The Papanui Club was a post earthquake rebuild designed by RM Designs. TMCo provided all services engineering and energy for this project and the result is a multi-award winning project. More than that, the project is a commercial success with an increase in membership of 350% and a whopping increase in turnover at 760%!
Situated at 136 Moorhouse Avenue in Christchurch, this earthquake replacement building was built with enough flair that it was awarded silver at the 2017 national Commercial Project Awards. TMCo provided all services, energy, structural, fire and civil design for this unique building in conjunction with Phil Redmond Architecture + Urbanism.
The high-tech new offices for Connetics have been engineered by TMCo, providing bespoke solutions to ensure the day-to-day and critical operations of Connetics can maintain operations comfortably and securely. TMCo provided mechanical, electrical, hydraulics and energy systems design with 3D modelling to avoid clashes on site.
TMCo were engaged to provide energy modelling and the business case study for the district heating scheme for this site. The business case was realised and the scheme was accepted with some buildings on site utlilising the geothermal aquifer fed system.
This JV between Calder Stewart and Invercargill City Council is providing much needed modern office and new hospitality space. TMCo provided mechanical, electrical, energy and hydraulics for this project.
Leading the market with bespoke cost-effective and robust accommodation designs, TMCo were selected by the main contractor to deliver new accommodation for Ara’s expanding student base. Designed and constructed on time and under budget – helped by the 3D modelling to avoid clashes on site. TMCo provided electrical, mechanical, fire, hydraulic, civil and electrical engineering.
AutoHub, the largest bespoke vehicle washing facility in Australasia, catering for domestic and commercial vehicles. TMCo are providing all services, fire, energy and structural engineering for this project with custom-designed energy and water reduction and re-use systems.
This brand new, green field development houses TE’s (Tyco Electric) development arm and is a bespoke, state of the art facility. TMCo engineered the building and systems to effect sustainable business operations whilst ensuring both CapEx and OpEx were minimised. Energy modelling provided significant reductions in plant size. TMCo provided electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and energy read more
Sporting two floors for Porsche and the top level for the Christchurch Clinical Studies Trust, this mixed use development delivers the luxury vehicle offering previously on this site with the addition of medical services to the health precinct and hospitality. TMCo 3D modelled in ArchiCAD the services for mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and lighting in this read more
The Health Research and Education Facility (HREF) completed in 2018 is on the corner of Tuam and Antiqua Streets. This building houses almost 2000 Ara Institute of Canterbury students, plus Canterbury DHB education facilities such as a state-of-the-art simulation centre for training both students and clinicians. Some of the University of Canterbury’s health sciences academics read more
The Entertainment Exchange (EntX) is a cinema-based entertainment venue developed by Calder Stewart. TMCo are proud to have provided hydraulic and energy systems design and peer review services for HVAC.
TMCo provided mechanical, energy, electrical and hydraulic services for this project, with significant savings offered by alternative hot water systems design and siphonic drainage systems.