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McConnell Group News

Meshing experience and technology at Waikato's largest hospital

In This Issue

McConnell Property on track ..............2 Green all over.............................................2 `Open Spaces' big and small .................3 Challenging Motatapu .............................3 Round the Bays 2010.................................3 Family Christmas ......................................3 Introducing Mike Wardle .......................4 New Faces .................................................4

Hawkins has started construction on the $118 million Waikato Clinical Centre, the most complex part of the overall Waikato Hospital Service and Campus redevelopment project, and the largest hospital project ever undertaken in the Waikato/Bay of Plenty region. But if you thought visiting this construction site was going to be a simple process - think again.

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Flexible Steelpipe

Large diameter steel pipe is heavy and cumbersome - so it is somewhat incongruous that Steelpipe's edge in the market is its flexibility. Most piling or piping tenders in New Zealand are priced on 12 metre lengths and bulk transport to site. Steelpipe, competing with offshore manufacturers, first and foremost, has to win on price, but in winning the contract Steelpipe will then work closely with its clients to tailor options. James Hawkes, General Manager Steelpipe NZ, explains the Steelpipe advantage. "We are supplying five kilometres of piling for the replacement of Kopu Bridge, a project which will significantly improve access into the Coromandel for residents and holidaymakers. We won the job on price, but since contract start up have been able to prove that sourcing local product has other advantages. If more piles are required we can readily produce them with less time delay to the project. We can modify pile type during the contract to suit driving conditions, and we can match our manufacture to their onsite schedule so that deliveries and payment are more closely aligned to their project restraints," says James. "It's about being flexible and really understanding what will make a difference for our clients. We are currently supplying piles for the foundation structures supporting Transpower's North Island Grid Upgrade project. Once again when we bid the contract we had to show we were competitive on price across 12 metre lengths but since being awarded the contract we have been able to tailor `each foundation' to exact metre requirements supplying 8,9,6 metre lengths or whatever is most efficient for their use. We make up individual packs, specific to each tower's location and ground conditions.

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Largest development phase for Addison

Five kilometres of Steelpipe piling for the replacement of Coromandel's Kopu Bridge.

McConnell Property's Garth Naulls - Quality Assurance Manager, Tamsyn McDonald - Addison Development Manager and Mark Foster - Addison Project Manager, in Addison.

Infrastructure for the next phase of Addison, a McConnell Property master planned community located in Takanini in Auckland, is almost complete. Known as `The Avenues', all roading, lighting, pipework, signage and section requirements will soon be in place so that house construction can ensue. Tamsyn McDonald, Development Manager for Addison says that `The Avenues' has been the largest of the stages to date. "The first two stages of development and house construction added up to 273 houses all of which are sold and have people living in them. The third stage (The Gardens) has 57 homes either completed

or under construction. `The Avenues' which covers 14.9 hectares will include 254 homes, a mix of twostorey, 3 to 5 bedroom, some attached and some detached," says Tamsyn. As the name suggests `The Avenues' is designed around strong, wide avenues which extend adjacent to Bruce Pulman Park, a major sporting and recreational area. The first homes are now under construction with Universal, a new building partner, working on this stage. Addison has been recognised by the Ministry for the Environment as a development that demonstrates quality urban design for communities, the environment and local economy.

McConnell Group Viaduct Quay Building, Level 2, 204 Quay Street Ph: +64 9 374 3300 www.mcconnellgroup.co.nz

