→ PAK’nSAVE Moorhouse Ave, Christchurch TMCo completed mechanical, hydraulic and electrical services for this project and assisted in the relocation of both the dairy and delicatessen counters. → PAK’nSAVE Wainoni, Christchurch What once was New Zealand’s largest store, Mike Baker designed the hydraulic services for this project (at a previous consultancy).
→ 2x New Worlds, Christchurch TMCo were engaged to assist with the structural design and the seismic engineering for building services
→ Countdown Richmond, Nelson TMCo have completed the hydraulic services for this project and Green Star, including assisting the mechanical engineers with plant selection and energy modelling. The development also includes pharmacy, commercial and retail. TMCo also assisted with Green Star – to be NZ’s first Green Star rated supermarket. → Countdown Waiata Shore, read more
→ Four Square, Diamond Harbour TMCo were initially engaged for earthquake restrengthening. The decision was made to demolish the building and build a mixed-use supermarket and retail development. TMCo were engaged provide all engineering services (structural, fire, mechanical, civil, seismic, electrical and hydraulics).
TMCo completed the structural, building services, civil, infrastructure and fire engineering for this bespoke project.
TMCo provided professional building service engineering advice to this project. ‘Quake City’ charts the aftermaths of the September 2010 and 22 February 2011 earthquakes and the extraordinary response of the emergency services, international rescue teams, the thousands of volunteers who pitched in to help and the incredible resilience of Canterbury’s communities
TMCo completed several tenancy fitouts in this development ensuring tenant works were complete and integrated into the base build ready opening.
TMCo provided the full building services, including fire protection, design for this project to increase the accommodation capacity of the SIT in Invercargill
Now complete, the Christchurch Convention Centre is a world-class conference facility supported by accommodation, retail, hospitality and public transport. TMCo have provided hydraulics (siphonic drainage) to this project.
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