BQH PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC OTHER CONSULTANTS CIVIL ENGINEER: ENGENIUM; FIRE ENGINEER: HOLMES FIRE; HYDRAULICS: ENGENIUM; TOWN PLANNER: PLANNING FOCUS; GEOTECH ENGINEER: TONKIN AND TAYLOR

and visitors has been made paramount. The development borders the Highbrook Park Trust Reserve, Tamaki Estuary. Goodman’s development director, William Main says the design is another quality addition to Goodman’s Property portfolio. “Our design is complementary to the landscape and links to the surrounding parklands which consist of 12 kilometres of walking

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HEALTH & MEDICAL CATEGORY This niche category showcases the best in healthcare building design, with entries open to hospital buildings, medical wings, and surgical and clinical projects. The category recognises improvements in the quality and accessibility of healthcare delivery, how designs meet needs now and the potential for their adaptability in this rapidly changing sector.

+ HILLCREST MEDICAL CENTRE 3 Masters Avenue, Hillcrest, Hamilton

The 10-month design and build project provides a two-storey extension, which expands the existing medical centre. It now comprises 1200 square metres and includes refurbishment to the existing 800-square-metre premises. OWNER QUADCREST HOLDINGS DEVELOPER, CONSTRUCTION, QUANTITY SURVEYOR CONSTRUCTION ADVANTAGE ARCHITECT CHIBNALL BUCKELL MAROVIC TEAM ARCHITECTS MECHANICAL ENGINEER MICON ENGINEERING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER GRAY ENGINEERING OTHER CONSULTANTS ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: MICON ENGINEERING; PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: PINPOINT PROPERTIES

+ WHENUA PUPUKE – WAITEMATA CLINICAL SKILLS CENTRE 124 Shakespeare Road, Auckland

Whenua Pupuke is a clinical education and research centre built to support the training needs of the Waitemata District Health Board’s (WDHB) 6700 staff. The 1188-square-metre building on the shore of Lake Pupuke is located within the existing hospital site and is owned by WDHB. OWNER, DEVELOPER WAITEMATA DISTRICT HEALTH BOARD CONSTRUCTION EBERT CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT JASMAX SERVICES AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER BECA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AURECON QUANTITY SURVEYOR RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL PROJECT MANAGER RDT PACIFIC

+ WIGRAM HEALTH The Landing, Wigram Skies, Christchurch

Wigram Health services the newly established community of Wigram Skies, providing a general medical practice, specialist consultant and radiology care. Continuity of urban design ensures this building sits well within its surroundings. Natural light floods consulting and staff areas to maximise personal wellbeing. Flexible design allows for adaptive re-use. Outside, the porte-cochère links the parking area to ‘The Runway’. OWNER WIGRAM HEALTH DEVELOPER NGĀI TAHU PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION ARMITAGE WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT THE BUCHAN GROUP SERVICES ENGINEER POWELL FENWICK CONSULTANTS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER QUOIN STRUCTURAL CONSULTANTS

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