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[…]
By Logic Group Client, Commercial, Facilities Management Jul 18, 2017
People, Planet and Profit – These 3P’s (the triple bottom line) provide a great framework for talking about sustainability. The Triple Bottom Line is essentially a reporting system. We have adopted it so it can drive improvements with our impact on the environment and to help us to focus on what we can do to[…]
Congratulations Kannan! Kannan Jagannathan (one of our Facilities Managers) also an Otago Cricketing Umpire, has been named on New Zealand Cricket’s reserve umpiring panel. Earlier this year Jagannathan was named community match official of the year at the NZC awards and was thrilled with his promotion. “The opportunity has been given to me and it[…]
By Logic Group Business, Client, Healthcare Jun 08, 2017
Logic Group recently handed over the Colquhoun Lecture Theatre to the Southern District Health Board, after an extensive environmental clean to remove asbestos in the ceiling space, wall cavities and under croft. The theatre seats 300 and is primarily used by the University of Otago Medical School.
By Logic Group Business, Client, Residential May 24, 2017
The West Wing roof of the Otago Polytechnic Student Village was completed this week, and the services continue to be installed in the 5 floors on this Wing. Today the Dunedin Mayor, Dave Cull, and Councillors Marie Laufiso, Jim O’Malley and Lee Vandervis took the opportunity to view progress.
Logic Group continues to support the Torpedo 7, 12 Hour Naseby Challenge, by being one of the sponsors for the race held on 1 April 2017. This year was the 13th year the day/night challenge was held. The course (a 10 km loop track that suits all levels of riders) is made up of water[…]
We are proud to announce that at the New Zealand Cricket Awards held in Auckland last night, Kannan won the Community Cricket Official of the Year Award. Involvement in the training of umpires within Otago, winning the Dunedin Club Umpire of the Year and the George Clement Morris Match Official of the Year and umpiring[…]
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.
The polystyrene insulation sheets and steel reinforcing are being secured into place today ahead of the first foundation pour. It is envisaged that the pour will go ahead tomorrow. Next week will be a busy one on site as the CLT panels will be delivered from Monday onwards.
700 stone piles for ground stabilisation have been installed for the Otago Polytechnic’s student accommodation building. The laying of the concrete slab will begin this week. Cross laminated timber panels will be delivered mid January. The structure for the 231 bedroom complex will take 90 days to erect. https://www.odt.co.nz/news/campus/otago-polytechnic/hall-residence-marked-out
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.
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.
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.