The Terrace, Christchurch

TMCo were engaged to provide energy modelling and the business case study for the district heating scheme for this site. The business case was realised and the scheme was accepted with some buildings on site utlilising the geothermal aquifer fed system.  

Don Street Development, Invercargill

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.

Majestic Church, Christchurch

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.

Plymouth Lane Development, Christchurch

TMCo provided mechanical, energy, electrical and hydraulic services for this project, with significant savings offered by alternative hot water systems design and siphonic drainage.

Ballantynes Redevelopment, Christchurch

Ballantynes have again committed themselves to the beautification and maintenance of a strong presence in the CBD. This replacement building, including retail, hospitality, offices and car parking is set for completion in 2019. TMCo have pleasure in partnering with Ballantynes to provide mechanical, hydraulic, fire, energy, electrical and civil engineering.

Cholmondeley Childrens Home, Governors Bay

TMCo provided civil, mechanical, hydraulics, energy and electrical services to successfully deliver this community oriented earthquake replacement building. Warm, quiet and secure, guest are provided respite in an environment conducive to relaxing with amazing views of Governors Bay. The heating and lighting systems are low cost, efficient and effective to operate without being obvious.

Spark Building – Cathedral Square, Christchurch

This diamond in The Square further transforms this city into a modern, vibrant and beautiful destination. Providing mechanical, hydraulics, electrical, lighting, communications, fire, civil and energy engineering, TMCo will engineer the 5,085 square metre building mostly occupied by Spark with the balance being retail and hospitality leases. It will achieve a 5 star Green Star read more

100 Moorhouse Ave (5.5* NABERSNZ), Christchurch

TMCo were engaged to provide energy modelling, BMS design, services review and to achieve a NABERSNZ base build rating. Following 12 months of occupation post building completion, the base building rating is certified as 5.5 stars, which means Market Leading performance. This is the first base build NABERSNZ rating in the South Island and was read more

Metropolis, Auckland

Metropolis is a 40-storey, $180m, residential/hotel skyscraper in Auckland. Metropolis is considered one of Auckland’s most exclusive apartment buildings, and as of 2017 it is the tallest residential building in New Zealand. The electrical, mechanical and hydraulic team set out to assess the existing building and provide over 25kWh/m2/annum energy savings through the use of read more

Woolston Tannery, Christchurch

This project included converting the existing Woolston tannery industrial buildings into a new boutique retail and hospitality complex. The main building in this complex contains approximately 35 separate tenants spread across a floor area of approximately 4,200 sq.m with common carpark areas. The client had a tight deadline for this project; a shortage of retail read more

Cramner Gardens, Christchurch

TMCO provided full building services design on electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and energy modelling. The building consists of a basement car park, and four floors of a total of 39 high quality, separately unit titled apartments and is an earthquake rebuild project. EECA funding covered modelling and façade design advice, meaning comfortable conditions could be maintained read more

Greenstar Rating Tool Review

Green Star V3 was the first major review of the Green Star rating tool suite since 2009. As with every building rating system, it is important to refresh the tool to ensure Green Star is up to date and meeting industry needs. The Green Star V3 tool development involved reviewing issues with the current tools, read more