Logic Group are proud to be the Project Managers on the new $51.6m library and civic centre in Ashburton. This new building will incorporate a Heritage building. $3.0m has been allocated by the Ashburton District Council for additional sustainability design elements. https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/mid-canterbury-selwyn/115073401/new-civic-centre-library-approved-for-ashburton
The Maniototo Hospital new build is progressing well, with painting and floor coverings underway in the main Hospital. The access road is being prepared for asphalting and the Boiler House, Wood Chip Bunker and related services are well underway.
Otago Polytechnic celebrated the opening of its $1.5m redevelopment of its Bannockburn site this week. Students will start using the new facilities in early 2019. This new Trades and Brewery building is the second stage of a two-stage, $3.0m project at the Central Campus. A $1.5m student accommodation complex opened earlier this year. Click here[…]
“Ashburton District Council has today announced the appointment of Logic Group as the Project Manager for the Council library and administration building project”… Read More
Great day had by all at the recent golf day! Logic Group entered a team and sponsored a hole for the Property Council Annual Golf Day which was held at Otago Golf Club last Friday. This team – Sam Thornburn, Cameron Olsen, Rosie Clark and Nick Thornburn got right into the spirit of the day.[…]
By Logic Group Community, Education, Facilities Management, Uncategorized Oct 23, 2017
Logic Group have been engaged by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dunedin to undertake Building Warrant of Fitness (BWOF) and Health and Safety auditing on their 27 integrated schools in Otago and Southland. This involves assisting with streamlining the BWOF process, reviewing current contracts and providing a greater level of reporting to ensure the Diocese’[…]
Logic are pleased to have been appointed by Windsor Presbyterian Church to project manage the proposed redevelopment of their Community Church in Invercargill. This week we attended the first monthly project control group meeting. Following the demolition of the previous 1927 church building due to structural concerns in 2016, an exciting new development for Windsor[…]