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Our approach to designing science and industrial spaces is centered around functionality, flexibility, and efficiency.


When it comes to designing industrial buildings, architects must pay particular attention to several key factors to ensure that the building meets the needs of its users and functions effectively. These factors include the specific requirements of the industrial process, the building's structural integrity, and the health and safety of its occupants.

One of the most critical considerations is the specific requirements of the industrial process. This includes understanding the types of equipment and machinery that will be used, the amount of space required for production, and any specific environmental conditions that must be maintained. By incorporating these factors into the building design, we can ensure that the industrial process is efficient and effective.

Industrial buildings often have unique requirements for load-bearing capacity, ventilation, and environmental control, all of which must be carefully considered in the design. Additionally, the building must be designed to withstand the stresses and strains of the industrial process, as well as any potential hazards such as fire or explosion.

We  pay close attention to the health and safety of the building's occupants. This includes designing the building to be accessible and safe for workers, providing proper ventilation and environmental control, and ensuring that the building is compliant with all relevant health and safety regulations.

Overall, designing industrial buildings requires our deep understanding of the specific requirements of the industrial process, as well as the technical and safety requirements of the building itself. By working closely with engineers, contractors, and other stakeholders, we create industrial buildings that are functional, safe, and efficient for their users.

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Upper Hutt, New Zealand




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