The Ranfurly E1 building is the second stage in a luxury apartment complex in the Ranfurly Retirement Village in Mount Albert. This stage consists of a 5 storey apartment building with 34 apartments and an indoor pool and spa. The building is linked to a previous stage completed by C3 last year and shares common facilities. C3 have been involved with this project from the start in a buildability review capacity carrying through from the previous stage. E1 is trickier than the earlier stage as it is the last building to be built onsite, with no room left within the village. Access and lifting is a major challenge within the operating village. The project commenced in January 2021 and is due for completion July 2022.
The Pacific Lakes village is the construction of a brand new retirement village for C3’s longest standing client. It consists of over 200 villas, 30 townhouses and a number of commercial buildings. The village started in 2019 and is predicted to be going until at least 2025. C3 are starting construction of 9 new villas every month with anywhere up to 65 on the go at any one time. To date C3 have completed 45 villas and 20 Townhouses which are handed over and occupied. This project is huge with so many moving parts to co-ordinate but to date not a single new village resident has had a settlement date pushed out.
Following on from the success of Pacific Coast Village, our client has engaged C3 again to complete the build on their next coastal retirement village. The first phase of this village comprises 16 two storey townhouse units, designed and built to an extremely high quality standard reflecting the clients no compromise attitude to quality, and their differentiated position in the retirement market.
The Block E2 project at Ranfurly Village in Mt Eden, Auckland, was completed by C3 in November 2020, ahead of schedule. The building involved construction of a new 6 storey luxury retirement building comprising of 34 apartments, gym, games room, common areas, a podium link to Block F and basement carparking. C3 was involved in the design process in a ECI role from a very early stage, assisting the client with risk mitigation and value enhancement strategies. The block is one half of the final accommodation building in the extremely successful Ranfurly Village development with C3 currently constructing the next stage of Block E1 in front.
This project comprises 36 high end serviced apartments over two levels as part of the central precinct in the Pacific Coast Village retirement village. In keeping with the PCV Beach House design, this apartment complex utilises high end finishes including exposed timber and stone to achieve the clients vision of quality.
The client has nicknamed this project the Swiss Watch, in reference to the ‘beautiful’ coordination of the many moving parts involved. C3, delivering in excess of 30 Villas in a staged delivery programme, completed all units on time, on budget and to a very high quality standard.
The Beach House is the centre piece of the Pacific Coast Village. Designed by award winning architects Sumich Chaplin, this building sets a new standard for quality of finishes and workmanship. Being involved early in the process allowed the C3 team to fully understand and appreciate the end goals of the client, and to add our unique expertise to the mission of delivering on those goals.