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.
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
This project included converting the existing Woolston tannery industrial buildings into a new boutique retail and hospitality complex. The main building in this complex contains approximately 35 separate tenants spread across a floor area of approximately 4,200 sq.m with common carpark areas. The client had a tight deadline for this project; a shortage of retail read more
Green Star V3 was the first major review of the Green Star rating tool suite since 2009. As with every building rating system, it is important to refresh the tool to ensure Green Star is up to date and meeting industry needs. The Green Star V3 tool development involved reviewing issues with the current tools, read more
This was a repeat client who used TMCo to lead, design and mange a more advanced, larger and energy efficient building following the demise of the previous premises following the Christchurch earthquakes. Fully detailed services, civil, energy and structural engineering from the team, including EECA funded energy modelling and EECA capex grants made this project a collaborative read more