Air Conditioning City Multi
New Zealand case studies of Mitsubishi Electric’s industry leading City Multi VRF technology. Utilising integrated air conditioning, hot water, ventilation and control solutions.
Carlaw Park was the renowned home of rugby league in Auckland for many decades. However, it remained abandoned for 8 years after closing in 2002 due to health and safety reasons. The new development includes; Quest Hotel Apartments, 10,000 m² of office space, 450 m² of cafes and retail stores.
Part of the Carlaw Park Site re-development.
Upgrade of a failed VRF system.
The new site for the Royal Thai Embassy saw Fletcher Construction completely gut the existing two storey tavern (which had become a blot on the local landscape after 15 years of abandonment) and add a third level extension providing function space and accommodation.
This very large (10,500m²) facility houses 12-15 indoor netball, basketball, and volleyball courts. The building offices were originally designed using Mitsubishi Electric split systems. However, as the project increased in size the system needed to be adjusted to match.
Process cooling of the printing floor area at Datam.
Aorangi House was an existing high rise office block with a dated appearance and equally dilapidated mechanical services. A complete make over of the building was required to attract new tenants. In a market where office space is plentiful, a standard fit out and décor just wasn’t going to cut the mustard...
Providing luxurious comfort, even in sub zero conditions.
This new training facility provides trade and pre-trade courses for the automotive, electrical, refrigeration and building trades, along with non trade courses including call centre training and a diploma in mental health.
Hazeldean Business Park in Christchurch is situated on the former PDL Industries site in Hazeldean Rd. It is a commercial office complex comprising of several multi level buildings supported by a campus style cafeteria facility and multi level car parking building.
This 23 storey building close to the centre of Christchurch’s CBD is Christchurch’s tallest. The building tenants include Rendezvous Hotel and restaurant, apartments and a penthouse office on the top floor.
A new medical centre servicing the township of Cromwell including all medical disciplines usually found in a community.
Queenstown’s high influx of tourists every year creates high demand for 4-5 star luxury accommodation. Over the past 3 years, BDT has been involved in the design, construction, and commissioning aspects of Kawarau Falls Station Reserve, BDT’s second largest VRF project in New Zealand.
The Mountaineer is a retail complex building know under this name since 1885.
The site consists of four buildings; home to the local Court House, a restaurant & bar, and two commercial office blocks. The land and property is owned by Ngai Tahu, one of New Zealand’s largest Maori Iwi.
The newly built enviro-school is amongst the most technically advanced schools in New Zealand that fully integrates with the surrounding landscape. Set between Lake Wakatipu and The Remarkables, this primary school is situated on one of the most sought after spots in Queenstown.
A new office building to house all of WHK’s Invercargill staff.
Building 7 is the newest addition to the coveted Central Park Corporate Centre situated in Penrose, Auckland, just 6kms from the Auckland CBD.
The EMU Maintenance Depot is a large maintenance and office building used as a main servicing hub for Auckland’s new electric trains.
Mitsubishi Electric’s new Infrared Occupancy Controller featuring an occupancy sensor has been installed into Transpower Christchurch’s new offices to maximise energy efficiency and minimise deadweight energy loss.
Located in Honiara the capital city of the Solomon Islands, The ministry of Public Service Building has been designed to house the Minister of Public Service and the staff associated with the 3 main divisions of the Ministry
Avantidrome - the home of cycling is the new high profile Velodrome Cycling facility located in the Waikato
Located in the fast growing Selwyn district, Lincoln Township’s new library and service centre draws inspiration from Lincoln's rural heritage. The building is constructed from metal with stone cladding - materials commonly used in agricultural buildings.
The Clyde Quay Wharf redevelopment complex is built on the existing Clyde Quay Wharf in Wellington, providing 360 degree views of the CBD and surrounding suburbs. The Overseas Passenger Terminal building was demolished to make room for this new retail and luxury apartment building.
Large scale office development located on the fringe of the Christchurch CBD, this 5500sqm commercial office precinct development focused on high quality urban design and the creation of a great workplace. The precinct consists of two three-story buildings.
Located on SH2 in Bethlehem Tauranga, Aspire Health and Sports is a brand new two story multi- purpose gym/health centre.
The Arts Centre is the arts and cultural heart of Christchurch. A Heritage site, the hub is designed to meet the arts, culture, education and creativity needs of Cantabrians.
Located in the Highbrook Business Park in East Tamaki, the brand new Barfoot and Thompson South Auckland Office and Auction Rooms offer state of the art amenities on this purpose built site.
The Crowne Plaza Hotel, Central Christchurch is currently the city’s biggest executive style hotel.
The Warkworth Town Hall is a historical building that has stood at the heart of the community since it was built in 1910. After two years of refurbishments, the building now has plenty of functional space with the main hall, mezzanine meeting rooms and kitchen all available for public hire.
The Re:Vision – Sight Correction Centre, is a private eye clinic designed to meet the varied needs of its patients from standard eye consultations right through to eye surgery.
The Charles Fergusson Tower, which sits tucked behind the Beehive on Bowen Street in Wellington, is part of a $203 million upgrade of the Bowen Campus. Since 2016 it has been undergoing extensive demolition and replacement of the façade, earthquake strengthening of the existing structure to 100% of the National Building Standards and full replacement mechanical services with new systems including specific tenant requirements.
FMG’s new head office in Palmerston North’s CBD is the largest Office development constructed in the city in over 25 years.