WIAL Car Park - 171114

Some construction progress photos of the new Wellington Airport car park


Auckland Build 2017

Dennis is speaking at Auckland Build 2017, taking place at ASB Showgrounds on November 2nd & 3rd. If you work in construction, make sure you register to attend the country's largest dedicated construction event. It's free to register to attend the conference, ADNZ accredited CPD training workshops, our large exhibition showcasing the latest projects, services and technology in construction and all other feature areas.

Register for free online at https://aucklandbuildexpo.eventbrite.com/?aff=Burns

We hope to see you there!

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Frame - 170918

Construction is progressing well on site

Rydges Wellington Airport Hotel - 170830

- Currently preparing the reinforcing / boxing for the foundation along grid HC, with concrete scheduled to be poured tomorrow.

- Foundation along Grid HD already poured and visible in background.

We're Hiring!!


Archaus are seeking a talented, experienced and success driven technician to join our Wellington team. We are an award winning, design focussed architectural practice and are a leading proponent of BIM and 3D in New Zealand.

We invite you to visit our website to gain an insight into both the practice and our client’s projects.

If you:

  • Have minimum 5 years commercial construction detailing experience.
  • are a NZ resident.
  • hold a tertiary qualification in drafting or architectural study.
  • are a proficient Revit user or other similar package.
  • and are seeking a career challenge.

Please apply in writing by email to Dennis Burns, Director dennis@archaus.co.nz

WIAL Car Park - Team Site Visit

The archaus team had a site visit to the WIAL car park building yesterday, currently being built by Fletcher Construction.


archaus team

archaus team

panorama of the construction site

panorama of the construction site

Rydges Wellington Airport Hotel - 170601

"Construction of Wellington Airport's new $36 million Rydges hotel is officially under way after a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday.

The four-star, 134-bedroom hotel, expected to open late next year, will be adjoined to the main terminal building and accessible directly from the passenger lounge.

It will include a restaurant, bar and conference facilities."