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Local shops get upgrade: Priority Projects


Earthquake strengthening work has started at the block of shops on the corner of Straven and Riccarton Roads.

 

 

Priority Projects, a fit-out, design-build and project management company, is working to upgrade the buildings to 100 percent of the NBS code.

Project Manager Jason Turner says construction is expected to take six months, but as work is being done in stages, any disruption will be kept to a minimum.

As well as strengthening the 30-year-old building located at 90 Riccarton Road, a new upgraded fire system will be installed and they will bring all accessible toilets up to compliance.

“Already, the front canopy has been deglazed, we’re using Uracryl paint on the structural steel canopy frame which prolongs longevity, and new aluminium composite panels will be installed above the replacement shopfront towards the end of the project.

“It’s being brought up to 100 percent of the building code. We’ve been working with the building owners for the last eight months through the design and consenting process, and property managers and tenants.”

The Christchurch City Council has worked alongside Priority Projects to allow the utilisation of parking spaces to help minimise disruption to pedestrian and traffic flows in the immediate area.

Since 2009, the Priority Projects team have been offering comprehensive project management of commercial fit-outs, design-build, feasibility studies, earthquake repairs, rebuilds and new construction projects, that stick to the core values of quality, value and results.

www.priorityprojects.co.nz | info@priorityprojects.co.nz | Ph 027 488 8305


 

A retail upgrade


Christchurch’s Priority Projects has now completed full earthquake strengthening to the buildings located at Walker Court, with the tenants remaining operational throughout the process.

 

The retail outlet, home to Burnsco and Paramount Pools, is located at 75 Blenheim Road and made up of four units, across single and double levels.

The Canterbury fit-out, design-build and project management company has upgraded the buildings to 100 percent of the NBS code, which includes substantial new structural steel, upgrade of accessible facilities, new roof and fire protection systems.

Project Manager Kim Lowry says this was a complex project, but everything was completed on time with the anchor tenants remaining operational throughout and efforts made to minimise the effect on their trading.

They are now seeking tenants for two lovely vacant units on the same site.

Priority Projects has undertaken some major concept-to-completion strengthening work since the Canterbury earthquakes, namely Go Bus & Flip Out headquarters at 230 Maces Road, Chester Street Apartments, Harcourts Division Street in Riccarton, and significant residential rebuilds for existing clients.

Since 2009, Director Steve Brownie and the team have been offering comprehensive project management of commercial fit-outs, design-builds, feasibility studies, earthquake repairs, rebuilds and new construction projects, that all stick to the core values of priority service, quality, value and results.

For more information, visit www.priorityprojects.co.nz.

Strengthening is their priority: Priority Projects


Work to strengthen Walker Court, the retail outlet at 75 Blenheim Road, is well underway and on target for completion by the end of November.

 

 

Canterbury fit-out, design-build and project management company, Priority Projects, is completing the earthquake strengthening and renovations at the site that is home to Burnsco and Paramount Pools.

Made up of four units, across single and double levels, the retail showrooms and storage buildings are getting the full treatment, as they upgrade to 100 percent of the NBS code. This includes substantial new structural steel, upgrade of accessible facilities, new roof and fire protection systems.

While work started on site mid-May, the Priority team, made up of Director Steve Brownie and Project Manager Kim Lowry, have been working on the scope, plans and consent documentation for the past 18 months. It’s been a big job, with the added challenge of working around tenants to make sure they remain operational at all times.

Priority Projects has undertaken some major ‘concept to completion’ strengthening work since the Canterbury earthquakes, namely, Go Bus & Flip Out headquarters at 230 Maces Road, Chester Street Apartments, Harcourts Division Street, Riccarton, and significant residential rebuilds for existing clients.

Since 2009, Steve and the team have been offering comprehensive project management of commercial fit-outs, design-builds, feasibility studies, earthquake repairs, rebuilds and new construction projects, that stick to the core values of priority service, quality, value and results.

For more information, visit www.priorityprojects.co.nz or email info@priorityprojects.co.nz

 


 

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Taking Priority: Priority Projects


Since 2009, one name has gained a firm foothold in the fiercely competitive world of local design-build, fit-out and construction.

 

Priority Projects

 

Priority Projects, founded by Director Steve Brownie, offers comprehensive solutions for commercial fit-outs, design-build, earthquake repairs, rebuilds and new construction projects from the ground up. With the combination of being Canterbury owned and operated, and the years of industry technical experience and know-how gained by Steve and his tightly-knit team, you have complete peace of mind. There is no middle man, you deal directly with Steve and the team.

The latest achievements by Priority Projects can be seen at Deloitte House on 151 Cambridge Terrace in the CBD. Five fitouts across three floors, for prominent businesses Fusion5, Learning People, South by South East Architects and Horncastle Group.  Every fitout has been completed in the highest possible standard with no shortcuts taken. Steve and his team have worked closely with the building owner, Stephen Collins, from start to finish.

Priority Projects has been working as one for nearly a decade, bringing hundreds of building projects to life for countless satisfied Cantabrians.

 


For more information visit
www.priorityprojects.co.nz or to chat with Steve personally, call 027 488 8305.


 

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Prioritise your precious time: Priority Projects are experts at helping their clients keep things on track

Beginning a project can be a minefield and managing contractors is time consuming. There are not many companies that are true one-stop-shops, but Priority Projects is unique.

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The company carries out design concepts and feasibility studies, provides building removal, section clearing, strengthening of existing structures (to code or higher), through to full construction, creating workplaces that are interesting and well-designed for staff, and can even find suitable tenants.
“In fit-out work particularly, we work closely with clients and designers to select the appropriate products and finishes, from the type of flooring, air conditioning systems, fire protection and internal wall linings, to the colour scheme, soft furnishings, equipment, furniture, lighting etc to create ambiance and a fantastic environment people really want to work in,” Director Steve Brownie says.
“Our philosophy is to retain clients for life and much of our business is based on referrals. We are extremely proud of our client relationships.”
The catch phrase ‘on time, on budget’ stands true; the company’s deadline track record is 100 percent. Costs up front ensures clients can lock in budgets and timeframes with no surprises, secure tenants or make plans to begin trading.
“We free up clients’ time; they can feel in control without the stress. Our team has a wealth of knowledge and experience and a huge database of industry contacts,” Steve says.
Dedicated project managers guide clients through the process with as much or as little input as they desire and the team’s results speak for themselves.
Visit www.priorityprojects.co.nz and on Facebook, or phone Steve on 027 488 8305.