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The new facility for the Hearing House in Auckland’s Greenlane is making great progress, with steel framing going up on levels one and two, concrete block walls and in-situ concrete all underway.

The Hamilton building refurbishment is progressing at Plant & Food Research’s Mt. Albert Campus. Three levels of curtain wall glazing are complete!

This is a detail of one of the elevations of the Park Hyatt Hotel, which is currently under construction in Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter. Due to be complete by the end of 2018.

We are delighted to announce that we have been engaged to design a new visitor centre and education facility for the Mangemangeroa Reserve in Howick. At the edge of Auckland’s urban area with views out to the eastern bays, the site has long scenic walks through farmland, native bush and estuary environments.

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http://mangemangeroa.org.nz/

We are excited to see the 6-storey 22m long continuous steel columns for the Park Hyatt Hotel being fabricated in west Auckland.

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The McCahon Residency featured in the NZ Institute of Architects 2017 conference architectural tour of West Auckland on Sunday 12 Feb. Pete hosted over 60 people through the residence and the associated museum.

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Work is progressing on the Park Hyatt Hotel in Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter with the first tower crane now in place.

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We are delighted that the new Joy Fisher preschool was officially opened on November 25th 2016. The adjacent Hearing House is underway and should open in a year from now.

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Next Thursday evening Pete Bossley and Peter Sisam will present the design of the new Park Hyatt Hotel currently under construction in the Wynyard Quarter. The talk will begin at 6.00 at Jasmax in Parnell. Here’s a little more information about what they will be discussing;

Designed with lead designers ar+d of Singapore, the 195 room project builds up to the perimeters of the 100 x 50m block, 7 storeys high, with a large full-height central atrium.  The ground floor comprises a variety of public spaces, with a 5m deep Colonnade circumnavigating the site. Pete will discuss the design process and complexities of working in international design, procurement and construction teams.

And this is the site upon which the hotel will stand…….

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An exciting exhibition has recently opened at The New Zealand Maritime Museum, showcasing architectural designs for Auckland’s waterfront area.

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For more details visit their website here.