The project involved the replacement of the existing Chiller located above the Events Cinemas at St Luke’s, the job took several weeks of planning as well as engineering of new PFC Channel beams that need to span the length of the existing plinths these needed to be precisely made to suit the new Trane Chiller that was to be installed complete with new Seismic Mounts. In addition to the engineering & planning the time frame to complete the project was less than 48 hours, to add there was an existing Gantry that had to be removed then reinstated in order to get the crane into position to complete the lift. Thanks to a huge team effort from all Chillex staff and subcontractors – NZ Crane, Machinery relocation’s, DCP, Carson Electrical, CTS, Qwerty & Pacific Insulation and assistance from the consultants at Agile and Scentre Management from St Luke’s the job was completed without an issues. Another successful Chiller replacement.
G-Force are the current North Harbour Div 1 Men’s champions, a title they have held for 3 consecutive seasons. They have had another great start to the season with 5 wins, scoring 40 runs for and only 8 runs against, having play 3 of their 5 games this season on the world-class Rosedale Park skin diamonds.
this year Myles Tibbits father (G-Force catcher), Ray Tibbits, passed
away. He was involved with North Harbour and NZ Softball for many years
and was instrumental in the redevelopment of Rosedale Park skin diamonds and
stadium for the 2013 Men’s Softball World Cup. To honour Ray’s
contribution to North Harbour and NZ Softball, a ceremony was held before
G-Forces game against Bandits on 9 November 2019, naming the scoreboard on
Freeman Field (Diamond 1) in his honour.
against Bandit was one of the toughest games G-Force has had this season, with
a G-Force playing with lot of emotion. The boys were proud to play hard
and takeout the game 4-1, on such a special day for the Tibbits whanau.
This week G-Force
take on Navy on Diamond 3, Rosedale Park at 4pm
Cam Crawford and Jody Hunt, Directors of Chillex Services, traveled down to Gisborne last week to inspect the new H.B. Williams Memorial Library. Chillex Services were very proud to be part of the mechanical services for this spectacular new building.
One of the hottest days of the year in Gisborne (29c) the clients were beaming that their building were cooled to perfection and all their staff could not be happier with their new premises.
Well done to the Chillex Team to another successful outcome and ensuring that our clients always remain cool and comfortable.
Cam Crawford and Jody Hunt, Directors of Chillex Services, traveled down to Gisborne last week to inspect the beautiful new Council Buildings that have been constructed. Chillex Services were involved with the mechanical services for the Council premises.
One of the hottest days of the year in Gisborne (29c) the clients were beaming that their building was cooled to perfection and all their staff could not be happier with their new premises.
Well done to the Chillex Team for keeping
our clients cool and happy.
The challenge was set down by A.E Smith for a head to head Go-Kart Challenge with the undefended Chillex Racing team which was held down at Hampton Downs.
A big thank you to Gripple for organising and sponsoring this event between the two companies and for putting on a spectacular BBQ afterwards and a few cold ones. Everyone had a great day – especially the Chillex Team as we kicked A.E. Smith butts and won yet again the Go-Kart trophy. Bring it on again next year!!
The Chillex Westfield team have been busy preparing for the first AHU to be installed on level 1. Reinforcements were required from the Chillex Services team to help out with the installation. Thanks to all the great team work the job went without a hitch. Only another 12 to go! Awesome work lads!
Holyoake Industries Ltd put on a fantastic factory tour for 25 budding apprentices. Apprentices from 7 companies Chillex, Cool Comfort, Economech, Airmark, 1st Mechanical, Thermal Solutions and A.E. Smith Projects congregated at Holyoake’s factory last Thursday. Scott Holyoake was there in addition to Ewen and Karl. Everyone was provided afternoon tea, and all the boys got a backpack filled with goodies. What an excellent example of suppliers supporting the industry. Thank you Holyoake Industries.
It all started on an early sunny Sunday morning – J. A. Russell Ltd’s annual poker run for their petrol head customers who want any excuse to take their V8 cars out for a blast around the country side. After a great cruise around the highlights of West Auckland and surrounding area we ended up at MOTAT where a fully catered lunch was waiting for us and of course one or two quiet ales. This year all money raised for this event went to Mercy Hospice in appreciation for all the wonderful work they do for the Auckland Community. .
Subsequent to the poker run the good folk at Chillex Maintenance, Lewins Electrical and J. A. Russell Ltd joined forces to donate a new 7KW hiwall to Mercy Hospice for their accounts office. Chillex Maintenance supplied the hi-wall unit, Lewins Electrical installed and wired up the unit and J. A. Russell Ltd supplied electrical materials needed to get the job done. Mercy Hospice were very grateful and here is what they said:
“Thank you so much for joining together to help Mercy Hospice. We are very grateful to all of you for supporting our services by providing and installing a new air conditioning unit for our future Chapel (currently being used as office space).
“The team using this space are now cosy and warm and this summer they will be able to throw away the portable fans and keep cool. We also realise that it was not the easiest of installations with the wiring having to travel up, in and around the ceiling but they made it look easy, were totally obliging and breezed through it with no fuss!! 100% Recommend!!
Thank you again for being part of our hospice community and for your generous and thoughtful support.”
(From left: Malcolm Harrison, Sentre Group; Valerie Papyn, Chillex Group; Cam Crawford, Chillex Group; Paul Brockett, Evamores and Ken McKenzie, Innerscape)
This Kiwi crew headed over to Melbourne last week for another fantastic event put on by the Australian Mechanical Contractors Associations (AMCA), BIM-MEP AUS Construction Innovation 2018 Forum. BIM-MEP is an industry led initiative which serves as a touchstone for BIM innovations in our sector not just in Australia but globally. It was great to have the New Zealand contingent attend the Forum which gave us the opportunity to hear from Australian and international speakers to help build our own individual and organisational capacity as well as inspire new strategies and methodologies that can be embedded within business practices.
This year Chillex Group are proud to be one of the sponsors for the NZIOB Charitable Trust Awards. This year’s event will be a Night at the Trots held at Alexandra Park on 21 September 2018.
The NZIOB Charitable Trust Awards were established in 2017 by the New Zealand Institute of Building Charitable Trust to support worthy individual endeavors for the betterment of the construction industry.
This very special event will assist in raising funds for the NZIOB Charitable Trust, whose purpose is to establish and award scholarships/prizes, and to fund research and innovation that relates to the construction industry.
So grab a group of friends, staff or clients for a fun night at the trots. Click on the attached link for information on booking a table www.nziobcharitabletrust.org.nz/events