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Hobson Street Hotel

CLIENT

Fletcher Construction Company

CONTRACT VALUE

$150 Million

SCHEDULE

LOCATION

Auckland CBD
This 12 storey, 300 room, five-star hotel is all part of the redevelopment of Hobson and Nelson Streets and contributes to the rejuvenation of the city’s western quarter. FDG was the supplier of all support products for the HVAC and plumbing sub-contractor as well as designing the multi-service frames in the plant room that services both the Horizon Hotel and the New Zealand International Convention Center.

FDG Products Supplied

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ModFrame multi-service modules

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Strut and Pipe clamps

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General tools

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Fasteners and secure on site Storage

Key features

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12 storey

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300 room

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Five-star hotel

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Joins the Sky city casino and NZICC with 2 air bridges.

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Part of the redevelopment of Hobson and Nelson Streets

“While under construction, FDG supplied an onsite-shipping container customised as a Stock Replenishment base, to house the required products and ensure downtime for the sub-trades was kept to a minimum.”

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