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S&T Taranaki are on the Move!

S&T Taranaki are on the Move!

After 3½ years at the Manifold Space on Devon Street, our New Plymouth Office is moving!

Headed by S&T Registered Architect Daryl Austin, our new home will be located just up the road on the first floor of Chamber House’ at 42 Egmont Street, above the Taranaki Chamber of Commerce.

Built in the early 1900’s for the State Fire Insurance Company, 42 Egmont Street is well known for its distractive two full-height composite Ionic-Corinthian columns with bronze entablature and pedestals that support a plain moulded cornice and framing the central door. Delicate Classical detailing enhances the door opening and the central raised parapet, and special internal features are the stairwell with cast iron balusters and newels and marble dado.

S&T Taranaki will officially be operating from Chamber House from Monday 12th November, please feel free to call in for a catch-up and a coffee!

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2018 Property Council NZ Awards

2018 Property Council NZ Awards

This winning 'Dream Team' was recognised twice at the 2018 Property Council New Zealand Awards held at Auckland's Spark Arena on Friday 15 June.

It was a great night for the team who took out the top Heritage & Adaptive Reuses Property prize, and a Merit Award for Civic & Arts for the Dunedin Law Courts Restoration project.

The project also won a Heritage Award at the 2018 NZIA Southern Architecture Awards held in Dunedin in early June.

Above: The 'Dream Team' from left to right:   Nikki Thébault (Architecture, S&T),  Dennis Chippindale (Principal, Architecture, S&T),  Fraser Gibbs (General Manager Commercial & Property, Ministry of Justice),  Andrew Bridgman (Secretary for Justice & Chief Executive, Ministry of Justice), Suzanne Stew (Acting Deputy Chief Executive, Ministry of Justice),  Kevin Long, (Senior Project Manager, RDT Pacific),  Angelique Serfontein (Quantity Surveyor, PHC),  Rob Spence (Quantity Surveyor, PHC), John Finnegan (Civil/Structural Lead, Aurecon)

Above: The 'Dream Team' from left to right:  Nikki Thébault (Architecture, S&T),  Dennis Chippindale (Principal, Architecture, S&T),  Fraser Gibbs (General Manager Commercial & Property, Ministry of Justice),  Andrew Bridgman (Secretary for Justice & Chief Executive, Ministry of Justice), Suzanne Stew (Acting Deputy Chief Executive, Ministry of Justice),  Kevin Long, (Senior Project Manager, RDT Pacific),  Angelique Serfontein (Quantity Surveyor, PHC),  Rob Spence (Quantity Surveyor, PHC), John Finnegan (Civil/Structural Lead, Aurecon)

Above: From left to right:   Dennis Chippindale (Principal, Architecture, S&T), Nikki Thébault (Architecture, S&T),  Suzanne Stew (Acting Deputy Chief Executive, Ministry of Justice),  Kevin Long, (Senior Project Manager, RDT Pacific),  Keith Johnston (Principal,  Engineering, S&T),  Paul Raven (Principal, Architecture, S&T)

Above: From left to right: Dennis Chippindale (Principal, Architecture, S&T), Nikki Thébault (Architecture, S&T),  Suzanne Stew (Acting Deputy Chief Executive, Ministry of Justice),  Kevin Long, (Senior Project Manager, RDT Pacific),  Keith Johnston (Principal,  Engineering, S&T),  Paul Raven (Principal, Architecture, S&T)

S&T Wins an Award of Merit at the Property Council New Zealand Awards 2016

S&T Wins an Award of Merit at the Property Council New Zealand Awards 2016

Stephenson & Turner took away an Award of Merit for Upper Hutt College at the prestigious Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property industry Awards, held recently at Vector Arena in Auckland.

This five year redevelopment project took place over 9 stages and included several new buildings as well as extensive alterations to the existing. S&T worked with the school to create contemporary learning environments imbued with a sense of school pride, identity, culture, community connected-ness, accessibility and sustainability.

Click here to learn more about the project.