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

Other Projects

Woodend School

Woodend School

Brosnan Construction were awarded the contract to construct an 800 square metres 2 storey redevelopment in the growing North Canterbury township of Woodend. The scope for Woodend School included a new two storey eight classroom block. In addition to this, there are some minor weather-tightness repairs for the three remaining buildings. At the completion of the project, the demolition of a two classroom cebus unit will be completed.

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Te Pa O Rakaihautu

Te Pa O Rakaihautu

Brosnan Construction have deep experience of working within the Education sector, rectifying and improving school buildings and environments for the children of New Zealand to safely study and grow.

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North Shore Hospital Building 5

North Shore Hospital Building 5

North Shore Hospital Building 5 was constructed in the 1960’s for the purpose of being occupied as staff accommodation. The structure of the building consists of an inadequately filled concrete masonry reinforced exterior cladding with a hollow clay block used as formwork for the 70mm concrete floors. The 2nd story resides of a mix of internal concrete brace walls and structural timber holding the light weight roof. The new purpose of the building is to create a hospital outpatients ward on level zero and offices and teaching facilities on level one and two.

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North Shore Hospital - Day/Family Room Refurbishments

North Shore Hospital - Day/Family Room Refurbishments

Working in the heart of a live hospital environment always poses a number of challenges. This project involved the refurbishment and modernisation of six family lounge rooms across different levels at the North Shore Hospital and had a short timeframe for delivery, resulting in the Brosnan team having to be highly creative with some of their working solutions.

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