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Following on from emergency repairs carried out after the boxing day earthquake, Simon Construction was later awarded the job to strengthen, repair and refurbish this beautiful manor in Bristol Street. From the foundations to the chimney’s the house was rebuilt and refinished to a modern finish without losing the period features such as plaster cornice and ceiling roses and three-piece timber skirting. The Photos speak for themselves.
The “Coffee House” and “Pegasus Chambers” were originally two separate timber framed, two storey houses. Our scope of the work was to do the earthquake damage repairs, and alterations and then construct additions to both buildings allowing the café/restaurant to re-occupy both premises as one combined building to be called The Villas. Sounds easy enough but bear in mind it was all completed whilst allowing for the Café to remain open throughout the construction to completion. Pop in for a coffee and check it out.
Founded in 1873, the Christchurch Golf Club is the second oldest in the country. When the Clubhouse was damaged beyond repair in the Canterbury earthquakes Simon Construction were chosen to construct a new one and add some changing rooms. Although the new Clubhouse does retain features of its 87-year-old predecessor, according to President Bryan Andrews, it is now the most modern in the country. The building features new men's and women's changing rooms, main lobby, meeting rooms, a sprig bar and catering facilities returning the club to a venue that is capable of being used as a conference centre and wedding venue.