Eight projects have been recognised for excellence in commercial construction in the 2018 Master Builders Commercial Property Awards.
To achieve Gold Award status in six very different categories is a testament to the strong relationships and commitment to smooth project delivery by all of the contractors involved. Katherine Skipper
Eight projects in which Warren and Mahoney was a project partner have been recognised for excellence in commercial construction in the recent 2018 Master Builders Commercial Property Awards.
The Master Builders Commercial Property Awards, which includes ten categories, one Supreme and one Value Award, is the only programme that awards the work of a team in delivering a ‘mark of quality’.
Principal Katherine Skipper says that Warren and Mahoney is proud to have worked with some great contractor teams to achieve excellence in a range of complex projects.
“To achieve Gold Award status in six very different categories is a testament to the strong relationships and commitment to smooth project delivery by all of the contractors involved.
“Given the involved and often highly complex nature of a project’s supply chain, the relationships between the various project members are crucial to its success. So much of this work goes on behind the scenes which makes recognition of the team approach through these awards so important,” says Skipper.
Entrants have the opportunity to vie for Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards in each category, as well as National Category wins and a Supreme Award.
Warren and Mahoney was project partner for awards in the Commercial, Commercial Fitout, Heritage/Restoration, Tourism & Leisure, Retail and Residential categories, with the Wellington International Airport – Terminal South Extension being awarded both Gold and National Category Winner.
2018 Master Builders Commercial Property Awards Judges comments:
Tourism and Leisure Gold Award for Wellington International Airport – Terminal South Extension
This sensitive addition to a much-admired building was carried out in a complex series of phases to ensure the building was fully functional throughout the process. Creativity and detailed planning ensured both passengers and baggage handling could pass through the area of the works without compromising safety or security. The result is an addition so well integrated that it looks as though it was always intended as the completion of the southern end of the building.