Two Principal Announcements for 2017
We're pleased to announce the appointment of Sue Marshall and Justin Evatt to the Principal Leadership group at Jasmax. A recognition of their continued commitment to the betterment of the AEC industry in New Zealand.
Chief Post Office RefurbishmentAuckland
The restoration and conversion of the historic Chief Post Office was a major project undertaken as part of the wider Britomart Transport Centre development. Today, the CPO is making way for the transformational City Rail Link.
The redevelopment of Avondale College represents one of the biggest school rebuilding programmes in New Zealand’s history. After its third stage completion, the School is now an Innovative Learning Environment.
Burwood Hospital RedevelopmentChristchurch
Completed in 2016, Burwood Hospital's Redevelopment represents an integral part of Christchurch’s healthcare capability.
AUT Mana Hauora (MH) BuildingAuckland
The new AUT Mana Hauora (MH) Building provides high quality, flexible spaces for the growing campus. The new building forming an active campus heart, supporting academic excellence and community connections.
2017 Property Industry Awards
The 2017 Property Council Awards were held at Auckland's Spark Arena on Friday 16 June. We’re thrilled that two Jasmax projects received Excellence awards - AUT's Mana Hauora and CDHB's Burwood Hospital.
39 Promotions Announced for 2017
Congratulations to Sarah Bryant, Andrew Grant and Jerome Partington who have been promoted to Associate Principals. We're also celebrating 36 Promotions to Associate and Senior Associate.
Pop Drop: Go Play
Pop Drop, an interactive installation, was imagined by five designers at Jasmax and produced in association with Pop - an Auckland-based organisation whose aim is to create spectacles – legally - within the city.
The Silver Lining - eVolo Competition
Mayank Thammalla, Robert Park and Rebecca Wennerstrand were recently recognised with one of 22 Honourable Mentions in the annual global eVolo 2017 Skyscraper Competition. Read more about their entry here.
Sleeping Rough to Raise Awareness
Principal Shirley Chin took part in this year's Lifewise Big Sleep Out. Continuing a Jasmax tradition for the sixth year, Lifewise's initiative aims to raise awareness of homelessness in New Zealand amongst business leaders.
Te Kura Whare: NZ’s 1st Certified Living Building
Friday 22 May saw the official announcement of Ngai Tūhoe’s tribal headquarters achieving Living Building certification. One of only 15 in the world, this building's sustainable design goes a long way to restore nature.
Ivan Mercep 1930 - 2014
Here we celebrate the life of JASMaD co-founder, good friend, inspirational mentor and craftsman architect, Ivan Mercep.
Te Kura WhareTaneatua, Bay of Plenty
Te Kura Whare is New Zealand's most advanced sustainable building to date. Designed and constructed to meet the stringent criteria of the Living Building Challenge, the completed structure marks a pivotal success for sustainable design.