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The new Lifeguard Operations, Training and Community facility is taking shape and we are getting fantastic feedback from our members and the local community. Since the precast concrete panels were delivered, Woodview’s progress, along with the support of a number of local Piha builders on the base build of the facility, has been swift and...
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In November, Te Pae our new Tower not only took out the 2023 NZ Architecture Small Project Award (to compliment the same Auckland Architects award) but also the John Scott Award for Public Architecture, one of four Supreme awards granted each year. We’re so thrilled to see the recognition of our tower, and the success...
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On Monday 9th of January 2023, Woodview Construction Ltd will move onto site, for commencement of work on the construction of Te Pou, our new clubhouse, under a limited notice to proceed. Demolition will commence later in the week along with factory fabrication of the concrete precast panels. While the Club remains short of its...
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Te Pae As you will all have seen, Te Pae, (our new tower) the name gifted to us by Te Kawerau A Maki and meaning Heron’s Perch or Horizon is near completed. There is some minor finishing work to be done and once complete the Club will host an open day to give our community...
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Te Pae is nearly completed and our members have been blown away by how much of an improvement for our patrolling this new tower is, over what we have been used to. We really appreciate the extra effort Scarbro Construction (with some recent help from a few Piha builders) have put in to make this work...
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Te Pae – Heron’s Perch or HorizonOur New Tower After Covid lockdown delayed the construction start for our new tower, Scarbro Contractors have now made significant progress with the build. On Tuesday, 26 October Te Kawerau A Maki local Kaumatua, Pita Turei, delivered an on-site blessing for the project. The old tower was removed and Scarbro...
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United North Piha Lifeguard Services’ rebuild program is underway. This year the club has been working with Te Kawerau A Maki, who have gifted the names “Te Pae” (The Heron’s Perch or Horizon) for the new Tower and “Te Po” (The support behind the Tower) for the new Clubhouse. Scarbro Constuction Ltd were to commence...
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