Brancott Estate Heritage Centre

Client:

Pernod Ricard

Location:

Blenheim

Date Completed:

2011

Significant Stats:

Single storey restaurant and cellar door, with separate board room.

Concrete floor, precast panel construction, with Pukaka stone wall dug into hillside on South side, and roof constructed of waterproofing membrane, grid, and filter fabric, topped with Pukaka stone.

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Challenges:

Constructed on a very small area along a hill ridgeline, the project had limited access as well as a tight timeframe for completion.

After winning the project by tender, the client wished to increase the size of the building by 50%. This meant it had to be completely redesigned, consented and priced. With no change to the timeline due to an event booked for the Rugby World Cup, it had to be ready on time.


Success:

It opened on time as per the contract.


Proportion of Resources:

Robinson Construction delivered the Overall Project Management and the traditional Concrete, Carpentry and Finishing trades. Using subcontractors for Structural Steel, Roofing, Electrical, Hydraulic, Mechanical, Fire Services, Joinery and Painting.


Key Personnel:

Nick Robinson (Project Manager)

Jim Western (Site Managers)

Ray Meaclem (QS)


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