Air New Zealand Headquarters

Air New Zealand's six-storey, 15,600sqm head office building on the corner of Beaumont and Fanshawe Streets is another example of an integrated Hawkins project with both the base building and total interior fit-out delivered by Hawkins.

Botany Downs Secondary School


Hawkins was contracted by the Ministry of Education under a design and build contract to deliver what was, at the time, New Zealand's first public secondary school to be built in 20 years.

Tetra Pak Building

Charter House


The $43m Charter House building project for Cooper & Company was the first stage of moving Westpac Bank's headquarters into the Britomart precinct.

Ruakuri Cave

Hawkins was awarded the contract to build this highly specialised project, designed for the tourism market. Ruakuri Cave has an extensive history dating back to the 1800s, and its name reflects the legendary occupation by a pack of wild dogs .

Christchurch Women's Hospital


Club Tower


Club Tower on Worcester is named after the neighbouring historic Canterbury Club. Club Tower is the first 5-Star-rated building in the Garden City using the New Zealand Green Building Council Green Star rating system and the first "A-grade" building constructed in the city for almost 20 years.

Auckland Women's Corrections Facility

Auckland Region Women’s Corrections Facility (ARWCF) was the second of the four new prisons to be constructed. It is the first women’s correctional facility in New Zealand, which has been purpose-designed and built. 

Christchurch Hospital Emergency Department

The Christchurch Hospital Emergency Department (ED) is the sole emergency medical facility in Christchurch, and acts as the acute access point for all tertiary care in the Canterbury region. The ED sees 72,000 patients annually, of which 48% are admitted. It is one of the busiest Emergency Departments in Australasia and is the sole Emergency Department for a population catchment of over 500,000 people.

Te Puia