Here is a selection of projects Potius™ Panels have been used in. We are currently in the development & planning phase for several new buildings spanning from the Auckland viaduct to the Dunedin University campus. If you have a project you are considering using Potius™ Panels in then contact us today to talk through your requirements.
The new building is a three storey complex on the existing Kaikoura District Council Library site on West End Esplanade in Kaikoura. This new public facility will co-locate the Town Museum and Kaikoura District Council.
Potius™ Panels have been chosen for all mid-floor structures and also the roof structure.
Designed by Darryl Church Architects this is another award-winning project using Potius™ Panels. The structure of laminated LVL post and beam, Potius™ Panels floor structure with concrete topping, LVL portals with STIC quick connect (world first). Timber is used extensively.
Read more about this building on the NZ Wood site here.
This is a multi award-winning multi-million dollar project designed by Irving Smith Jack Architects and is considered to be the national showcase of multi-story, commercial timber design of which Potius™ Panels are an integral part. This project has won timber design awards and is used in itself as an educational tool in modern timber construction processes. There are full details of the project on the NMIT website here. You can also view the project on ISJ's website where they detail the incredible list of awards and publications this building has appeared in.
We have finished building the floor structure for an additional story to be added to the Monro Building (next to the Nelson courthouse).
Potius™ Panels were chosen in this case for the speed of installation and their light weight. In this instance the panels are also fire-lined with gib to give them a fire-rating of 60 minutes.
An example of one of the many houses Potius™ Panels have been used in. Executive styled contemporary home constructed in Atawhai, Nelson. The entire floor system was installed in just on 5 hours
and features some very inventive panels to accommodate an irregular floor area.
By clicking on any of the thumbnails below you can view a slideshow of the installation of this floor using hiab and manual positioning of the panels.