The 13-month rebuild of Christchurch’s historic Knox Church was a complex project.
A $35 million apartment and retail complex in Auckland’s central business district is stage one of a three-stage development.
This advanced timber building utilises the first machine-detailed LVL from Nelson Pine.
This ‘craypot’ building is constructed entirely in timber and is the first in the world to use shear walls of CLT and LVL.
It is what isn’t in this building - constructed four floors above the ground on an existing structure - that makes it unique.
A $42 million revamp of four former brewery buildings is nearing completion after an extremely tight nine-month construction period.
The new police headquarters in Rotorua merges culture and innovation, and develops the application of PRESSS technology.
Warren and Mahoney’s elegantly sinuous bridge spans Auckland’s Tamaki Drive, connecting Parnell.
A new 265m-long rolling bascule bridge in Whangarei, designed by Knight Architects, interprets the Maori fish-hook form.
New Zealand’s most advanced sustainable building is complete, after an 11-month build that posed significant challenges.
This triangular building gains its strength from a mass of concrete and steel reinforcing, and its circular core.
A world-class cycling facility is taking shape near Cambridge. We talked to Livingstone Builders about this complex build.
The PwC Centre revitalises what was a vacant site for more than 15 years.
Tides, whales, and carpenters in diving gear were just some of the obstacles faced in the first stage of this mammoth project.
The Carlton Hotel packs a lot of punch for its size, combining modern design with a heritage-inspired fit out.
The $10 million remediation of a retirement complex in Papamoa is challenging the status quo.
Due for completion in mid-2013, The Crossing will feature five buildings around a podium base linked by an open-air plaza.
These 1970s Wellington council apartments are undergoing a $37 million seismic and functional upgrade.
Utilising bespoke building methods, a wellness centre near Queenstown is the first of its kind in New Zealand.
A 141-metre back country suspension bridge is the longest of its kind to be built in New Zealand since 1926.
Three35 is the first building in New Zealand, and possibly the world, to utilise an innovative damage avoidance technology.
Auckland’s East Quadrant finished office building by Dominion Constructors creates a vibrant eastern gateway to the city.
A Category II tunnel in one of Wellington’s largest suburbs is earthquake-strengthened by Fulton Hogan.
This heavy-timber structure on the edge of Christchurch’s red zone will house IT companies displaced by the earthquakes.
The administration building of Tip Top’s iconic Auckland factory has had a makeover. Progressive Building gets up close.
This rebuild project in Christchurch will overlook Latimer Square, which has become a focus for post-quake activity.
This project incorporates the latest in seismic design technologies.
This extension in Wellington comprises two bridges, a stream, steep terrain and retaining walls.
The RNZAF’s new maintenance facility gets top marks with its five star green rating.