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McConnell Property on track

Meshing experience and technology at Waikato's largest hospital

The five-storey Clinical Centre is being constructed right in the middle of the hospital campus, a 24/7 operating environment, but the construction works have been completely segregated from the public and will remain this way through to completion. "We have set the job up so that hospital staff and the public just can't get near the construction activities even though in reality there may be an operating suite only 2-3 metres away," says Hawkins Project Manager Martin Kernighan. "By completely separating the construction environment from the operating environment we minimise safety and environmental risks." Hawkins is also championing new construction technology on this project. "Computerised 3D modelling of the building, together with Building Information Modelling (BIM,) means Hawkins can identify exactly where the new building will interface with existing structures. We will complete a fully, spatially co-ordinated computerised model of the final building to ensure that all the construction components are fully integrated," he says. "Using technology in this way reduces the room for error in the construction process and speeds up document delivery." It is this sort of thinking which meshes 54 years of construction experience in health with the latest in technology that helped earn Hawkins the job. Hawkins Project Director Gary Walker, whose past includes working on the new Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, puts the clinical elements of hospital construction in `the most difficult' category because of its central location in a 24/7 environment, the level of services required, and the many levels of intricate coordination required. "There is the day to day relationship management required with so many people's needs to consider during the preconstruction and construction process. We are working closely with Waikato DHB to minimise the environmental impact of construction processes for everyone, from patients to hospital staff and even for sensitive hospital equipment - noise, dust and vibrations," he says. The Centre will include a 40-place day surgery suite, eight new operating theatres, consultation rooms, intervention suites and a radiology department. Two levels of the adjacent Waiora building will be refurbished, level one including additional radiology facilities and level two, a new intensive care unit and a high dependency unit. Construction will be carried out in three stages with the first stage due to open in March 2012. Hawkins was selected for the job on an `attributes' basis and over the past six months has been working through all the documentation with the client to reach an `agreed' lump sum fixed price. "We have reviewed about 4,500 drawings considering design and buildability and where we are able to help in `derisking' the project, furthermore it is a transparent process that is independently ratified," says Gary. Ian Wostencroft, Project Director for Waikato DHB's Building Programme, endorses the process. "To arrive at an agreed lump sum fixed price has taken an enormous effort and has been very much an open book exercise. Huge projects are only successful when the key parties are working closely together and we have established this partnership approach," says Ian.

McConnell Property is providing development management services for Stage One of the Kawarau Falls Station Resort in Queenstown. Guy Rodger, McConnell Property Senior Project Manager, says that the McConnell Property team (which also includes Martin Daniels, Dean Shields, Adriaan Vlok and Kate Watts) has been working closely with the receivers, KordaMentha in managing out the project. "The majority of the buildings that we are involved with, are almost complete with infrastructure and landscaping for the whole site on track for completion in Spring 2010."

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Flexible Steelpipe

Green all over!

Using a purpose built jig, the first 1575mm diameter steel pipe was swung into place along Auckland's Manukau Harbour Crossing, then installed to match the bridge's alignment.

Mark Scott, Strategic Manager Steelpipe, who looks after Steelpipe's major contracts with Watercare, is 100% service driven. He supports Watercare's sustainable approach to construction. "Watercare is currently in the design phase of a 33km watermain which will provide greater Auckland with sufficient network capacity to cater for population growth over the next 50 years. Intent on minimising the disruption and risks that can be caused by construction, Watercare has fast tracked a small section of this new watermain so that it could be built at the same time as the new Manukau Harbour Crossing. "Steelpipe was successful in winning the work and worked closely with Watercare to manage design, manufacturing and logistical challenges. Each pipe is 1575mm in diameter with a 12.7mm wall thickness. Of the 85 pipes that make

up the 600m harbour crossing section, there are 16 different pipe lengths and configurations. Every pipe is coated with a four-layer corrosion protection system designed specifically to cope with exposure to a severe marine environment. On top of this there are specific `blanked' areas on each pipe where the protection must not be applied so that support saddles, seismic braces and other appurtenances can be affixed. "Storage has been a complex task with the variety of lengths involved, and as construction of the harbour crossing has been on multiple fronts we have worked to supply pipe lengths in the right configuration a week prior to erection. "Although it has been a very complex project it is extremely rewarding to be working at that sweetspot, where engineering and service make a real difference meeting the needs of both Watercare and the Manukau Harbour Crossing Alliance team," says Mark.

The Christchurch Civic Building, assessed by the New Zealand Green Building Council as having the most `Green Star' points for design of any building in New Zealand.

In mid 2010 New Zealand's greenest office building will be opened in Christchurch. The Christchurch Civic Building building, jointly owned by Ngai Tahu Property and the Christchurch City Council, has just been assessed by the New Zealand Green Building Council as having the most `Green Star' points for design of any building in New Zealand. The building has been certified 6 Green Star - Office Design. Hawkins has nearly finished the inner city building, which is a redevelopment of the old Post Office Mail Centre built in the late 1970s. Ngai Tahu Property and the Council worked with Hawkins and a range

Courtesy of Ngai Tahu Property.

