Penske Christchurch

Penske Christchurch is a state-of-the-art facility that gives Penske NZ the ability to provide sales, parts, and service support for their key brands across the South Island.

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ANZ Newmarket, Auckland

Taking a 300sqm tenancy in the new Westfield Mall on Broadway Street in Newmarket Auckland, ANZ has created a branch with a high visual impact. With two large 98” digital signage displays and a large 3×4 video wall, the site captures customers passing by within a competitive space.

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Christchurch International Airport

Christchurch Airport is the South Island’s largest and New Zealand’s second-largest airport servicing both local and international flights. With more than 6.9 million passengers transiting each year the Airport is continually evolving and Teltrac is proud to be a critical part of these advancements.

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University of Canterbury – Science Building & Engineering Building

The University of Canterbury is Christchurch’s premier tertiary education provider, with multiple sites across Ilam, Christchurch. Since the 2011 Christchurch Earthquakes, the Campus has been in the unique position to revamp its facilities to ensure they are at the forefront of technology. Teltrac played a key role in this development with a dedicated team onsite, bringing years of site knowledge and service.

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Tesla Showroom, Auckland

The first Telsa Showroom in New Zealand takes up a renovated site on Auckland’s Karangahape Rd. The site boasts a Telsa Showroom and the first Telsa Design Studio in New Zealand. As well as vehicles, Tesla’s Home Energy products are also on display.

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Apple, Auckland

Apple New Zealand’s head office located in Auckland Central is the first office Apple has fit-out in New Zealand. It is purpose-built to Apple’s international specifications ensuring the site is at the forefront of technology.

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Vodafone Christchurch

The Vodafone Innov8 building in Christchurch was a purpose-built facility in Christchurch’s new Innovation Precinct after the 2011 Earthquakes. The site was recognised as one of New Zealand’s most technologically advanced workplaces.

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Nelson Airport

In 2017 work started on the new Nelson Airport. Fast forward to 2019 and the completed Nelson Airport has forecasted growth of 1.4 million passengers in 2035. The 5500sqm building’s structure is made of timber which presents a new unique set of challenges not seen on normal construction builds. The technologically advanced building has been designed to emulate its natural surroundings and is a great addition to the Nelson and Tasman region.

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Hoyts EntX Christchurch

A hub for moviegoers in Christchurch EntX includes a state-of-the-art Hoyts cinema complex and a diverse eatery facility on the ground floor. The facility has two extra large Xtreme screens that offer the best sound on offer in New Zealand as well as two Lux Cinemas that give patrons a unique viewing experience.

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ANZ Sylvia Park, Auckland

A new dedicated ANZ Call and Operations Centre combines two facilities into one state-of-the-art 6,740 sqm location. With around 800 staff onsite the key philosophy behind the design was “what will attract people to come to work in 2025?” It offers the ability for staff to be technology-agile and gives freedom and flexibility in the spaces they work.

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Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub Christchurch

A dedicated facility for multiple sports across Christchurch and the wider Canterbury region, Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub features an athletics track and field, hockey pitches, rugby league grounds, and a centralised sports hub. It has held National Athletics events, FIH Pro League Hockey, and NZRL matches.

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