A new landmark on the cityscape, the development is 7-storeys with a trendy rooftop function space with terracing for indoor/outdoor appeal. Design features include eateries and bars at ground level connected by a covered laneway, meeting and private dining spaces on the first floor and 4.5-star quality accommodation above. Construction of the hotel would be read more
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 $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 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.
A recently converted historical motel with rooms inspired by New Zealand. → Completed: 2019 → TMCo provided the structural design on this project.
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
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
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.