A great outcome at the SESOC Awards for Structural Engineering Excellence 2019. Perry Bridge swept up two of the four project categories—taking both the Infrastructure Award and the Small Projects Award. Congratulations to everyone involved in this project.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Stephanie contributed a whooping 16 entries.
Entries by Stephanie
The INNOVATE NZ Awards of Excellence, run by ACENZ, were held in Christchurch earlier this month—and we’re proud to have taken away a Silver Award of Excellence for the Rehua building at the University of Canterbury. Congratulations to everyone involved.
The annual Property Council New Zealand Awards took place on Friday night, and we were pretty excited to see some Consulting (and Holmes Fire) projects recognised in front of the 1,600 strong crowd. A massive congratulations to everyone involved in the winning projects, and those that were nominated! The awards Holmes was recognised in included: […]
We’ve been announced as the structural engineers for the Christ Church Cathedral—and we couldn’t be more elated to help restore this iconic building back to its former glory. Read more here.
Our CEO, Hamish Nevile, talks about the new Construction Sector Accord, Government Procurement Rules, and the path forward to drive quality. Join the conversation here.
We’re thrilled to announce we have been appointed as the preferred consultant for the structural engineering role for the new Dunedin Hospital. The replacement of the existing hospital will be the biggest hospital build ever undertaken in New Zealand. Watch this space! Read more about the project team here.
Exciting to show Seven Sharp around the awesome Commercial Bay development! With a huge office tower straddling two curved rail lines, this project is testimony to the courage and ambition of the team at Precinct. Great to be part of this project—which will really transform the downtown area—alongside a brilliant project team including Warren and […]
“Through Auckland’s summer months just passed, Silo Park was home to a bright yellow machine that faced the sun and made rainbows, all without needing a single raindrop.” Read more about the clever Holmes engineering behind the Rainbow Machine in Idealog.
Congratulations to Lauren Croft, winner of the 2019 Fulton-Downer Silver Medal. Presented by the Engineering New Zealand President, the medal is awarded to an Engineering Professional member who demonstrates outstanding achievement—and we couldn’t think of a more worthy winner. Well done, Lauren—we’re proud to have you on the Holmes team! You can read about Lauren’s […]
We’re really excited to announce that Hamish McKenzie, our Principal, Structures, has been appointed President of the Structural Engineering Society New Zealand (SESOC). Hamish has served two terms on the SESOC Management Committee to date—most recently as the Vice President. If you’ve met Hamish, you’ll know how deeply passionate and committed he is to the […]