12 08, 2014

Pacific Consultants win ACENZ Merit Award

By |August 12th, 2014|Building Services, Principals, Social Outings|0 Comments|

ACENZ Merit Award
Last Saturday (9 August 2014) at the ACENZ Innovate Awards of Excellence, Pacific Consultants were presented a Merit Award given in recognition of an outstanding project, for their excellence in building services design for the Willis Central project in Wellington.
Willis Central Project
Willis Central, the new Capital Centrepiece, is a unique double street-fronted […]

27 07, 2014

The New Price Point Warehouse

By |July 27th, 2014|Building Services, Fire, Fire Engineering, Principals|0 Comments|

In the retail sector the term price point is used to indicate the price where the number of sales and margin converge to provide the most profit. Televisions are an example; there is always a certain size screen that delivers the best value for money to the customer, smaller and larger size screens cost […]

24 06, 2014

Geoff Carter’s Ocean Swim Series

By |June 24th, 2014|Principals, Social Outings, Staff|0 Comments|

Pacific Consultants Principal electrical engineer, Geoff Carter has had a great ocean swim series this season.  Geoff has clocked a total of 140.68 race kilometres making him the New Zealand regional winner this year. Well done Geoff! He wins a prize of travel to Vanuatu through  To top off the season Geoff won […]

8 06, 2014

ARBS Conference Melbourne, 20-22 May 2014

By |June 8th, 2014|Building Services, Principals, Staff, Training|0 Comments|

On 20-22 May this year, the bi-annual ARBS (air conditioning, refrigeration and building services industry) conference was held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.  The show is considered one of the largest in the southern hemisphere, displaying the latest innovations and technology for the industry.

A delegation from Pacific Consultants attended the three day […]

13 03, 2014

Documenting Fire Safety Engineering Design

By |March 13th, 2014|Building Services, Fire Engineering, Principals|0 Comments|

Fire Safety Engineering Design

One of the significant concerns with fire safety engineering design practice in New Zealand has been poor fire design documentation. This has led to uncertainty about how to incorporate fire design into plans and specifications, and how the designs have been justified. This problem was identified by the Fire Engineering Task […]