Delegat's Wine Estate's 5000m2 expansion is the largest winery in New Zealand to house all its tanks under one roof & process up to 2000 tonnes per day of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir grapes.
The Southern Precinct Project (SPP) Stage 1 will be a long-term phased development that will help manage its growth while providing a significant boost to the Victorian economy during both its construction and operation phases. Stage 1 focuses on the area south of the existing Terminal 3 (Virgin Australia and REX) and around Terminal 4 (Tigerair) with first phase of Stage 1 is expected to be co
Steel Pencil were engaged to provide an as-built 3D model of the existing structure so the building could be assessed for seismic reasons due to the Canterbury earthquakes. This proved to be a very cost effective method to begin assessments.
Construction of a new two storey commercial building for Kirk Roberts Consulting Engineers on the corner of St Asaph Street and Barbados Street in the Christchurch CBD following the Christchurch rebuild. The Barbados Street building was designed to the new building code, allowing for additional structural earthquake resistance. The building was commissioned by The Right Honourable Prime Mini
Steel Pencil were involved in the construction modelling of the new showroom and service facility for Archibalds European car dealership.
Orion New Zealand Limited owns and operates one of the largest electricity distribution networks in New Zealand. Steel Pencil were commissioned to construction model and detail the company's new Headquarters in Christchurch, New Zealand.
The purpose-built 7500 square metre police station, built at a cost of $22 million, incorporates the Department of Corrections Southern Regional Office, as well as the Southern Communications Centre for Police and Fire Service emergency calls. The new Christchurch Central Police Station was officially opened on the 14th of February 2013 by the Minister of Police and Corrections, Hon. Anne Tolle
After the New Zealand wide trauma of the Canterbury earthquakes in September 2010 and February 2011, it is a good feeling to see Christchurch start its rebuild. Steel Pencil is involved in several projects. One particularly interesting one is the acclaimed “cardboard cathedral”, more properly known as the Transitional Cathedral. Designed (pro bono) by famous Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, th
An old supermarket in Levin was perfectly located to convert into an expanded public library, and the extra space allowed for a whole raft of community facilities to be included, all on a shoestring budget using local contractors and sub-contractors. Good team work and collaboration by all resolved issues as they arose to produce a superb place of learning. NEW ZEALAND COMMERCIAL PROJECTS AWARD