The BRANZ redevelopment shows how even smaller projects can be complex. An early challenge was identifying the best procurement process to ensure the project would be delivered on time, within budget and to the required specialist quality.
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Due to careful planning, the removal of asbestos roofing from the administration building at BRANZ ran smoothly with no hazards logged from either staff or contractors.
Maintaining efficiency and productivity through on-going site redevelopment is always a challenge. Four months into the BRANZ project, things are running fairly smoothly.
With most staff required to move office and everyone needing to work while construction activities are carried out, good communications have been crucial during the BRANZ refurbishment project.
The latest thinking in office design is being incorporated into the refurbishment of BRANZ’s main building, delivering an inter-connected and energy-efficient working space.
Refurbishment of the BRANZ research site is under way, coinciding with its 40th anniversary. The $11.4 million upgrade is the first significant improvement on the 5 hectare Judgeford research campus for over 20 years.
The $11.4 million BRANZ refurbishment project is well under way and recently completed two milestones.
The refurbishment of BRANZ’s research site includes construction of the Nikau building, the only major new building in the refurbishment.
After much anticipation, the builders have left, the ribbon has been cut and BRANZ staff have moved back into the newly refurbished Totara building – the final stage of the $11.4 million site upgrade.
For BRANZ, the time had come to consolidate its ageing research campus and find an overall design solution that would cater to the organisation’s needs well into the future.