New Zealand Commercial Design Trends Series NZ Commercial Design Trends Vol. 30/9 - Page 17

Left and above:The entry to the train station near one corner of the atrium is angled at 45°. As with the MIT facility, there are few barriers to negotiate. Top and far right:Trains pull up right inside the building. Both MIT and Auckland Transport benefit from the greater exposure to the wider community. Project:Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) Manukau Campus and Transport Interchange, Auckland Architect:Warren and Mahoney, Auckland Structural engineer:Holmes Consulting Group Services engineer:Aurecon New Zealand Acoustic engineer:Marshall Day Acoustics Fire engineer:Holmes Fire & Safety Quantity surveyor:WT Partnership Project manager:Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner Main contractor:Hawkins Construction Facade design, engineering and installation: King Facade International Lift services:Otis Elevator Company Air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems:Aquaheat New Zealand Interactive classroom and theatre technology:Automation Associates Feature timber panels:Southland beech from Lindsay & Dixon Story by Colleen Hawkes Photography by Jamie Cobel save | share | video | images Search 44560 at SEARCH | SAVE | SHARE AT 15