of partners to help achieve the feat, including Athfield Architects and Powell Fenwick Consultants. From a construction perspective it's been a chance to put into practice a range of ideas for reducing construction waste through recycling. "I'm proud to say that 86 per cent of all waste on site is being recycled - a sure sign of the team's commitment to the 6 Green Star goal," Project Director Richard Jack says. It's also meant a major training programme for Hawkins' many suppliers and subcontractors to meet the

requirements for Green Star `As Built' accreditation, which is yet to come. Richard says it's been a big team effort. "It's been a privilege to work on a building that uses less energy and resources in construction, as well as in its subsequent use. "This building will contribute to the community and our environment for the next 100 years, at least." A key feature of the Building is its tri-generation plant which allows the building to generate its own electricity from a renewable source - biogas. This is piped from the Council's Burwood landfill site and converted to electricity. The waste heat is used to heat and cool the building, with projected energy savings of $1.3 million per year.

McConnell Group Viaduct Quay Building, Level 2, 204 Quay Street Ph: +64 9 374 3300 www.mcconnellgroup.co.nz

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`Open Spaces' big and small

Challenging Motatapu

`Hawkins and clients combined' entered 29 cyclists and one off-road-marathon runner in the annual Motatapu Icebreaker. The 50km South Island mountain challenge bike course runs through the iconic high country stations from Glendhu Bay, Lake Wanaka to historic Butlers Green, Arrowtown. The route with numerous river crossings, hills to climb, and spectacular views of the Southern high country is only open to the public for this annual event. The fastest time was notched up by Matt Freeman from Coffey Projects, finishing in 50th place with a time of 2.22.57. The first Hawkins rider was Mark Johnston, QS from Christchurch Interiors in 59th place with a time of 2.24.59. The top team entry consisting of Andrew Holmes, Duane Francis (both from Hawkins Queenstown) with ring in Ross McCullock (Consultant Programmer Dunedin Stadium) came in 2nd, and could well have defended their title if not due to a few mechanical issues! Thanks to the Queenstown Hawkins team who hosted the out of towners mostly at their own homes, fed them on Friday before the race and got them to the start-line.

Team Hawkins including staff and clients from Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch and Queenstown, rearing to go!

Hawkins Open Spaces Manager Louise Dunning and Construction Manager Paul McNeil, onsite at Auckland's Orakei Basin - through using an innovative methodology a walkway will be constructed adjacent to the railway line.

Hawkins Open Spaces has spent its first eight months of existence making the most of a broad array of landscape construction and management opportunities. Walkways, school landscapes, highway re-vegetation projects with potential opportunities for foreshore restoration and even zoo enclosures. Landscape Architect, Louise Dunning, who leads the Open Spaces team, combines conceptual skills with large scale project management from waterfront developments in New Zealand to golf and spa resorts in Cyprus, Portugal and the Middle East, plus the experience of running her own business. "Given the current economic environment there aren't too many golf courses on the horizon but we are already proving that we have the knowhow to add value to both small and large scale landscape opportunities," says Louise. Relationships are key. "While we compete and win projects in our own right, such as part of Laingholm School's recent landscape, building relationships and partnering with all divisions of Hawkins is a key part of our focus. Take the Te Wao Nui tender for reconstruction of six enclosures within Auckland Zoo - Infrastructure, Environmental and Open Spaces are working closely with Hawkins Construction drawing on each other's specialist skills to put this bid together as it involves demolition and remedial works, soft and hard landscaping, and building construction.

"We are also working closely with Hawkins Construction's Northern Region team on the landscape design for both Mission Heights School and Papamoa High School. At Mission Heights we have incorporated Green Star principles using locally sourced materials, minimising water use and optimising the available space to create a stimulating, natural environment. And ideally the students will work with Hawkins to implement the design," says Louise. Open Spaces has also recently been awarded the tender for Auckland's Orakei Basin Walkway, a 1km walkway and bridge (which runs along the rail corridor). Open Spaces Construction Manager Paul McNeil is working through an innovative methodology to complete the project by September, this year. Access to the site and piling were two of the largest challenges but working through solutions with Hawkins Infrastructure has given them an edge in both these areas. And larger-scale opportunities are also on the cards. Open Spaces is leading the `Mahi tahi' bid team of AECOM, Boffa Miskell and Woods for the $28 million Onehunga Foreshore Project, involving the design and build restoration of 11 hectares of Onehunga shoreline. Shortlisted as one of three bidders, tenders will be submitted in August. So in just eight months Open Spaces is steadily building a reputation for both able landscape construction and management, and the ability to partner in a larger team framework.

