In the last ten years, TMCo’s collaborative 75-strong team (Queenstown, Christchurch and Auckland) have engineered $2bn in retirement village and aged care projects throughout NZ → TMCo have completed the structural, civil, infrastructure, fire, energy, passive fire, fire protection and the full building services engineering packages over hundreds of projects. → A commitment to reducing read more
Community development which over the next eight years will see 335 state homes replaced with around 1,000 new warm healthy homes. Buildability, affordability and sustainability: these are the cornerstones of TMCo’s delivery on these projects leading to ongoing engagement. → Completion: 2019-2028 → One-bedroom to five-bedroom family homes → TMCo engaged as lead fire engineers.
This $17 million library and community centre project is a landmark development for the proposed Rolleston Town Centre, situated on part of the previous Rolleston reserve. This project was designed with Warren and Mahoney (renders shown by WAM) and features strong sustainability features and linkages to the environment it resides within. The larger roading and infrastructure read more
This hospitality and retail project has significantly beautified this exciting new quayside development, with the building’s rustic character featuring a distinctive and appealing offering in this unique shoreline setting. Lyttelton Port of Christchurch’s local investment has been superb and something LPC should be proud of. → Completed: 2018 → TMCo provided the full building services, read more
The new Woolston Community Library is one of the last Council community facilities to be rebuilt following the 2010/2011 earthquakes. TMCo fire, structure, civil and building services designed this award winning project with Ignite Architects (photos courtesy of Ignite).
We wish preschools were this pretty when we were young! Was great working to provide full professional services, structural, civil and fire engineering alongside PRau (Phil Redmond Architecture + Urbanism) on this amazing Reggio inspired Preschool
An opportunity has arisen for an experienced NZ fire engineer, chartered ideally to join the fire engineering team located in either Christchurch or Auckland. This is a fantastic opportunity suitable for someone who is looking to advance their career and working on high profile projects alongside our team, lead by Harry Shaw. You will be read more
TM Consultants were engaged to provide Structural, Mechanical, Hydraulic, Electrical, Energy, Civil, H1 and Fire engineering for the new Gorilla Enclosure at Orana Park. “We are delighted to announce that Orana is the proud recipient of the Zoo and Aquarium Association Australasia’s (ZAA) Large Institution, Large Scale Exhibit Award for the Great Ape Centre. 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
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.
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