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Property Council New Zealand

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The Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards are New Zealand’s premier commercial property development awards, celebrating innovation, design and building ingenuity.

As the largest annual property awards dinner, the prestigious night pays tribute to the people and the properties demonstrating cutting edge technology and imagination that shape our urban landscape and catapult New Zealand into the future.


NZME - 2 Graham Street

Mansons TCLM Ltd

Judges' Comments:

“Mansons TCLM Ltd applied their vast experience in the construction industry to deliver a building that provides high quality office accommodation for a number of lessees.

The judges were impressed with the total scope of the project, the co-operation of all stakeholders, the features incorporated and the development efficiencies achieved in delivering quality office accommodation and an outstanding development outcome.”

Award Winners

Rider Levett Bucknall Supreme Award

NZME Central, Auckland

Arrow International Multi-unit Residential Property Award

Best in Category Hopetoun Residences, Auckland

Coffey Education & Arts property award

Best in Category Te Oro - Music and Arts Centre, Auckland
Excellence Chrysalis Childcare Centre, Auckland
Excellence Hutt International Boys’ School, Wellington

Fagerhult Health and Medical Property Award

Best in Category Te Whare Whakapapa - New Zealand
Blood Service - South Island Blood Service, Christchurch Excellence TRG Imaging Shakespeare Road, Auckland

Hawkins Heritage & Adaptive Reuses Property Award

Best in Category 85 Fort St, Auckland
Excellence X Gallery, Auckland

Hays Commercial Office Property Award

Best in Category NZME Central, Auckland
Excellence Fonterra Centre, Auckland

Holmes Consulting Group Tourism & Leisure Property Award

Best in Category The Remarkables Ski Field Base Build, Queenstown
Excellence Otahuhu Recreation Centre, Auckland

myTrends Publishing Industrial Property Award

Best in Category Spark Data Centre Takanini, Auckland Excellence Glassworks Industry Park, Christchurch

Natural Habitats Urban Land Developments Property Award

Best in Category Wigram Skies, Christchurch
Excellence Buckley A Precinct - Hobsonville Point, Auckland

RCG Retail Property Award

Best in Category The Brickworks LynnMall, Auckland

Resene Green Building Property Award

Warren and Mahoney Special Purpose Property Award

Best in Category Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre, Christchurch
Excellence Christchurch North Methodist Church, Christchurch
Excellence Manukau District Court, Auckland
Excellence Otahuhu Recreation Centre, Auckland

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Property Council New Zealand

A not-for-profit organisation representing New Zealand's Commercial, Industrial, Retail, Property Funds and Multi Unit Residential property owners, managers and investors, Property Council covers all forms of commercial property and property investment in New Zealand.

Property Council New Zealand began life in 1976 as the Building Owners and Managers Association, (BOMA), helping to forge a new industry with a clear identity, purpose and increasing political influence. In April 1999, BOMA was re-launched as Property Council New Zealand and it now has a wider focus and a higher political profile, providing more benefits to members.

Branch Executive Committees govern our branch offices in Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Waikato, Wellington and the South Island, while national committees focus on strategic issues including taxation, planning and development controls, research and information, corporate real estate and retail issues.

What we do

We encourage property investment in New Zealand and provide advocacy, research, seminars and networking opportunities. To help create a vibrant commercial property market, we provide timely and impartial research information to assist investment decisions and hold superb events and seminars which provide information and networking opportunities.

Property Council is the only New Zealand property association actively involved with central, local and other government associated bodies. Our strength is in our numbers to lobby. With over $24 billion invested in the New Zealand commercial property scene, Property Council there to be heard.

As an organisation we are proud to be your business partner in creating wealth for all New Zealanders to share in.

Who are our members?

Our 550 member companies range from leading institutional investors, property trusts and financial organisations to private investors and developers. Asset managers, the professions and trade suppliers are active participants.

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Sistema Manufacturing Facility Auckland

The Sistema Manufacturing Facility consists of 44,000m2 of production floor and automated racking, together with 3300m2 of high quality corporate office and 1600m2 of production office accommodation. 3000m2 of plant rooms provide the necessary infrastructure to service the automated production lines.Read the full article on Joomag: & BlogsLicenseStandard YouTube License

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2014 PCNZ Supreme Winner

ASB NORTH WHARF "BEST OF THE BEST" ASB North Wharf has been awarded the top honour at the Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards 2014. The project entry received the coveted Supreme Award as 'the best of the best' at the prestigious annual commercial property development awards. The cutting edge structure also snapped up the best in category award within the Hays Commercial Office Property Award category, and a merit in the Resene Green Building Property Award. ASB North Wharf is a major new office development extending to over 21,000 square metres of lettable area in the emergent Wynyard Quarter. Kiwi Income Property Trust in conjunction with ASB successfully created an innovative, healthy and more productive work place environment in a building fabric seamlessly integrated with advanced operational systems. The development was conceived and completed in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis and has resulted in a sound financial investment for the owner underpinned by a long term structured lease to ASB. It provides an eye catching landmark building for the Auckland waterfront and a major catalyst for future development in the Wynyard Quarter. Convenor of the judging panel John Dunn said the judges were impressed with the total scope of the project. "Everything about this building was impressive. The attention to detail, the co-operation of all stakeholders, the leading edge engineering features incorporated, the commitment to sustainability and the delivery of a very complex project providing quality office accommodation for the ASB's head office." Evaluation criteria also included economic and financial factors, project vision and innovation (including degree of difficulty), design and construction, owner and user satisfaction, and sustainability and efficiency of operation. The evaluation period over three months narrowed the decision -- battling against 64 other project finalists, the judging panel deemed ASB North Wharf to stand out above all others. Recognition was given to 40 projects, geographically spread from Dunedin to Kawakawa. John Dunn said a noticeable feature of this year's entries was the increasing awareness of seismic issues and the initiatives being undertaken to achieve the required levels of compliance while recognising the aesthetic and financial requirements of a successful development. Nine projects received an 'Excellence' Award, presented to properties that achieve a high standard across all judging criteria, with a further nine properties deemed to be outstanding and worthy of additional recognition were granted a 'Best in Category' Award. Merits were awarded where some aspect of the development is compelling. New Zealand's esteemed property industry awards have been running for close to two decades. The awards celebrate positive contributions to the built environment and attract submissions from the country's finest commercial property developments.