Paul O'Brien from Hawkins Auckland, making the grade!

Round the Bays 2010

Auckland's Round the Bays fun run attracted 40,000 competitors but an estimated 70,000 participants and the McConnell Group contingent numbered 100 not counting supporters! First home was Daniel Brown (33.29 mins) from Steelpipe, followed by Wilf Robinson (36.15 mins) husband of McConnell Property's Rachel Robinson and Owen Frentz (39.28 mins) from Hawkins. First women home were Daniel's sister Louisa Brown (45.58 mins), Tamsyn McDonald (52.22 mins) from McConnell Property and Louise Dunning (53.09 mins) from Hawkins Open Spaces. And it would not happen without the organisers - Hawkins Tara Ross, Tracey, Aaron and Monique Standring, Nicki Gee and Renee, Merv MacDonald; Steelpipe's Sheree Smith and McConnell Property's chief photographer Rachel Robinson.

Left: Winning brother and sister team - Steelpipe's Daniel Brown with sister Louisa and mum Sue. Centre: Most senior competitor, Hawkins Russell Tidmarsh who has just celebrated 65 years and more than 30 years of running Round the Bays, with McConnell Property's Treena Paterson and most junior competitor, 2-year-old daughter Ella. Right: Hawkins Ted Senner, who flew up from Christchurch to be part of the run with Pam Framhein, who in spite of injuries (and not enjoying having her photo taken) even managed to better her 2009 time.

Family Christmas

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Christmas parties for hundreds of Hawkins, Steelpipe and McConnell Property families were held across the country in December - Santa, obviously the favourite attraction, managed to spread himself around all venues - with an enormous thank you to all the organisers.

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1. A sunny day in Christchurch with the bouncy castle, Mr Whippy and Santa. 2. Morgan Oakley receiving his present at the Wellington Christmas celebration. 3. Hawkins helper Nicki Gee rounding up hundreds of Auckland children into age groups to make Santa's job at Rainbow's End easier. 4. Even the Auckland `Under 1s' loved it - Juliet Hamblyn with son Nathan, Kerry Turner with son Jack, and Graham Smith with grandson Freddy Naufahu. 5. Lining up for Santa in Auckland - Audra Neun and daughter Holly, Allan Christie and grandson Victor. 6. John Haru and Graeme Cox feed the hundreds at Rainbow's End.

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Introducing Mike Wardle

Mike's motto could well be `seize the day'... he swears that he wakes up every morning feeling good about going to work, as Chief Financial Officer for McConnell Group. Strange for a guy who, at university, said he would never do cost accounting (which included contract accounting for construction)! "I just love the cut and thrust of it all and the passion that people have for what they do across the businesses," says Mike. Formal Group responsibilities include monthly reporting to the Board; annual audit of the businesses; Audit Committee reporting; Group tax position; risk management; bonding facilities; cash management... and every day brings variety. As McConnell Group's longest serving employee, outside of David and John McConnell, Mike joined in 1995 but he was no stranger to project based businesses or the McConnell Family. For ten years prior to this he worked within McConnell Dowell Corporation working in commercial, financial and treasury roles based in Hong Kong, the Middle East, Hawaii and New Zealand. "My first role with McConnell Dowell was as commercial manager for property developer Hawkins Developments. This was not long after McConnell Dowell had completed a reverse takeover of Hawkins Holdings and we physically relocated Hawkins Developments from Hamilton to Auckland finessing feasibility studies and sales and purchase agreements along the way," says Mike. Who would have thought that 25 years later Mike would still be involved with the Hawkins* brand, albeit not in such a hands-on manner! Mike sees a major part of his role within McConnell Group as a support resource for each of the businesses. "The businesses - Hawkins, Steelpipe, McConnell Property and Element NZ - operate autonomously. At monthly review meetings with each of the businesses we (David, John and I) share an operational overview perspective and then at monthly board meetings we (the whole Board) all look at where the businesses are heading and how we can help them get there." When he looks back on the last 15 years with McConnell Group the biggest changes have been the growth in the scale of the businesses and in the sophistication of how we do things. "Hawkins has obviously grown enormously; Steelpipe is now operating out of NZ and Australia and McConnell Property is today recognised as one of NZ's leading property development companies from a greenfields start," he says. "We do not have the external reporting requirements of a public company but we place significant rigor on our financial reporting, auditing systems and governance structure." "We regularly visit bankers, whether we do business with them or not, and present our position so that there is transparency and clarity around the strength of the Group's position." Mike's loyalty and commitment is constant. "I value the working relationship I have with David and John McConnell. There are never any closed doors. We share a friendship that comes through the enjoyment and trust of working together for a long time." And he has a very competitive streak. In November he biked 80kms with the McConnell Property team in the Taupo Cycle Challenge and he has just completed the Dual Motutapu-Rangitoto Traverse (28 March), an annual 50km mountain bike race, with Hawkins Infrastructure General Manager Fraser Wyllie. He is now gearing up for the Hamner Springs Molesworth challenge in the South Island later this year, which could no doubt involve Hawkins Southern Regional Manager Quin Henderson.

