The Ministry of Health has today awarded Steel Pencil the construction modelling for Stage 1 of Christchurch’s $650m Burwood Hospital Redevelopment. Health Minister Tony Ryall said “it was one of the biggest and most complex hospital building projects in the history of the country's public health system. The rebuild will go a long way to take the pressure off Canterbury health services and s
Steel Pencil is awarded the construction modelling for the new Te Awahau Medical Centre in Foxton, NZ. The soon to be constructed centre will be built on the land between Manawatu College and the Foxton Returned Services Association.
The Kilmore Street Medical Centre is a new three storey building in the Christchurch central business district. The building contains operating theatres, day stay facilities and consultant rooms for a range of medical practices. Steel Pencil provided the construction modelling and shop drawings for the structural steelwork.
The new specialist centre as part pf the private hospital caters for a wide range of specialist areas. The hospital can now carry out 4000 - 4500 procedures a year due to the new premises.
Steel Pencil were commissioned to provide shop drawings for the new auditorium which also featured an elliptical building to the side which will contain the chapel.
Steel Pencil was commissioned to produce shop drawings for the new youth center, this project was unique as it was the first project for Steel Pencil which consisted of Hebel Roof Panels (lightweight concrete).