Green Building Property Award Winner: Foodstuffs North Island

It is with great pleasure we announce this year’s winner of the Resene Green Building Property Award; Foodstuffs North Island, Auckland, submitted by Auckland Airport.

The project’s vision centred around a 30-year partnership between Auckland International Airport and Foodstuffs to deliver a transformational environment for Foodstuffs North Island staff and visitors while creating a flagship investment.

The 15ha Landing Drive greenfield development comprises an 8,500m2 5-star Green Star head office & fit out and a 77,500m2 Distribution Centre. The office sits on 2.8ha and was delivered 3% under budget, four-months early. The integrated nature of the Foodstuffs’ business, and the site master plan, means both warehouse and office components sit seamlessly side by side.

Today, Foodstuffs’ vision to co-locate its office and warehouse functions in a world-class environment is a reality. Meeting the landscape at its extremities, the expansive curved fascia and soffit combined with fully-glazed façade presents a sculpted presence. Its striking design, with sustainability, wellbeing and operational efficiency at the forefront, enhances The Landing’s reputation as New Zealand’s leading business park.

Owner / Developer: Auckland Airport
Construction: Hawkins
Architect: Monk Mackenzie
Service Engineer: Electrical Consulting Services
Structural Engineer: BGT Structures
Mechanical Engineer: eCubed
Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall
Project Manager: TSA
GreenStar Consultant: eCubed
BIM Consultant: Assemble Limited

Other winners in this category

  • Scion Innovation Hub “Te Whare Nui o Tuteata” submitted by RTA Studio, Irving Smith Architects, RDT Pacific, Dunning Thornton Consultants
  • Te Kupenga submitted by Mansons TCLM Ltd
  • The Hotel Britomart submitted by Cooper and Company
  • St Patrick’s Catholic Church submitted by Catholic Diocese of Christchurch

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