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
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
TMCo are thrilled with this project delivered to Christchurch Clinical Studies Trust. The TMCo building services were fully integrated into this world-class research facility for phase I and II pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies. It is such a positive project for Christchurch, New Zealand and medical industry with research that valuable in improving quality of life read more
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
The Health Research and Education Facility (HREF) completed in 2018 is on the corner of Tuam and Antiqua Streets. This building houses almost 2,000 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.
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
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
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 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.
TMCo completed engineering services design work for this post-earthquake 10,000m² retail and office building. After consulting EECA, funding was provided for our Mechanical, Electrical and Energy team to detail energy efficient initiatives to reduce overall running costs whilst assessing the CAPEX and OPEX ramifications. Detailed thermal modelling analysis of the base building was completed which read more