Heritage

183 Montreal Street, Christchurch

183 Montreal Street, Christchurch

Finance House. Refurbishment of this two level beautiful historic premises for Southern Finance. With good use of timber throughout the work included the installation of feature mouldings and a new balustrade to the stairwell and ceiling features. All workmanship in keeping with the buildings original heritage.

Architect Parlante Design

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45 Horseshoe Lake Road, Christchurch

45 Horseshoe Lake Road, Christchurch

Christchurch Golf Club. This wonderful heritage building has now received a number of working visits from Hanham & Philp personnel over the years.

Initially the Nineteenth area, the Managers office and the first floor ladies facilities were extended and refurbished. A later contract encompassed structural improvements to the North elevation to allow for the extension of the Gallery area that looks over the eighteenth hole. At the same time a new commercial kitchen and associated bar area were installed. More recently a new Driving Range building was constructed for the Club.

Architect Trengrove & Blunt Architects

Structural Engineer Powell Fenwick Consultants

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Corner or Colombo & Hereford Streets, Christchurch

Corner or Colombo & Hereford Streets, Christchurch

TSB Bank House. This major works to a central city landmark building just outside Cathedral Square was undertaken for the TSB Bank. Work incorporated earthquake strengthening from the basement up through the three levels above ground to bring it up to the current Building Code requirements. The location on one of the busiest central intersections in the city meant careful logistical planning for people and vehicle movements.

The fitout of the ground floor for the Bank’s key retail presence in Christchurch required finishing work to the highest standard and the ability to work with the larger than normal tolerances due to the building’s age and resultant movement over time.

Architect Boon Goldsmith Bhaskar Team Architecture

Structural Engineer Powell Fenwick Consultants

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