Landscape architecture award win for HG

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Landscape architecture award win for HG

April 2017

Last night, landscape architects from our urban design team won an Award of Excellence in the commercial category of the NZILA Resene Pride of Place 2017 Landscape Architecture Awards.

The award was for our landscape architecture work, led by Megan Tongue and supported by Lisa Jack, on the Tait Communications’ high technology business campus in Christchurch. The campus and landscaped grounds were described by the former PM, John Key, as an example of how the Christchurch rebuild will make the city the best and most liveable in New Zealand.

Commissioned by Hughes Developments Limited, which was representing Tait Communications, we provided virtually a one stop shop for consultancy services on all aspects of the project - with close collaboration between our urban designers, landscape architects, civil engineers, planners and surveyors.

Our landscape architects provided detailed layout and landscape design for the surroundings of the new HQ building, including its passive and active recreation spaces, extensive car parks, and stormwater features. They worked closely with our urban designers and civil engineers from concept to implementation. And our planners and surveyors obtained all resource and subdivision consents for the project, and completed all the project and cadastral surveying requirements.

Congratulations to everyone at HG involved in the Tait Communications project, particularly Megan and Lisa.

View project photographs and a detailed case study here.