* McConnell Group purchased 50% of Hawkins Construction from Hansen and Associates in 1996, with a full buy-out in 2002. From 1982 - 1994 Hawkins Construction was owned by McConnell Dowell. McConnell Dowell and McConnell Group are linked in `name' only in that Malcolm McConnell was the founder of both entities.

SteeLPiPe NeW ZeaLaND

North Island Coromandel Bridge Auckland - CBD Auckland - West Auckland - North Shore Auckland Auckland Fiji

SteeLPiPe aUStRaLia

Transpower HEB Construction Fletcher Construction Watercare Services Watercare Services Watercare Services Watercare Services Service Engineers

Piling for transmission towers - North Island Grid Upgrade Temporary and permanent piles for the new Kopu Bridge Structural piling for the Victoria Park tunnel enabling works Continued expansion of watermain pipe network in the Waitakere Ranges Renewal and expansion of twin water pipelines over the Auckland Harbour Bridge Relocation of watermain in Jervois Road, due to NZTA work at Victoria Park Tunnel Advanced works of the Hunua 4 watermain, Manukau Harbour Crossing Water pipe for Water Treatment Plant upgrade

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Variety of piling requirements

McCONNeLL PROPeRty PROJeCtS Auckland - Papakura -

Addison - master planned residential community -1500 homes. Development completed on the latest stage, `the Avenues' with house construction underway Anselmi Ridge - master planned rural residential community comprising 175 homes Ascot Parade - premium business quarter, Ellerslie Racecourse - consent for Building 1 issued Titanium Park - 65 hectare industrial commercial business park launched to market

Auckland - Pukekohe Auckland - Greenlane Hamilton - Airport

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McCONNeLL PROPeRty - DeveLOPMeNt MaNaGeMeNt SeRviCeS

Auckland - Albany Queenstown

HaWKiNS CONStRUCtiON Auckland - CBD Auckland - CBD Auckland - CBD Auckland - CBD Auckland - CBD

Private Investor KordaMentha

Development management services for Point Ridge Land. First 4 villas under construction Development management services for Kawarau Falls Station Resort Stage 1

Cooper & Company Cooper & Company Auckland City Council Auckland City Council Auckland City Council

Britomart East I & II building Britomart Oriental Market Carpark Auckland Art Gallery development Marine Events Centre Aotea Square redevelopment

Auckland - Parnell

Auckland - Manukau City Auckland - Manukau City Auckland - Manukau City Auckland - Manukau City Auckland - Manukau City

Bledisloe Estate Trust AIAL AIAL Tainui Group & AIAL Ministry of Education Ministry of Education

Ministry of Education Waikato DHB Geoff Monckton

Birthcare Extension ITB 1st floor development Airport Jobbing 2009/2010 Tainui Airport Hotel Blind and Low Vision Education Network NZ Mission Heights Primary School Stage II Papamoa Secondary School Waikato Clinical Centre

Alpac Factory extension

Papamoa Hamilton

Hamilton

Hamilton Hamilton Cambridge Waitomo Tauranga Tauranga Wanganui

Wellington

Fonterra Co-operative Group BoT of the Te Wharekura O Te Rau Aroha School Waipa District Council Tourism Holdings Tauranga City Council Ministry of Education Ministry of Justice

