Projects

If our people are our DNA than our projects are what defines us. The end result of all the hard work, approach and application of our expertise. With fast-paced growth in the commercial sector, we’re proud of the growing list of projects with Form’s name on them.

THE BRIEF

The client wished to create a large warehouse and distribution office to support its expanding operations and business in the Waikato.

THE BUILD

A combined industrial office and warehouse unit with associated car parking and a large yard space. A two-storey building, with the office space overlooking the showroom and an area for warehousing below. Roller doors open to a large open space, for storage, sales and dispatch.

The building is constructed from concrete pre-cast panels to the rear wall and concrete floors. Structural steel portal frames form the structure along with external timber framing providing a single pitch steel roof.  Coloursteel iron cladding has been used along with aluminium shop front joinery to close in the exterior. Internal timber walls and a mezzanine form the office and meeting room space. A large tar-sealed yard provides more than ample storage for supplies.

THE OUTCOMES

The client was extremely satisfied with the ease of working with Form, with nothing being an imposition. The speedy progress and delivery on time and within budget were other positive outcomes.

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Leon Da-Silva

“It is an unusual situation for a client to work alongside a contractor, however, our team have managed to cohesively progress through all of the usual project challenges. By engaging Form during the pre-construction stage we have been able to minimise project issues and tap into each other’s experience. Form were most helpful throughout the design phase and have carried that through to the day-to-day activities”

Leon Da-Silva, Managing Director, Da-Silva Builders

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