Projects

What We Do

Wanaka House

This residential project comprised the construction of a 225m2 split-level home on the hills surrounding breathtaking Lake Wanaka.

The structure was created using block retaining walls to form the basement area, together with a combination of insulated slabs on grade, suspended concrete slabs and structural steel with timber framed walls. 

The roof structure is a mixture of pitched and truss roof construction so as to provide the height of ceiling necessary to maximise the views and natural light in this beautiful lakeside location.

The facade incorporates Linea weather boards, Sumner Stone veneer, triple-glazed window suites and Alpine Tray roofing, complete with high levels of thermal insulation to all areas ensuring year-round comfort.

The modern interior finishes included feature timber floors, built-in joinery elements and ceramic tiled bathrooms.

PROJECT

Wanaka House

TYPE

Residential

CLIENT

Home Owner

LOCATION

Wanaka, Queenstown

STARTED

January, 2014

COMPLETED

July, 2014

BUDGET

$650,000

Other Projects

Kidicorp - New Build Child Care Centre

Kidicorp - New Build Child Care Centre

Delays sometimes seem to be the byword of construction, but when they are caused by building consent issues, they can put great pressure on the construction team when the finish date is fixed and immovable. Such was the case with this important project in Papakura...

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The Sails Building

The Sails Building

The earthquakes of 2010 and 2011 left many buildings in Christchurch damaged. Some have had to be demolished, but for The Sails Building on Ferry Road, Brosnan Construction undertook structural repairs and upgrades, through to interior fit-out.

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Padfield Building Sensory Unit

Padfield Building Sensory Unit

PFR's sensory science unit is an internationally recognised research department that tests both expert and public consumer responses to food and beverage. The scope of this project covered the refurbishing and fit out of L1 of the Padfield Building located at OFR's Mt Albert campus. This included the demolition of existing open plan working areas, offices and some laboratories, and the construction of a new sensory unit and office space. Included in the works is a kitchen area for consumer food preparation, sensory booths, open plan office with meeting rooms and toilet facilities in an area of approximately 700m2.

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Kaiapoi High School

Kaiapoi High School

Following the successful delivery of a new early learning centre on campus in 2018, Brosnan was re-engaged to construct a new gymnasium and adjacent sports courts for Kaiapoi High School.

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