NELSON: PITT & MOORE
When Network Tasman needed to undertake seismic strengthening of their two storey building in Nelson, Scott Construction was commissioned to complete the work.
This aesthetic strengthening work includes exposed structure elements, all visible to help achieve an industrial look and feel within the building. To help achieve this brief, the second level of the building has no ceilings so you can see the exposed original roof sarking alongside the additional strengthening work which has been completed.
This project was managed by Don Robertson from Tasman Consulting and the structural engineering was undertaken by Craig Thelin from CDT Consultants.
HIGH LEVEL FIT OUT
Alongside the completion of this seismic strengthening for Network Tasman, new tenants, Pitt and Moore, undertook a purpose-built, high-level fit-out of the two storey 400sq meters of office space the called home, no small job.
Working with Red Box Architects, Scott Construction completed the fit-out. Parts of the project were completed at the same time as the strengthening work. By managing these two parts of the projects simultaneously; it made the process faster for the client.
The client liked the fact that they were able to fit-out an existing building to meet their exact requirements with speed and efficiency, important to any company undertaking fit-out work.
The strengthening work required additional structural steel and saw the installation of a new ceiling.
These now, earthquake safe office spaces included polished concrete floors, new wall linings, glazed petitions for the office spaces and a new in-situ concrete staircase.