The Otago Polytechnic Student Village has been chosen as a finalist in the Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Property Industry Awards. The building will be judged in three categories, Gib Education Property Award, Resene Green Building Property Award and Arrow International Multi-Unit Residential Property Award. On Friday 15th June, the announcement will be made[…]
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 new Otago Polytechnic accommodation was successfully handed over to Campus Living Villages on 11th February 2018. The 231-bed furnished residential village offers fully-catered single rooms (dorms), and self-catered studios (standard or deluxe) and four-bedroom apartments. The Village has been constructed with the environment firmly in mind. Sustainable materials have been used throughout, such as[…]
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.
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.