Education Minister Hipkins visited Otago Polytechnic today to view the new Trades Training Centre construction project. The new Training Centre is expected to be completed in October 2022 and will employ circa 200 tradespeople during construction. Logic Group are proud to be the Project Mangers on this iconic project. https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/campus/increase-student-quarantine-beds-depends-demand
Seven riders, along with a very supportive crew member/driver, recently completed the 306km Aoraki (Mt Cook) to Oamaru – Alps to Ocean ride. This adventure could be undertaken over a ‘relaxed’ 7-8 day period, a ‘classic’ 6 day adventure or a ‘fast’ 4 day ride…..from teh Alps to Ocean it should have been all down[…]
Logic Group is proud to partner with Otago Polytechnic to deliver their new Trades Training Centre on their Forth Street Campus in North Dunedin. The Trades Training Centre will provide a specialist and fit for purpose centre for Engineering programmes with general reception, amenity, and staff areas. The proposed building is comprised of three levels[…]
By Logic Group Education, Refurbishment, Uncategorized Aug 14, 2020
Work continues on finishing the O Block extension ahead of the planned completion date next month. Window joinery and glazing installation is continuing – along the ground floor corridor it should be brighter and more pleasant with glazing going in meaning some of the construction hoardings were been removed.
By Logic Group Community, Heritage, Uncategorized Jun 21, 2020
Logic Group commenced Phase one of construction works at St Pauls Cathedral last week. St Pauls is a heritage listed building and as such, all works were signed off by Heritage New Zealand and the Heritage Advisor at the Dunedin City Council. The skylights in the Apse will be replaced over the next few[…]
Work continues to go well at Otago Polytechnic. The milestone of completing the roof on the second wing of the new O Block extension is in sight, with the new roofing iron on the main roof section now complete. Wall framing will continue along the last structural steel installation in the coming week.
By Logic Group Client, Education, Refurbishment, Residential, Uncategorized Feb 15, 2020
Our multimillion-dollar facelift of Dunedin’s Knox College has been completed in time for the start of the new academic year, and handed back to our Client. Knox College master, Doctor Graham Redding was quoted in the Star, February 13th, “Dr Redding praised the work of Project Managers, Logic Group, led by Andrew Voss, who[…]
The exterior cladding is 90% complete and we are preparing the exterior for a wash down and repaint. The scaffold dismantle is progressing and the grassed courtyard will be handed over to the landscapers this week to rejuvenate to grass again after two months of foot traffic.
The project is on track at Knox College this week – Wilson bedroom joinery is being installed to the first of 4 houses and vinyl laying in the bathrooms; Glendining masked and sealed for paint before 25th December; Marshall above grid services QA completed and gib ceiling boards going up; Mackay door install, blocking and[…]
Induction took place this morning at Knox College. The team are energetic and ready for a busy 13 weeks.
By Logic Group Education, Residential, Uncategorized Nov 07, 2019
Well done to the 57 or so contractors responsible for the speedy refurbishment of the University of Otago’s Hayward College have gained the best team award at this year’s Property Council New Zealand southern excellence awards, held in Christchurch. https://www.odt.co.nz/business/hayward-contractors-win-southern-excellence-award
Logic Group are proud to begin a project at Knox College. Knox College, founded by the Presbyterian Church in 1909, is one of New Zealand’s oldest and best-known residential colleges The project, consists of a fire safety upgrade and refurbishment of 71 bedrooms, alterations to all common rooms and kitchenettes with the addition of extra[…]
By Logic Group Education, Residential Oct 21, 2019
On Friday night, our team won the Property Council of New Zealand, Southern Excellence 2019 award, Best Team category for the Hayward College refurbishment that we completed over the 2018/2019 Christmas break. Congratulations to the entire team that worked with us on this project.
By Logic Group Commercial, Education, Residential Jun 14, 2019
The Otago Polytechnic Student Village – Te Pã Tauira, recently won the Housing Multi-Unit category at the New Zealand Institute of Architects awards. We continually feel proud that we were part of this project. https://www.nzia.co.nz/awards/local/award-detail/8148
By Logic Group Commercial, Education, Residential May 18, 2019
The Te Pā Tauira – Otago Polytechnic Student Village won a Silver award in the New Zealand Commercial Project Awards held in Auckland last night. The very excited team made up of Otago Polytechnic and their consultant team celebrated in style.
The University of Otago (UOO) Hayward College Refurbishment project reached the milestone of achieving practical completion at 5.00pm on Friday 15th February 2019 – exactly on schedule. Simon Dalton, UOO Senior Property Manager is pictured with Sam Cadden from Logic Group.
The fourth, third and second floor bedrooms of Hayward College now have furniture in them, thanks to the hard work of all Contractors on site. The project is on schedule, and the last two weeks are going to continue to be as fast paced as the last ten!
The first Hayward College refurbishment project toolbox talk for 2019 took place outside in the brilliant Dunedin sunshine. Between 120-140 people are on site everyday to ensure this project is handed over to the University of Otago in time for the students arrival.
From Christmas games to treats and a visit from Santa, it was a full day at the annual Christmas get-together. 14 children (and their parents) met at Woodhaugh gardens on Saturday for what has become an eagerly awaited event. Not even the slight rain put a damper on events.
Reducing the amount of waste on site at Hayward College has been part of the planning from day one. Timber and metal are being recycled, even the concrete and terracotta is avoiding the landfill and being reused on farm tracks and alike.