Government 


S&T have cultivated an ongoing history with government institutions, with projects involving a variety of user groups for a range of clients.

Our work with the Department of Justice, Child, Youth & Family Services, Hospital & District Health Boards and the Department of Corrections, has seen us investigating and supporting a paradigm shift away from conventional dedicated spaces, towards a model based on sharing and efficiency, allowing for a more cohesive flow to the environments.

Our emphasis on functionality, long life & flexibility is worked within the proviso of providing a safe working environment that is not only serves as a cost effective solution but also can be reliably delivered in an efficient and timely manner.

 


Auckland Regional Women's Corrections Facility ARWCF provides accommodation for remand and sentenced women prisoners within a range of different residential units. Originally built in 2006 to provide 287 residential beds, the bed capacity was increased in 2010 to 469 beds through the installation of bunk beds and expansion for mothers and babies. This doubled the capacity in the low security units and increased the capacity of the high security units by around 50%.

Auckland Regional Women's Corrections Facility

ARWCF provides accommodation for remand and sentenced women prisoners within a range of different residential units. Originally built in 2006 to provide 287 residential beds, the bed capacity was increased in 2010 to 469 beds through the installation of bunk beds and expansion for mothers and babies. This doubled the capacity in the low security units and increased the capacity of the high security units by around 50%.

Mt Eden Corrections Facilit Redevelopment Located in the heart of Auckland city, the Mount Eden Prison redevelopment is designed to meet a multitude of needs – from those of the prisoners and staff to those of visitors and the people who live, work and go to school nearby. S&T’s key challenge in the design of the new facilities has been to respect and respond to these needs, while building a facility that also meets all the security and safety requirements of our client, the Department of Corrections.

Mt Eden Corrections Facilit

Redevelopment

Located in the heart of Auckland city, the Mount Eden Prison redevelopment is designed to meet a multitude of needs – from those of the prisoners and staff to those of visitors and the people who live, work and go to school nearby. S&T’s key challenge in the design of the new facilities has been to respect and respond to these needs, while building a facility that also meets all the security and safety requirements of our client, the Department of Corrections.

Otago Corrections Facility Otago Corrections Facility (OCF) is located near Milton in the lower South Island. The facility was opened in 2007 as a regional prison with a capacity of 485 prisoners. A secure perimeter fence encloses a large open space containing a range of separate buildings for accommodation and prison services. Accommodation units are clustered around centrally located services such as kitchen, industry areas and programme rooms.

Otago Corrections Facility

Otago Corrections Facility (OCF) is located near Milton in the lower South Island. The facility was opened in 2007 as a regional prison with a capacity of 485 prisoners. A secure perimeter fence encloses a large open space containing a range of separate buildings for accommodation and prison services. Accommodation units are clustered around centrally located services such as kitchen, industry areas and programme rooms.

Spring Hill Corrections Facility This multi-award-winning project for the Department of Corrections created a self-sufficient village in Waikato with residential accommodation for 650 inmates, as well as training, industrial, rehabilitation, sports and administration facilities.

Spring Hill Corrections Facility

This multi-award-winning project for the Department of Corrections created a self-sufficient village in Waikato with residential accommodation for 650 inmates, as well as training, industrial, rehabilitation, sports and administration facilities.

 
The Hub New Zealand Defence Force Stephenson & Turner refurbished this 5,000 square metre, factory administration building for the New Zealand Defence Force.

The Hub

New Zealand Defence Force

Stephenson & Turner refurbished this 5,000 square metre, factory administration building for the New Zealand Defence Force.

Hutt City Council New Administration Building S&T's use of ground source pipework, located within structural piles known as thermal piles, was the first of its kind in New Zealand, 

Hutt City Council

New Administration Building

S&T's use of ground source pipework, located within structural piles known as thermal piles, was the first of its kind in New Zealand, 

Martitime School This building was commissioned by the Royal New Zealand Navy opened by the Governor General in February 1996.

Martitime School

This building was commissioned by the Royal New Zealand Navy opened by the Governor General in February 1996.

Masterton Courthouse S&T along with Impact (Project Managers) and Miyamoto (Structural Engineers) recently completed the seismic upgrade and revamp of the Masterton District Courthouse. The building was closed suddenly in December 2011 following the seismic report that found that the building had potential to collapse in a significant earthquake. S&T were to find a cost-effective solution to bring the 101-year old building back to a safe working environment.

Masterton Courthouse

S&T along with Impact (Project Managers) and Miyamoto (Structural Engineers) recently completed the seismic upgrade and revamp of the Masterton District Courthouse. The building was closed suddenly in December 2011 following the seismic report that found that the building had potential to collapse in a significant earthquake. S&T were to find a cost-effective solution to bring the 101-year old building back to a safe working environment.

 
New Zealand Police Headquarters NZ Police National Headquarters, Kaitaia Police Station, proposals for Police Stations in New Plymouth and Rotorua. New Zealand Police provide working environments for their staff which meet the requirements of a design guideline that sets out functional, material and space requirements, as well as standards of finish and fittings performance.

New Zealand Police Headquarters

NZ Police National Headquarters, Kaitaia Police Station, proposals for Police Stations in New Plymouth and Rotorua. New Zealand Police provide working environments for their staff which meet the requirements of a design guideline that sets out functional, material and space requirements, as well as standards of finish and fittings performance.

Special Courts at L1 Chorus House Refurbishment The brief for the Ministry of Justice was to provide an office environment and a suite of facility rooms for Immigration and Protection Tribunal, and the Environment and Employment Courts. The Ministry had a particular need for flexible spaces that could be configured into hearing rooms, courtrooms, mediation rooms, and even interview spaces – a paradigm shift away from dedicated spaces that were often unused and towards a model based on sharing and efficiency.

Special Courts at L1 Chorus House

Refurbishment

The brief for the Ministry of Justice was to provide an office environment and a suite of facility rooms for Immigration and Protection Tribunal, and the Environment and Employment Courts. The Ministry had a particular need for flexible spaces that could be configured into hearing rooms, courtrooms, mediation rooms, and even interview spaces – a paradigm shift away from dedicated spaces that were often unused and towards a model based on sharing and efficiency.

MPI Multi-Purpose Building, Wallaceville A much-needed facility for one of New Zealand’s leading research centres, the National Centre for Biosecurity and Infectious Diseases, as well as the larger scientific community. 

MPI Multi-Purpose Building, Wallaceville

A much-needed facility for one of New Zealand’s leading research centres, the National Centre for Biosecurity and Infectious Diseases, as well as the larger scientific community.