Addington Station was designed and built is 1993 following earthquake damage to the former Christchurch Station on Moorhouse Avenue.
Over 25 Years later the Check-in area required updating to improve the look and services for the Tourists boarding the TranzAlpine and the TranzCoastal Services.
Project Overview Included
Relocating the call centre staff during the work.
- Demolish the overhead canopy and safely reduce the existing steelwork
- Remove the security grill, speaker system and mechanical heating
- Relocate the server and minimise the cabling that would allow a minimalistic finish
- Strip back all walls to allow for the concealing of cables and pipes
- Rebuild walls and finish to a level 5 standard to accommodate a wall graphic representing the Southern Alps
- Ceiling and wall fins finished in quality timber and complimented with Autex fins
- New state of the art check in counters and digital scales
- Improved seating increasing the number of seats and usb power sockets
- Recessed Heating, Air conditioning and sunken ducting with accessible future access panels were installed to keep a simple, minimalistic and clean appearance