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[…]
By Logic Group Business, Client, Commercial Dec 15, 2016
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 Logic Group Business, Client, Education, Residential Nov 30, 2016
It was full steam ahead last Friday (25th November) with ground stabilisation and foundation preparation well underway for the 231-room Otago Polytechnic new student accommodation building. The foundations are scheduled to be poured mid-December closely followed by the arrival on site of the CLT (cross laminated timber) panels on the 16th January 2017.
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[…]
The 5 tonne MRI machine was lifted out of level 1 of the Clinical Services Building on Saturday 12th November. The waiting room, triage and reception of the Emergency Department were temporarily evacuated while the lift took place. The replacement MRI is due to be lifted into the same space in the next week.
The time-lapse of a 2 year construction period for the ANZ Centre in Christchurch
By Logicgroup Business, Client, Feasibilities, Healthcare Nov 07, 2016
Today marked the successful lift of a 4 tonne electrical transformer onto a concrete pad. A crane was needed as the site was inaccessible by any other means. The transformer is part of the new energy strategy for the Mercy Hospital site.
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Fibre reinforcement and grout jacketing of the existing capping beam structure being implemented to minimise any invasive works to heritage fabric on going.
A drill rig began working in Dunedin on Friday 28th October on a circa $20 million project, of which Logic is Project Manager, to build an accommodation complex to house Otago Polytechnic students. Read more here : https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/20m-student-housing-complex-work-starts
Cashel Street retail designs completed and shop fit out commenced in Oct for a Nov trade date.
Roof diaphragm works completed allowing a complete investigation of the roof structure to be carried resulting in a design change to proposed capping beams Oct.
Logic Group attended the Otago Polytechnic Cancer Society Spring Ball held at the Dunedin Town Hall. We were proud to attend such a wonderful event.
Corporate tenant fit out designs completed and coordinated base build and tenant fit out under way ready for Feb 2017 completion.
We were recently appointed on 3 panels for the Ministry of Education – the 10 Year Property Panel, PM Minor and PM Major Panels. Logic are very proud to continue our partnership with the Ministry of Education.
The ANZ Building achieved the critical design mass allowing the base isolators to be unlocked and operative while the ground anchors were tensioned up. This then allowed the dewatering pumps to be turned off and removed. This concluded the in ground and civils seismic works.
URM rubble core fully resin injected and building stabilised allowing damaged interior reinforced concrete skin to be removed.