Projects

What We Do

Queenstown Fire Station

To date, Brosnan Construction have completed two key aspects of this upgrade programme.  Firstly, the forecourt replacement project which involved the uplifting and removal of a 600m2 concrete slab, drainage improvements, sub-base grading and the installation of a new concrete slab system using several dowelled joints.

The team then completed a structural upgrade to the training tower, which involved the installation of new structural bracing elements along with a full repaint and balustrade replacement.

Working directly with the NZ Fire Service as our client on the project, we ensured that the works have been carried out whilst ensuring the Fire Station was able to be fully operational at all times throughout the project.

PROJECT

Queenstown Fire Station

TYPE

Industrial,Civic

CLIENT

New Zealand Fire Service

LOCATION

Queenstown

STARTED

January, 2014

COMPLETED

July, 2014

BUDGET

$250,000

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Wanaka House

Wanaka House

Building a new home for the owners is always a privilege, but when it’s overlooking the stunning scenery of Lake Wanaka, then it takes on a whole new imperative. Delivering a great place to live was as important as finishing on time and on budget.

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The Sails Building

The Sails Building

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Reefton Area School

Reefton Area School

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Padfield Building Sensory Unit

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