A huge congratulations to the 88 entrants in the 2018 Commercial Project Awards!
Livingstone are elated to announce the success of Cobb & Co. Dunedin in the Commercial Fit Out Category, where it won a Gold Award and a Value Award. Judges’ comments noted the ‘Passionate clients took on the brave task of fitting out one of New Zealand’s most recognisable historic buildings, the Dunedin Railway Station, as a Cobb and Co family restaurant. The contractor completed the project on time and on budget, with the City Council as landlord and Historic Places constantly looking over their shoulder. Although based in Hamilton, the contractors hired virtually all labour and subtrades locally, at the client’s instance. They showed outstanding management skills in bringing the trades together to complete this unique project.’
The David O. Mckay Stake and Cultural Event Centre was entered into the highly competitive Civic and Arts Category, winning a Gold Award for this outstanding stage of the Temple View Project.
Every year, Livingstone have projects nominated at these prestigious Awards, which showcase project who are setting the benchmark in commercial construction across New Zealand.
These awards are all about celebrating the completed construction project, the teams involved, relationships developed and the process that achieves a successful project.
Entrants are open to all New Zealand based commercial construction project partners including Contractors, Architects, Building Owners, Engineers and Quantity Surveyors etc.
With the potential for nominees to achieve Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards as well as National Category wins and the coveted Supreme Award each year.
Livingstone is extremely proud both developments received top awards in their categories – especially with the high calibre of the competition.