50 Victoria Street is one of several Richard Diver and Clearwater Construction partner projects that TMCo provided engineering services for, including government funded energy modelling. The modelling significantly reduced the size of the mechanical plant as the industry standard factors of safety used to oversize plant were not required. The result was a CapEx saving read more
One of Christchurch’s lowest energy using architectural homes and used as a showcase for the what TMCo can achieve with several different energy services utilised throughout this centrally heated house. If you are thinking of building and using an architect, contact TMCo to arrange a walk-through and discussion on how these systems could be integrated read more
This project was a multi-use development for various heathcare services (doctors, surgery, pharmacy, etc). The building was extremely tight spatially for services, but the result is a well-functioning, energy efficient comfortable and quiet environment. The external acoustic consultants created a “unique” structure to project the neighbours from the sound of the external acoustic plant. The 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
The much needed replacement library and community centre replacement building was designed and delivered with full functionality and energy efficiency at its heart, but on a shoe string budget. TMCo provided mechanical, hydraulics, energy, civil and electrical services.
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.
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.
Massive congratulations to our clients at The Craft Embassy winning this hard-earned award! We’ve been very privileged to have been associated with The Craft Embassy and The Terrace development as a whole; completing energy modelling, ground source heat pump feasibility study, award winning tenancy fitouts, hotel design, NABERSNZ and Green Star advice. To see this read more
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 project is a contractor-led design and build package for 90 new accommodation beds. There are 16 two-storey townhouses built on the Dovedale Campus tennis courts next to the Campus Living Villages. Using factory prefabrication technology, the townhouses will be completed prior to Christmas 2017 with students moving into the new accommodation in February 2018. read more
This JV between Calder Stewart and Invercargill City Council provided much needed modern office and new hospitality spaces. TMCo provided mechanical, electrical, energy and hydraulics for this project.
Providing hydraulics, energy, modelling engineering and also peer review services for mechanical, electrical and stage production, TMCo are proud to be associated with the new church development to provide a more permanent home than Majestic’s current temporary post-quake lodgings.