We’ve been involved in a range of projects across a myriad of industries. We think the best way for us to showcase how we work and the breadth of our skills is to provide some examples of some of the most challenging, yet rewarding, projects we’ve been involved in over the years.
Built in 1939, the Awaroa/ Godley Head coastal defence battery sits atop a 120-metre-high cliff, and is ranked as one of New Zealand’s top coastal defence heritage sites. When the time came post-Christchurch earthquakes to look towards restoration, the Department of Conservation commissioned heritage experts Joseph & Associates to manage the project.
Opuke is the Maori name for Mt Hutt. This dominant feature of the South Canterbury landscape is also the home of Methven Adventures’ innovative Opuke Thermal Pools & Spa. Having completed the Glacier Hot Pools for Ngai Tahu Tourism on time and within budget, Tony Joseph, Joseph and Associates Project Director, was approached by Methven […]
The Joseph & Associates team were engaged by Regenerate Christchurch to proceed with the development of a high-level feasibility estimate for the proposed Pavilion in Cathedral Square based on The schematic images provided by Regenerate Input from PTL Structural Consultants and Timber Specialist Engineers Budget costs from local NZ Glulam specialist suppliers Timberlab The client […]
Joseph and Associates provided the project management services for the Punakaiki Rocks hotel – twenty four hotel units constructed adjacent to the State Highway. Involved in all development and construction planning aspects of the project, made significant recommendations to the form and structural aspects and identified cost efficient alternative solutions.
Joseph & Associates provided the project management services for twelve Eco Hotel units, as part of the Punakaiki Rocks hotel. We were involved in all development and construction planning aspects of the project and made significant recommendations to the form and structural aspects as well as identifying cost efficient and eco friendly solutions.
Following the Christchurch Earthquakes, Majestic Church became one of many seeking to rebuild. The plan was to re-establish a vibrant church facility in the heart of the city. This project was about more than just rebuilding existing structures. The solution needed to be multi-functional while maintaining existing elements of the original buildings.
Project brief: Create a commercial but intimate pool operation placed within a remote rainforest. Provide tourists with an additional attraction to the glacier and a reason to extend their stay in the village. The facility needed to be functional, well-designed, combining client vision, engineering excellence and requiring minimal maintenance, leaving the rainforest as if it had never been touched.
Project Description The Old Municipal Chambers building is of exceptional national significance due to its historical, cultural, social, political and architectural values. It is listed by Heritage New Zealand as a Category 1 Place. The Old Municipal Chambers is of national significance as the first Queen Anne styled building in New Zealand; at variance to […]