Property Industry Awards 2016: winners

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Rider Levett Bucknall Supreme Award winner – NZME building, Auckland CBD.

Rider Levett Bucknall Supreme Award winner – NZME building, Auckland CBD.

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Arrow International Multi-Unit Residential Property Award (Merit) – One Market Lane, Wellington.

Arrow International Multi-Unit Residential Property Award (Merit) – One Market Lane, Wellington.

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Coffey Education and Arts Property Award (Best in Category) – Te Oro - Music and Arts Centre.

Coffey Education and Arts Property Award (Best in Category) – Te Oro - Music and Arts Centre.

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Coffey Education and Arts Property Award (Merit) – Te Kongahu - National Museum of Waitangi.

Coffey Education and Arts Property Award (Merit) – Te Kongahu - National Museum of Waitangi.

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Hawkins Heritage and Adaptive Reuses Property Award (Merit) – Te Pa University of Otago Childcare Centre.

Hawkins Heritage and Adaptive Reuses Property Award (Merit) – Te Pa University of Otago Childcare Centre.

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MyTrends Industrial Property Award (Merit) – Yashili Infant Formula Plant.

MyTrends Industrial Property Award (Merit) – Yashili Infant Formula Plant.

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Holmes Consulting Group Tourism and Leisure Property Award (Excellence) & Warren and Mahoney Special Purpose Property Award (Excellence) – Otahuhu Recreation Centre.

Holmes Consulting Group Tourism and Leisure Property Award (Excellence) & Warren and Mahoney Special Purpose Property Award (Excellence) – Otahuhu Recreation Centre.

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Resene Green Building Property Award (Merit) & MyTrends Industrial Property Award (Best in Category) – Spark Data Centre, Auckland.

Resene Green Building Property Award (Merit) & MyTrends Industrial Property Award (Best in Category) – Spark Data Centre, Auckland.

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The Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards took place on Friday 17 June 2016 at Vector Arena.

The black-tie gala dinner is an annual celebration of excellence in property development judged on economic and financial factors, project vision and innovation, design and construction, owner and user satisfaction, and sustainability and efficiency of operation. 

The Supreme Award of the evening was conferred to the NZME building, which was developed by Mansons TCLM and is home to NZME Central Headquarters, Meredith Connell, Maersk Shipping and Pernod Ricard. The development is situated in Auckland’s CBD. 

Chief judge John Dunn says he was delighted to see the Supreme Award go to the impressive development, commenting, “The NZME building is an outstanding property development. Not only did it deliver an exceptional financial result for the developer, but high levels of sustainability were incorporated into the design and exemplary tenant usability and satisfaction have been achieved.”

About 1,500 property professionals from around New Zealand attended the Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards.  

WINNERS LIST

Rider Levett Bucknall Supreme Award

  • NZME, Central Auckland

Arrow International Multi–Unit Residential Property Award

  • Hopetoun Residences, Auckland (Best in Category)
  • Kāinga Tuatahi - Eastern Portion, Auckland (Merit)
  • One Market Lane, Wellington (Merit)
  • Vert Apartments, Auckland (Merit)

Coffey Education and Arts Property Award

Holmes Consulting Group Tourism and Leisure Property Award

  • The Remarkables Ski Field Base Build, Queenstown (Best in Category)
  • Sir Owen Glenn National Aquatic Centre, Auckland (Merit)
  • Sumner Surf Lifesaving Club, Christchurch (Merit)
  • Otahuhu Recreation Centre, Auckland (Excellence)

RCG Retail Property Award

  • The Brickworks LynnMall, Auckland (Best in Category)
  • Ebbett Audi and Ebbett Volkswagen, Hamilton (Merit)
  • Northwest Shopping Centre, Auckland (Merit)

MyTrends Industrial Property Award

  • Spark Data Centre, Auckland (Best in Category)
  • Fuji Xerox, Auckland (Merit)
  • Hellmann, Auckland (Merit)
  • Ideal Electrical, Auckland (Merit)
  • Mainfreight Hamilton, Hamilton (Merit)
  • Yashili Infant Formula Plant, Waikato (Merit)
  • Glassworks Industry Park, Christchurch (Excellence)

Warren and Mahoney Special Purpose Property Award

  • Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre, Christchurch (Best in Category)
  • Auckland International Airport – International Terminal Building, Auckland (Merit)
  • The Christchurch RSA Clubrooms, Christchurch (Merit)
  • Christchurch North Methodist Church, Christchurch (Excellence)
  • Manukau District Court, Auckland (Excellence)
  • Otahuhu Recreation Centre, Auckland (Excellence)

Fagerhult NZ Health and Medical Property Award

  • Te Whare Whakapapa – New Zealand Blood Service  – South Island Blood Centre, Christchurch (Best in Category)
  • New Mental Health Inpatient Building (Ngā Rau Rākau), Hastings (Merit)
  • TRG Imaging Shakespeare Road, Auckland (Excellence)

Hawkins Heritage and Adaptive Reuses Property Award

Natural Habitats Urban Land Developments Property Award

  • Wigram Skies, Christchurch (Best in Category)
  • Buckley A Precinct – Hobsonville Point, Auckland (Excellence)

Hays Commercial Office Property Award

  • NZME, Central Auckland (Best in Category)
  • 33 Bowen Street, Wellington (Merit)
  • Public Trust, Wellington (Merit)
  • Trustpower, Tauranga (Merit)
  • X Gallery, Auckland (Merit)
  • Fonterra Centre, Auckland (Excellence)

Resene Green Building Property Award

  • Fonterra Centre, Auckland (Merit)
  • Spark Data Centre, Auckland (Merit)
  • Waiheke Library, Waiheke Island (Merit)

 


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