Wai Ariki Hot Springs & SpaWai Ariki Hot Springs and Spa, is a luxury, cultural wellness destination built on the beautiful shores of Lake Rotorua. Wai Ariki means ‘chiefly waters’, and directly connects to the origin of Rotorua’s thermal waters.
The 50-year-old former Auckland University Social Sciences Building (B201) on Symonds Street has been refurbished in a sustainable, adaptive reuse project, and recently awarded the 6 Green Star Design Review from the NZ Green Build Building Council.
Tauhara is a new geothermal power station north of Taupo in the central North Island. Developed by Contact Energy, this power station will displace just over 500,000 tons per year of carbon emissions as fossil fuel generation is shut down.
The Central Rail Link connects two crucial points in Auckland’s transportation network: downtown Waitematā Station (Britomart) and a redeveloped Maungawhau on the Western Line. The project includes twin 3.45-kilometer-long tunnels, plunging as deep as 42 metres beneath Auckland’s city centre.
As more and more people, freight and goods move around the country improved safety and connectivity has been the driving force behind the extension of State highway 1 through to Northland. FDG has the privilege of working with the NX2 Group on this project of national significance, keeping people and businesses moving and making.
To help keep up with the demand across its supermarket network, Countdown New Zealand required a new distribution centre in the Lower North Island Region. The project consisted of 39,000m2 of warehouse and 2000m2 of offices and ancillary structures.
The Pacifica building in Auckland’s CBD will now be the tallest apartment building in the country, housing 295 apartments and 35 hotel rooms. FDG contributed as a key supplier, with fasteners and commercial electrical & plumbing supplies, along with advice and knowledge to multiple subcontractors.
The Commercial Bay development is a project dedicated to bringing together the largest concentration of high-quality retail, food & beverage and luxury hotels in NZ.
Located in Auckland’s waterfront, FDG had the privilege of working with the Commercial Bay Development team.
Following the 2012 Earthquake the City of Christchurch was committed to gain back an important part of their cultural and entertainment landscape. FDG is proud to be involved in the rebuild of Christchurch and in particular a space which is so important to the community.
This luxury hotel located on the water’s edge in Auckland’s Wynyard quarter is another addition to the growing waterfront. FDG played an important role in supplying the ModFrame setup, a modular framing system that supports the internal pipes and services for the plant rooms throughout