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Located 2000m above sea level, the construction process in this harsh remote environment called for a different approach.Read More
Kakano meaning ‘seed pod’ was appropriate and Stanley Joinery were chosen to bring this project to fruition.Read More
Adding a new wing to an historic hotel in a sensitive alpine environment brought out
the best in the Stanley team.
Set amid some of the most stunning scenery on the Coromandel Peninsula, Lakes Resort Pauanui is proud of its international golf course. And its owners chose Stanley Construction to build a clubhouse worthy of the setting.Read More
Ocean Shores Retirement Village boasts 124 villas and 84 apartments; housed in two 3-storey apartment blocks. Primarily a remediation project; the village took the opportunity to also upgrade all their facilities.Read More
Te Aroha Events Centre is a 2600m2 centre consisting of 14 different courts which caters for multiple sports.Read More
This 4 bedroom family holiday home located in the Coromandel Peninsula. This large floating pod type of house was constructed using both offsite manufacturing techniques as well as conventional onsite building methods.Read More
Continental Cars contracted Stanley Construction to convert an old office space into an attractive new Ferrari showroom.Read More
Tokyo Bay is one of three beach-side hospitality venues to be situated in the Main Beach Takapuna Building on the Strand and seats just 65 diners.Read More
Designed to be the ultimate beachside bar and pavilion, Franc’s is one of three beachside hospitality venues to be situated in the Main Beach Takapuna Building.
The Global Head Office occupies two floors of an existing building in Fanshawe Street , downtown Auckland. The office was occupied throughout the duration of the project.Read More
Designing and building this within five months to be ready for the Rugby World Cup was a big ask, but when Cheshire Architects added the re-locatable requirement to the order, Stanley Construction was a natural choice for this challenge.Read More
Two new double classroom blocks and a new common room, all supplied and installed in a very short time frame. The two classrooms were built in three weeks, the new common room was completed in a school holiday break in a mere nine days.Read More
The Elam Hall Student Accommodation building is a first for New Zealand. The 14 Story accommodation block building consists of 468 individual pre fabricated modular units built by Stanley Construction.Read More
Cape Reinga WC Block and Portal is located a stones throw away from the northern tip f New Zealand which delivered constant challenges with site access and availability.Read More
Stanley Construction, Stanley Modular and Stanley Interiors were contracted to deliver he high profile ‘Strand’ hospitality development which enjoys uninterrupted views of Rangitoto Island and overlooks the very lively and popular Takapuna beachfront.Read More
Stanley Modular provided advice during the design stage to ensure the project could be successfully constructed using modular methods.Read More
When an earthquake risk assessment deemed one of Golden Bay High School’s main classroom blocks condemned, a replacement solution was required - urgently. Three classrooms had to be installed and ready for the start of the new term.Read More
Based on an extremely tight site, this project completed by Stanley Construction is another example of how utilising pre-fabricated components has multiple benefits, this time in an occupied residence where minimal disruption was essential in the process.Read More
This project of 55 two-bedroom houses and 103 two-bedroom extensions demonstrate Stanley Construction’s capabilities for pre-fabricated construction. A factory manufacturing process is the perfect model to achieve a high level of repetition and as we are producing more “offsite” by definition, we are reducing time “on site”.Read More
This long awaited project has now claimed centre stage in the buzzing rural town of Matamata. The council had been operating out of an existing set of buildings which were no longer viable to maintain. They were not satisfying the operational requirements, or the growing needs of the community. The new centre incorporates all of the above plus more, in a thoughtful design. As well as housing the district council, the building accommodates a significantly larger public library, along with a user friendly Memorial Centre.Read More