The Woolstore & Te Ana Marina took a Bronze Award at the NZ Commercial Project Awards event held at Auckland Sky City.
The New Zealand Commercial Project Awards, owned and run by the Registered Master Builders Association (RMBA), sets the benchmark for commercial construction in New Zealand. Hilary Blackburn represented Boffa Miskell at the ceremony, as a guest of construction company Naylor Love Canterbury, who submitted the Te Ana project for consideration under the Civic construction category.
Following the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010 and 2011, the Lyttelton port faced unprecedented recovery challenges. The 2014 Port Lyttelton Plan covered a range of projects to be undertaken over a 30-year period, including the development of a modern container terminal at Te Awaparahi Bay, which would enable development of Dampier Bay as a public open space and commercial development area.
Boffa Miskell undertook the urban design, landscape planning, landscape architecture and cultural advisory over the course of the Lyttelton Port recovery planning process. A cross-disciplinary team of consultants worked with our client Lyttelton Port Company (LPC) and mana whenua, Ngāti Wheke, to develop an urban design framework and cultural landscape assessment of the site, along with concept and detailed design of Te Ana along with landscape supervision of Stage 1 of the project.
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27 May 2019