Boulcott Land Limited

Canpac Shed & Wash Bay Alterations Te Wharekura O Te Rau Aroha School Karapiro Events Centre Waitomo Visitors Centre Tauranga Event Centre Papamoa High School Wanganui Courthouse

Willis Central

Wellington Wellington

Wellington Wellington Wellington

Wellington City Council MoSD

Wellington City Council Orica / Dulux Group NZ Ltd Department of Corrections

Newton Park Flats Masterton fitout

Embassy Theatre Earthquake Strengthening Dulux Firebird

Rimutaka Prison CIE Initiative Stage 1 & 2 Te Puni Village Room Conversions

Wairau Hospital redevelopment New Civic offices CIAL Terminal redevelopment Reserve North Forsyth Barr Otago Stadium Rarotonga International Airport terminal development

Wellington

Blenheim Christchurch Christchurch Queenstown Dunedin Rarotonga - Cook Islands

Victoria University

Nelson Marlborough DHB Ngai Tahu /CHCH City Council CIAL Melview Developments (in receivership) Carisbrook Stadium Trust Airport Authority

New Faces

Dan ashby (pictured) has been appointed Hawkins Construction's Auckland Regional Manager, with long-time leader, Don young, taking on a new National Operations Manager role prior to his retirement at the end of this year. Dan has been working with the Auckland team for the past few months and is looking forward to building on the many successes achieved under Don's highly regarded leadership. Well known in the industry, having spent five years leading Multiplex in New Zealand, Dan has spent his working life in construction developing strong leadership credentials at a project and business level. Don, in his new role, as National Operations Manager, will focus on project reviews, business mentoring and coaching, operations succession planning, and bid/tender reviews. Gary Walker - Hawkins National Front End & New Business Manager - provides strategic development for project opportunities and Bid Strategy on large scale national projects and is Project Director on the Waikato Clinical Centre. As head of the pre-construction team, Gary utilises his 15+ years of leadership in construction and design related roles to provide Hawkins' clients with best practice project management solutions. He also provides Hawkins with a strategic overview of marketing, sector analysis and future industry trends. The new year has seen the return of aidan Donnelly to McConnell Property in the role of Development Manager. Aidan first joined McConnell Property in January 2004 and spent four years working predominantly on the company's commercial/industrial projects. In February 2008 Aidan uplifted himself and his family to Abu Dhabi (`the sandpit') to work for Sorouh Real Estate PJSC, a local property development company. The experience was great but the lure of family, friends, wet weather, winter rugby and the challenge of some very interesting development projects in New Zealand was too much to pass up.

HaWKiNS iNFRaStRUCtURe Rotokawa Wellington Sumitomo Corporation ONTRACK Nga Awa Purua Geothermal Power Station Plant Wellington Rail Station entry

Wellington New Plymouth

Auckland

NZ Transport Authority Contact

ONTRACK

Muldoons Corner, SH2 straightening Ahuroa Underground Gas Storage project

Western track lowering on Auckland Rail network for electrification

Auckland

Auckland HaWKiNS OPeN SPaCeS

ARTA

ONTRACK

Kingsland Station upgrade and extension

Electricification of Auckland Rail network

Auckland

Auckland Auckland Auckland HaWKiNS iNteRiORS Auckland Auckland

Laingholm School

Auckland City Council Hawkins Construction Ltd Hawkins Construction Ltd

Refurbishment of school landscape

Orakei Basin Walkway Mission Heights School landscape design Papamoa High School landscape design

Ernst & Young Westpac Grove Darlow Altitude Aerospace Hawkins Construction Ltd Clarendon Tower Maintenance Duncan Cotterill Forsyth Barr Linwood Intermediate Sch. BNZ Richmond

Six floor office fitout, Britomart East II building Carpentry office fitout 9 floors, Britomart East I building Level 9 Union House, office fitout

Office Fitout

Auckland Auckland - Mangere

Auckland Christchurch Christchurch Christchurch Christchurch Christchurch Christchurch HaWKiNS MaiNteNaNCe

Aotea Box Office fitout (start April) Fitout of levels 7,8,9 CDHB, Whitcoulls Fitout Refurbishment Stage 2

Long term and short term client maintenance contracts

McConnell Group Viaduct Quay Building, Level 2, 204 Quay Street Ph: +64 9 374 3300 www.mcconnellgroup.co.nz

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