Three Otago building projects strike gold

One Queenstown and three Dunedin construction projects won awards at the Registered Master Builders Association Commercial Projects of the Year  Awards  in Auckland on Friday night.

The Manaaki by Mercy project in Dunedin, a surgical facility and chemotherapy unit at Mercy Hospital, won gold and category award in the Altus Health Project section. It was built by Naylor Love Construction.

The Cobb & Co restaurant refit in the Dunedin  Railway Station won gold in the commercial fit-out nationwide open category (which included builds in excess of $25M).

The work was done  by Livingstone Building NZ. It also won the Value Awards under $2 million category.

In Queenstown, the  Rydges restaurant and bar refurbishment by Naylor Love Construction  won gold and category in the retail section. A bronze was won by Speight’s Brewery Tour in Dunedin in the PlaceMakers tourism and leisure category, for a refurbishment  by Leighs Construction.

Skellerup’s  $25 million Project Viking  in Christchurch was named  the Supreme Commercial Project of the Year. The work was done by  Calder Stewart Construction.

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