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Tram Road   A TC3 home on a solid foundation This project was the first TC3 building to be constructed using screw piles in conjunction with a Firth Ribraft foundation in a residential environment. Piletech’s in-house engineering team worked to find a solution to comply >
Completed: Apr 2013
Location: Christchurch
Application: New Foundations
The New Venture - Te Mahi Hou  Marsden Point Refinery is New Zealand’s only oil refinery and has a reputation as one of Asia Pacific's safest and most reliable refineries. Piletech was contracted to install piles for the new pipe-rack to Refinery's project The New Venture-Te Mahi Hou. >
Completed: Jul 2013
Location: Marsden Point Refinery
Application: New Foundations
The Canterbury University Engineering School  When their Engineering School suffered extensive structural damage in the 2011 earthquake, the University of Canterbury faced the same dilemma as property owners’ right across the city: demolish and start again, or repair and retrofit the damaged structure? Consultants >
Completed: Apr 2013
Location: Christchurch
Application: Existing Structures
Te Koraha House - Preserving heritage  Te Koraha House is a heritage structure built in 1886 by the Mayor of Christchurch, Arthur Rhodes and used by Rangi Ruru School since the 1920s.  The building’s unreinforced concrete foundation was extensively damaged and experienced settlement as a result of >
Completed: Sep 2011
Location: Christchurch
Application: Relevelling / Existing Structures
St Andrew’s College – Preparatory school standing proud  In April 2010, Piletech completed piling work on the St Andrew’s College Preparatory School building in Merivale, Christchurch. Piles were installed to depths of 14m – 17m below ground level into a dense founding layer and Mainzeal proceeded with construction of the >
Completed: Apr 2010
Location: Christchurch
Application: New Foundations
Sparks House - A new foundation  Sparks House is a three level commercial building south of Christchurch city centre that suffered significant damage in the February 2011 earthquake.  Following engineering inspections, the building was deemed recoverable however, along with a complete re-fit, a new >
Completed: Jan 2012
Location: Christchurch
Application: Existing Structures