Refurbishment of Existing Buildings

A significant amount of the building work undertaken in New Zealand is the refurbishment of existing buildings.

Depending on the details of each project, refurbishment can be a cost-effective way to provide new scientific facilities. Creating a new life for an existing building will make it fit-for-purpose and functional long into the future.

Having redeveloped numerous buildings we can advise what the advantages or disadvantages are to this approach, in the context of your unique situation.

Equally, there are decisions to make about the different refurbishment options, and the extent to which refurbishment is required.

Talking to our team during the feasibility stages will give you project-specific information to allow you to make informed decisions on the best approach.

See our Project Portfolio for more detailed information and specific examples.