Studholme Dry Milk Powder Plant, South Canterbury
$16.0 million. Construction of a new 4500m2 dry store, boiler house and 30m high milk drying tower.
University of Otago ISB (Information Services Building), Dunedin
$37.0 million. High profile reconstruction and staged extension of the university library complex. National winner of NZRMB Supreme Award for Commercial Projects 2003.
Wall Street Precinct, Dunedin CBD
$34.0 million. A three-storey retail complex consisting of an atrium, 18 retail outlets, café, office space and car parking, and undercover links to two adjacent shopping malls.
University of Otago Building One University Plaza, Dunedin
$28.0 million. In progress. Four-storey, signature University building, comprising gymnasiums, weight-rooms and training areas, plus housing foundation studies.
University of Otago Psychology, Dunedin
$17.5 million. The six-level building to house staff was constructed to meet 5 Green Star standards.
University of Otago Microbiology, Dunedin
$10.4 million. Upgrade consisting of a completely new exterior, a new plant room on the roof, and an upgrade of the mechanical ventilation system, and removal of spalling concrete.
Leith View, Arana Hall of Residence, Dunedin
$10 million. A 60-bedroom, apartment-style, student accommodation block, including kitchen and luxury dining facilities. National winner education category NZRMB commercial awards 2008.
University of Otago St David Lecture Theatres, Dunedin
$10.0 million. Four-level research and teaching complex, and three-level lecture theatre complex.
Otago Corrections Facility, Milburn
$9.0 million. Double bunking conversion, three new buildings, eight precast exercise yards, FF&E fit-outs, staff car park, security fencing and wastewater treatment pond.
Arana St David Hall Residence, Dunedin
$8.5 million. Three-level student accommodation block of 104 beds, basement and manager's flat.
Natural History NZ Ltd, Dunedin
$3.0 million. Relocation of Natural History NZ into the old Convention Centre. A conversion from an industrial building to one which suited a high tech international film company.
Mercy Hospital, Dunedin
$8.2 million. Major development and refurbishment included a new day surgery unit, enhanced theatre suite, and an increase in the number of single rooms. National winner health project category NZRMB awards 2009.
Mercy Care East, Dunedin
$1.5 million. Fast-track redevelopment of the old Nurses Home into an up-market Consultants' suite.
University of Otago Robertson Library, Dunedin
$7.3 million. Redevelopment and extension of existing library into a modern, user-friendly, study space.
University College, Dunedin
$6.3 million. Student accommodation complex of 106 bedrooms.
St Clair Sea Wall, Dunedin
$6.1 million. Replacement of an existing sea wall with a new wall, sand dune stability works and remodelling of the existing roadway into a pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare.
Southern Water Treatment Plant, Dunedin
$5 million. Two storage reservoirs and a smaller contact reservoir. Naylor Love worked with the Dunedin City Council to redesign the floor. Awarded the Ingenium Award for projects over $200,000 2006.
Port Otago Victoria Wharf, Dunedin
$2.7 million. In the contract associated with strengthening and upgrade of the multipurpose wharf to take new 1200-tonne cranes, Naylor Love worked with the design team to develop methodology
St Clair Hot Saltwater Pool, Dunedin
$1.7 million. Reconstruction of the hot saltwater pool and protection works.
University of Otago Zoology Building, Dunedin
$8 million. Five-level laboratory and teaching facility. National finalist in NZRMB commercial awards 2004.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary Visitors' Centre, Dunedin
$2.3 million. A showcase of ESD, the 5 Green Star building is made up of seven modular units linked by corridors, propped off the ground by timber poles, and covered by a single lightweight atrium.
Otago Museum Tropical Habitat, Dunedin
$1 million. Built to house live butterflies, the three-level 17-m high building included a garden requiring constant temperature and relative humidity, a 4m waterfall, and access ramps.
Mercy Carpark, Dunedin
$1.4 million. New four-storey concrete and steel structure carpark at Mercy Hospital.