Unique skillset and experience
Featured projects that showcases a unique set of skills and experience.
The Pacific Lakes village is the construction of an 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 anyone 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.
Ongoing projects completing at the moment...
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 a 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 carring 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.
Stage 2 of the Macleans Science and Technology Project, currently under construction, involves the demolition of the existing leaking, asbestos clad tech block and science preparation rooms, and the construction of a new 1300m2 science block, creating 9 new science laboratories, 1 new science preparation room, a new workroom and various common and open spaces. The project, which started in the 2020/21 Christmas holidays, will be completed and handed over to the school for use at the end of the 2021 school year. The high level of finish including Duralab wall panelling, raking ceiling grid, exposed cable tray and 6m wide sliding fire door.
This C3/D3 development project is the first Auckland based project to be designed and constructed by the D3/C3 combination. The project, involving construction of 4 x 3 story townhouses and 6 x 1 bedroom apartments started in February 2021. The first stage of the project involved re-purposing the existing 1920’s villa to its new home in Northland with the construction of the new blocks following on. This high end residential project, is constructed of solid and durable materials, such as block and concrete structure, brick façade and aluminium joinery, with a high end internal fitout, it should project a great home to some first home buyers and families alike.
80 Parton Road is D3 Development's first development to get underway and is being built in conjunction with C3. The building is a 1600m2 two storied commercial and retail building. The ground floor is made up of 6 retail businesses and a café and the first floor will be a shared office space. The project is located on a busy arterial road in Papamoa, and before construction could start an existing industrial warehouse had to be dismantled and taken offsite to be rebuilt elsewhere. Construction started in November 2020 with the structure nearly complete. Completion date for the tenants to start there own fitouts is November 2021.
Tahatai Coast is a two stage remediation project on the administration building at Tahatai Coast Primary School. The building had been vacant for two years due to water ingress and hazardous levels of mould. Stage 1 consisted of building encapsulation and a full clean and sterilisation. The building then had to be tested and accredited as being safe by an independent consultant. Stage 2 incorporated the removal of the roofing to repitch the trusses, replacement of building cladding and a internal fitout. The project has its challenges working on an existing building with new discoveries at every step of the way and having to be completed within the live school environment but it means a huge amount to the school community which makes it rewarding. Project commenced November 2020 and is due for completion May 2022.
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.
A great range of projects completed.
Completed in November 2020, C3 were responsible for the construction of the new clubroom facility for Three Kings United (now known as Auckland United Football Club) at Keith Hay Park. The building, designed by Copeland Associates Architects, is a new 950m2 facility, including open plan clubrooms with bar and kitchen, modern changing facility to cater for 6 premiere teams, referee facilities, public toilet block and elevated viewing platform. This project was a labour of love, with C3 first engaged in early 2017, we are stoked with how it came out and happy to have worked with TKU, CAA and Kwanto to get this fantastic project completed.
The Baywave Aquatic Centre Updates project was completed in September 2019. This project consisted of the construction of new changing rooms and new plantroom for the Baywave Aquatic Centre. As well as the new construction there were remediation works to the majority of the glass facade of the building to fix water ingress issues and then internal fitout works to staff offices. The project was challenging as it was carried out whilst the pool complex and the gymnasium were operational and open to public.
he demolition and re-build of the Macleans Science and Technology blocks is a 3 stage project. Stage 1 consisting of the new Technology Block involved the demolition of the existing asbestos clad, leaking facilities and construction of the new 800m2 technology and food tech block, consisting of 7 new teaching spaces, made up of 1 food tech room, 1 computer teaching space, 2 wood working rooms and 3 metal working rooms (including welding bays). Once completed, C3 was responsible for the relocation of the existing tech block machinery and fittings and fixtures, which had to be transferred over during a school holiday period to ensure continuity for Macleans college. Stage 1 of this project involved significant challenges including, working within a live school, removing asbestos and contaminated ground, tight working areas and detailed delivery management to ensure no downtime to the school and no disruptions to the Cambridge exams period.
This project involved the build of a Special Needs Unit on the Flanshaw Road School campus. Special consideration had to be given to materiality and quality of finishes due to the unique requirements of some of the students. C3 is proud to have sourced an alternative, value for money, playground solution to ensure the students would have access to tactile play areas to suit their needs. A project that was humbling to be involved with, C3 loves to be part of delivering buildings for kids who need and appreciate them.
This project, completed in February 2021, was a 2 stage project, firstly involving an enabling works package, undertaking the demolition of the existing asbestos clad classroom and infrastructure blocks and construction of a new carpark and services compound. Then in stage 2, the construction of a new 2 storey teaching block housing 10 classrooms with associated resource and amenities. C3 was engaged under an ECI contract to assist with the buildability of design, with particular focus on site access constraints and logistics. C3 takes its ECI commitments seriously, a detailed report at Developed Design stage ensured clear strategies were identified and reported to the client as a means to mitigate projects risks early on.
This project involves the careful rebuild of nearly a kilometre of covered walkways around Macleans College. To add to the challenge, the existing walkways house the schools main services infrastructure. C3 stepped up to the logistical challenge, managing multiple workfaces, whilst maintain critical access for students and teachers, as well as maintaining live services to the entire school campus.
This design and build project involved the rebuild of Mansfield House, circa 1000m2 of Whanau Block unique to Macleans College. The design team, lead by Roy Bloc of Brewer Davidson Architects, thoughtfully designed a building that fit the Macleans College Whanau Block pedagogy, but also was flexible enough to fit the MOE Innovative Learning Environment standards. Tight timeframes drove split consents and fast tracked design and construct methodologies to ensure completion on time.
This project involves the demolition of the existing Whitecliffs timber yard and the construction of new bus refuelling station, bus wash, significant siteworks and new offsite manufactured modular office buildings.
The Building 6 refurbishment project involved the re-pitching and reroofing of the existing building as well as pouring a new slab internally to a high spec, among other building additions and improvements. Timeframes, driven by the arrival of an international exhibition, were extremely tight. C3 coordinated multiple overlapping workfaces, within a live museum environment to successfully deliver the project on time when others said it was impossible. C3 are proud to have worked collaboratively with the client team toward the successful outcome. A massive effort by everyone involved.
Project Chrysalis involved the full re-fitout of the Douglas Pharmaceuticals offices within a live office environment. Works were staged and C3 was involved in all aspects from temporary furniture hire to people relocations through to the fitout works and final handover. Following the success of the Chrysalis project, the client engaged C3 to complete the addition of a totally new build café style conservatory.
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.