Certainty on outcomes
CPB Contractors Operations Manager David Grehan said: “Pacific Partnerships and CPB Contractors’ combined infrastructure and PPP experience means we’ve been able to give our client certainty on timing, cost and quality outcomes throughout the program.
“We’ve also had the opportunity to generate a further, long term community benefit through local employment and job skills development. Across the five school projects, we’ve completed the works with an outstanding safety record.”
About the ShapED consortium
CIMIC Group companies, Pacific Partnerships and CPB Contractors are part of the ShapED consortium delivering the third New Zealand Schools PPP which includes the design and construction of three new primary schools (two in Auckland and one in Hamilton) and the relocation and co-location of Shirley Boys’ High School and Avonside Girls’ High School in Christchurch, as well as operational services of the schools for 25 years.
The ShapEd consortium consists of Public Infrastructure Partners Fund II, Pacific Partnerships, CPBS (a design and construction joint venture between CPB Contractors and Southbase Construction), ASC Architects (design), and Spotless Facility Services (facilities management services).
CIMIC Group’s role in the project spans design, construction and financing.