Upcoming and Recently Completed Projects
McKee Fehl is undertaking an extensive redevelopment of the site with will see the building being completely transformed. Incoming tenant Transpower are relocating from their current locations at 93 and 96 The Terrace to be housed in one building.
With over 8,400m2 of office space accommodated across large open plan floor plates. A new glazed atrium will be created transecting the building east-west through the centre of the building. The new atrium will allow natural light into the heart of the building and allow visual connectivity across the building. The building will be strengthened to 100-130% NBS and will be targeting a 5 Star Green Star and NABERS NZ Ratings for energy efficiency.
The Public Trust building on the corner of Stout Street and Lambton Quay is currently undergoing seismic strengthening and interior refit by McKee Fehl Constructors. The exterior of the building is also undergoing restoration.
The 15 Stout St redevelopment is one involving one of our city’s most iconic buildings. Constructed in the art moderne style, many Wellingtonians consider it a favourite, with bold granite cladding and curved bronze corner windows. McKee Fehl have completed a $40m redevelopment of this piece of Wellington history.
15 Stout Street is a Gold winner at the 2015 New Zealand Commercial Project Awards and is the recipient of the National Award in Restoration category. The project has also won a Local NZIA Architecture Award. The project was the category winner for the Green Building Award from the NZ Property Council. 15 Stout St was also the recipient of two Excellence awards in Commercial and Heritage and Adaptive Reuse categories.
Katharine Jermyn Hall, 100 Boulcott Street
Katharine Jermyn Hall located at 100 Boulcott Street is the conversion of offices into student accommodation for Victoria University of Wellington. Previously known as Night and Day House and 175 The Terrace the building conversion will be completed in early 2015.