The Riddiford Street Medical Centre recently picked up a silver award at the New Zealand Commercial Project Awards. Congratulations to Freear Philip who constructed the building and entered it into the awards. Waiting for the opportunity to do another project like it…
Here is the latest batch of photos to come from the medical centre project in Newtown.Enjoy.
The main part of the exterior works are drawing to a close for the medical centre. Internal fitout is under way with much of the services going in. Shouldn’t be long till the scaffold is down and the bulk of the building will be properly seen for the first time. New street awning to come in the new year.
Last pieces of butynol to go down and the medical centre will be fully roofed.
Internal layouts for all floors taking shape, first fit for many of the trades about to take place so site is about to become very busy. Aim is to have all cladding and painting done before Christmas break so scaffolding can come down.
Metal roofing being installed, building wrap is all but done and windows starting to go in.
Got up on the roof today. Plywood substrate going down for membrane roof and rafters ready for metal roof.
Some more pics from site in Newtown. Cladding starting to go on and roof framing in progress.
Some images from site meeting last week. Second floor wall framing was being tilted up. Cladding at ground level to come soon.
Check out the latest at the medical clinic. Pretty awesome scaffolding bridging over the right of way.
Bit of an image showing one of the light wells for the new medical clinic. Hopefully that dirt will one day be a thriving native garden.
Here is a image of the steel structure for the lift shaft.