External condition surveys were undertaken this week for the Dunedin City Council. Heritage Architects, Structural Engineers and a Stonemason consultant were lifted over and around the Dunedin Town Hall and Municipal chambers assessing the building structure. Reports are due soon.
Good progress is being made on the new Mercy Hospital car park. There will be 96 car parks once the development has been completed. The majority of the excavation is now complete and the installation of the under-slab stormwater pipework has progressed. This project has a completion date of 31st July 2018.
The Logic team are making fantastic progress on site at the Manaaki Student Centre. This is an exciting and important project for the Otago Polytechnic as from 5th February 2018, the area will be used to feed at least 120 hungry students (at any one time) that would have moved in next door to the[…]
Logic Group have been engaged to act as the client Project Manager with the delivery of the $2.5 million dollar refurbishment of Discovery World at Otago Museum. The refurbishment will contain 39 new interactive displays. The centre piece will be a 6-metre-high DNA helical slide. Discovery World is due to reopen in December 2017. The[…]
Located in the heart of the Dunedin Campus, the Manaaki Student Centre is undergoing renovations. When the new Otago Polytechnic Student Village opens in February 2018, it will be used as a dining room for 108 hungry students. Not only is the dining room space being increased, but the on-site kitchen, storage and servery areas[…]
By Logic Group Client, Commercial, Facilities Management Jul 18, 2017
Today we received confirmation that we were awarded full FM Services of the National Training Centre in Rotorua. The training centre is sited on a 2-hectare site with some key site features being: An administration building. Fire simulation structures (retail shops, hotel, residential dwellings etc). Simulation areas (service station, motor vehicle crash, train and tunnel[…]
Logic Group recently sponsored a Property Council event on site at the Otago Polytechnic. 40 plus people were taken on site to review the student accommodation project progress, and learn more about the sustainability functions of the building. Afterwards Sam Cadden (Logic Director) answered questions at the Polytechnic Hub.
By Logic Group Business, Commercial, Cost Consultancy Mar 21, 2017
Cost Consultancy has begun its second project with the Rotorua District Council, this time assisting with the refurbishment of the Council offices located in Haupapa Street. The building consisting of 4 floors will have the layout restructured as well as an upgrade of electrical, mechanical and IT services. The project is expected to be finished[…]
By Logic Group Business, Commercial, Heritage Dec 21, 2016
Today Logic Cost Consultancy were added to the design team for the Rotorua Museum. We are proud to be Professional Quantity Surveyor’s on such an iconic project. Prior to the 14th November earthquake, Rotorua Lakes District council had been reviewing and coordinating full strengthening and structural upgrade reviews and had adapted the point cloud mapping[…]
By Logic Group Business, Client, Commercial Dec 15, 2016
The Super Street Arcade game controller with joystick and two over-sized buttons has been installed on the pavement opposite a giant screen on the side of the new Vodafone building today. The link below will take you to a TVNZ one news article for further details. https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/christchurch-outdoor-space-transformed-world-first-giant-arcade-game Logic Group ensures that the Landlords legislation responsibilities[…]
The Shands building is the oldest timber structure remaining in the Christchurch CBD and was located at 88 Hereford street. Known as Shands Emporium more recently it was built on land owned by John Shands, an English immigrant farmer. The land was leased to The Canterbury Provincial Superintendent William Moorehouse in 1859 who in turn[…]
By Logicgroup Business, Client, Commercial, Uncategorized Nov 18, 2016
About 1000 people queued down Cashel Street for the opening of the Glassons and Hallenstein Brothers megastore, high-end clothing shop Superette and Mecca Maxima. These shops opened on Thursday 17th November in the new $80 million ANZ Centre, on the corner of Cashel and Colombo streets. They are first permanent retail spaces to open in[…]