Northern News : November 10th 2010
10 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 Proud to support Mainzeal Construction in this project Cool Ray offered the Police their specific technical requirements for a multi purpose building. Based in Northland, we offer the technical knowledge to come up with design build requirements in all aspects of ventilation and air conditioning. 09 437 1137 Your local glass and glazing specialists Previously W.E.Woods Glass Phone: 0800 545 800, 09 438 9399 Visit our showroom at 28 Porowini Ave, Whangarei www.metroglasstech.co.nz • Windscreens • Marine Glazing • Moulded Plastics • Polycarbonate • Double Glazing • Splashbacks • Mirrors • Balustrades • Showers 3255411AA NEW ZEALAND'S LEADING COMMERCIAL FLOORING SPECIALIST ESTABLISHED 1960 Ph 09 276 1111 3225807AA GENERAL • STRUCTURAL • STAINLESS PROUD SUPPORTER OF THE NEW KERIKERI POLICE STATION FELL ENGINEERING Ph: 09 402 8277 Commercial -- Industrial -- New Build -- Maintenance Heatpumps -- Home Automation -- Smart Technology Top Electrical congratulate Mainzeal and NZ Police on Stage 1 completion of the new station Ph 09 407 8605 STONECRAFT CONSTRUCTION 38 Matthews Avenue, A TA A • h 408 0751 www.stonecraftconstruction.co.nz Quality Stonework, Blockwork, Concrete & Swimming Pools Proud to have been involved with the construction of the Kerikeri Police Station UPBEAT MOVE FOR KERIKERI POLICE Police station embraces area's history Old and new: The old Kerikeri police station with the new station under construction nearby. Photos: MAINZEAL CONTINUED Page 11 A new police station built by Mainzeal in Kerikeri should meet the needs of police well into the future. The station has enough office space to accommodate the Far North headquarters of the New Zealand Police as well as operational staff. It also has three hold- ing cells, interview rooms, meeting rooms and forensic facilities. Mainzeal says the design incorporates func- tionality, best practice, open plan, service and accessibility, providing flexibility to support changing demands on police in the future. The station was also built with the heritage and environment of Kerikeri in mind, fea- turing stone cladding and landscaping. Mainzeal was awarded the contract on the back of a number of successful projects by its Northland Project Team, including: Alterations to the Kai- kohe Court House Construction and re- furbishment of the Whangarei High Court and District Court Refurbishment of the Maori Land Court and the police district head- quarters in Whangarei. A two-staged approach to the construction pro- ject allowed Kerikeri police to operate from the old station until stage one of the new building was completed. During the first stage, the old house, cell block and garage were re- moved and work began on building the main area of the new station. Stage two began with the removal of the sta- tion building. Construc- tion then started on the custodial and storage areas of the new station. Challenges for the Mainzeal Construction team have been the tight timeframe for the pro- ject, with the main build- ing completed during the wet winter months.
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