Retail and office for large machinery
The team at CLAAS Harvest Centre in Gore were in need of a new showroom, workshop, and office space.The use of steel enabled an ultra-wide space to display machinery such as tractors, cultivation, and harvesting machinery and the additional soundproofing attention to the office areas ensured staff are not affected by noise from the attached workshop.
The CLAAS team had an existing building that required updating and upgrading, but they also needed additional workshop space to manage their expanding business and provide a future-proofed space for years to come.
Tuatara Structures strengthened, gutted, re-clad, re-roofed and remodelled the existing building. We then added a connecting 15 x 32 metre clear span workshop. An external clean bay, roof water collection system and full office and showroom fit-out was included in the final project.
Including offices, 12 weeks.
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We hand-select each member of our core team to manage your project, based on their relevant skills and experience to ensure that we have the optimal resourcing on every project, and to ensure we always deliver on time, as well as on budget.
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Ultimately, we measure our success on client satisfaction. A construction project for a commercial building is a true collaboration of ideas. It is through the challenge of meeting some of your unique or individual needs both aesthetically and practically, that we can push the limits of what is possible and achieve something that often surprises beyond the brief. Exceeding your expectations is what makes us proud.
We manage every step of the construction process; from the original scoping meeting and renders, through to the consent process, construction, and code of compliance. We offer clients a fixed price guarantee and use BIM to ensure projects are completed on schedule.