At Service Resources we stand behind our work 100% and celebrate the satisfaction of a job well done. Take a look at a selection of the many projects we’re proud to have been a part of.
Kaiwharawhara Overbridge Removal

Wellington’s oldest platform Overbridge was making way for progress, and the Service Resources team got stuck in. Part of the closure of Kaiwharawhara Station, we were tasked with the total removal of the Overbridge and subsequent installation of security fencing to close off the tracks to the public… and the whole thing was carried out at night, on operational tracks!

Balaena Bay Changing Sheds Refurbishment

Part of Wellington’s coastal landscape, the Balaena Bay Changing Sheds were refurbished for our clients Wellington City Council. An essential public amenity, we were tasked with giving the change sheds a new lease on life while maintaining their original style. Watch Project Manager Dean Dellabarca talk about the job.

Arthurs Pass Station Re-Roof & External Refurbishment

    Undertaken as part of our ongoing Facilities Maintenance work for Kiwirail, the re-roof and external upgrade of Arthurs Pass Station was a unique job in a harsh and remote environment. We had a range of trade professionals onsite, including Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry, Painting, Asbestos Removal, Scaffolding and Security.

    As a key station on the coal freight and Transalpine tourist route the station had to remain operational throughout the project, and our eight contracted staff delivered the results on time, and on budget.

    Porirua Station Re-Roof

      The existing roof at Porirua Railway Station had come to the end of its life, with various areas of decay allowing water ingress and compromising the integrity of the building. We worked with with the Senior Rail Assets Advisor from Greater Wellington Rail Limited and the appointed engineers to establish the most cost-effective and practical methods to undertake the roof replacement.

      The project required careful planning to ensure stringent HSE issues were addressed and that the station was available for full use by commuters.

      The roof has an area of 715 square metres and the project involved removing the existing roofing membrane, the plywood and chipboard sub-strate, installing new framing to increase the pitch of the roof, laying new plywood sub-strate and completing with a two coat torch on membrane roof cladding.

      The structural work was supervised by the engineer, and the Porirua City Council consent process ensured the water tightness. The contract commenced in early April and was completed in late June, with the station remaining operational throughout and no HSE or any other issues. As a result of detailed planning and professional site management, the project met the delivery timeframes and was completed within budget.

      The project was very successful and exceeded our client’s expectations.

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