The new Countdown St Johns is a Design and Build contract, with a main supermarket structure of 4200m², and 214 car parks.
The Opotiki New World store was the first of its kind in NZ and therefore in need of replacement.
Foodstuffs planned a new 5000m2 Pak ‘n Save in Kaitaia to replace the existing store which was the first ever Pak ‘n Save in New Zealand.
AA selected Hargrave as joint venture project partners to provide a range of design and construction management services.
Burger King decided it was time to modernise the image of their restaurants. Hargrave was brought in very late in the piece, after Burger King decided to outsource the management.
As part of its expansion programme Burger King selected Te Awamutu as the site for one of its new restaurants.