RESUME

As well as the demolition of various smaller buildings and houses for the Christchurch City Council and Private Developers, our major large building demolitions are as follows:

2011

  • Airport Demolition - ongoing
  • Demolition of whole block of buildings from 128 to 132 Kilmore Street and 201 to 209 Cambridge Terrace, ChCh
  • Deconstruction of St. Luke's church, ChCh
  • Deconstruction of St. John's Baptist Church, Manse and Hall, ChCh
  • St. George Anglican Church, Linwood, ChCh
  • Deconstruction of St. Albans Church, Warrington Street, ChCh
  • Vicarage at Merivale Lane, ChCh
  • Church building at 24 Shakespeare Road, ChCh
  • Beckenham Baptist, 146 Colombo Street, ChCh
  • City Mission building, 275 Hereford Street, ChCh
  • Building at 180 Tuam Street, ChCh
  • Building at 186 Tuam Street, ChCh
  • Building at 217 Tuam Street, ChCh
  • Building at 221 Tuam Street, ChCh
  • Building at 223 Tuam Street, ChCh
  • Building at 340 Colombo Street, ChCh
  • Building at 602 Colombo Street, ChCh
  • Building at 640 Colombo Street, ChCh
  • Building at 120 St. Asaph Street, ChCh
  • Building at 225 St. Asaph Street, ChCh
  • Building at 198 Hereford Street, ChCh
  • Buildings at 616, 616C & 618 Ferry Road, ChCh
  • Building at 253 Madras Street, ChCh
  • Buildings and garages at 91 Victoria Street, ChCh
  • Ryde buildings, Rangiora
  • Lincoln University - removal of internal concrete tanks
  • Te Wai Ora building, Hororata
  • Service Station, 127 Peterborough Street, ChCh
  • Glenelg Health Camp, ChCh

2010

  • Airport Demolition
  • Foodstuffs Hornby
  • New World Kaiapoi
  • Belfast School
  • Kaiapoi Museum
  • Kaiapoi Caltex Service Station
  • Commercial Glasshousers, Rolleston
  • Internal strip-out AMI Stadium
  • Houses and buildings for Insurance Companies and Private Developers

2009

  • Various demolition projects for the Christchurch City Council.
  • Woolston Primary School, Christchurch, 8 classroom block and Administration Block.
  • Various burnt-out buildings for Insurance Companies.
  • Various demolition projects for Private Developers.

2008

  • Two-storied, 8 classroom block, and Audiovisual Building, Aranui High School, Christchurch
  • Ten residential dwellings and light commercial buildings demolished for the Christchurch City Council
  • Demolition of 2500m² warehouse buildings in Blenheim.
  • Demolition of burnt-out Leech Building, Rangiora.

2007

  • Demolition of the Shoreline Hotel, Motel, Conference Centre, in Dunedin for Calder Stewart
  • Strip-out of 60metre Fishing Vessel and preparation for sinking at sea for Port Nelson
  • Demolition and site clearance of burnt-out buildings for Tegel Foods Ltd Hornby, Christchurch
  • Demolition of 3 buildings for Ngai Tahu Properties Ltd

2006

  • Demolition of 3 buildings for Ngai Tahu Properties Ltd
  • Demolition of 2 buildings for Works Infrastructure Ltd
  • Christchurch City Council - Pump Station #62 – Demolition of sub-flooring in Containment Chamber
  • Demolition of the 3 Rangiora Timber and Trellis Ltd Buildings for Colin O’Neill Builders Ltd
  • 18-metre Satellite Dish and 25-metre Steel Tower for BCL/Telecom

2004/2005

  • Smiths City, Christchurch – strip-out of 4-storied building for Belvue Development Company Ltd
  • Smiths City, Christchurch – demolition of 3 buildings and drive-thru area for Belvue Development Company Ltd
  • Grey District Council – Demolition of Movie Theatre, Greymouth
  • Rangiora High School – Demolition of burnt-out classrooms
  • Demolition of 2 large sheds, Blenheim Road, Christchurch for Texco
  • Strip out office block building, corner Tuam Street and Montreal Street, Christchurch, for Garry Donnithorne
  • Supervise building move for Garry Donnithorne

2003

  • Ngawhatu Psychiatric Hospital, Nelson – Demolition of 6 large buildings, 1000m² each, for Private Development
  • Wakatipu School, Queenstown – Demolition of 10 Classroom Block, two stories high – for Queenstown Lakes District Council

2002

  • Beaurepaires Buildings, Christchurch
  • Addington Hotel Demolition in conjunction with Texco
  • Boons Bakery – 7 buildings taking up an entire City Block, Christchurch
  • Wakatipu Stadium/Hall, Queenstown – Dismantled for transportation for the Queenstown Lakes District Council

2001

  • Customs Building at Christchurch International Airport
  • Lyttelton Port Coal Company Workshop Building
  • Beckenham Service Centre for Christchurch City Council
  • Large Warehouse Complex for Orion in Christchurch, involving a 100-tonne crane

2000

  • Army Base in Ashburton
  • Industrial Park in Belfast, Christchurch – Demolition of 6 buildings