9. September 2014 12:22
Construction is progressing well on the beachside site in the far north.
1. September 2014 15:58
The house at Waipohutukawa Bay is taking shape, with cladding up on two of the three wings, and the interiors beginning to be finished.
25. August 2014 11:55
Construction has started on a few new sites around the country, with quite a bit of earthworks taking place, here's the large holes in the ground where soon houses will stand...
18. August 2014 09:50
At this year's regional finals for the Master Builder's House of the year awards, our Lang's cove house by PSL construction recieved a gold award as did the Fold house by Lindesay construction, both were in the new homes over $2m category. The fold house also won the outdoor living lifestyle award, congratulations to our fantastic builders!
11. August 2014 11:10
The house in Cable Bay is taking form, here's some recent photos.
4. August 2014 11:50
At Plant and Food Research our design will transform an existing service riser and dark corridor into a new communal stair and series of light-filled meeting hubs.
28. July 2014 14:13
On the 17 July Pete Bossley and Peter Sisam presented the Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom museum and library project to the public in Foxton. A great turnout of around 100 people responded with positive support for the project.
21. July 2014 09:58
The renovations of an 80's Bossley House in St Heliers is now complete, and looking great.
15. July 2014 11:54
The exciting modifications to the Hamilton building at Plant & Food Research's Mt Albert campus are proceeding well, and detailed design is underway.
1. July 2014 16:41
Our senior associate Peter Sisam recently visited Honiara where construction will be beginning shortly on a new Regional Eye Clinic which is the result of a collaboration between the New Zealand Government, The Fred Hollows Foundation (NZ) and the Solomon Islands Government. The clinic and health centre focuses on sustainable design, being completely off-grid with respect to power, water and wastewaster. The project once operational will treat up to 11,000 people a year for various eye conditions.
The ground breaking ceremony....
See an in depth article on the Fred Hollows website here
News coverage by the Solomon Star here