Nga Puna Wai Stadium NZ

LOCATION

Christchurch, NZ

Client

Hawkins Construction

Products Used

Assistrail® - Disability Handrails AR150,

Conectabal® - Commercial Balustrades CB10, CB40,

Net Promoter Score

Moddex’s Score is 91%
Global Industry Average is 51%

Project Background

The Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub was built to replace a number of earthquake damaged sports facilities in Christchurch. The facility includes athletics track and fields, hockey pitches, tennis courts, rugby league fields and multi-purpose community fields. 

The $53.65 million multi-sports facility was made possible with strong support from the wider Christchurch recreational and sporting community. 

After 90% of submissions from a public consultation in 2014 were in favour of a sports hub at Nga Puna Wai, the Council made the decision to proceed with the project. 

Moddex NZ worked alongside contractor Hawkins Construction on the rugby league field grandstand, overcoming the complexities of C5 crowd loaded balustrading, integrated lighting, wiring and a lot of varying ramp angles to deliver a superb modular handrail & balustrade package for the Christchurch City Council.

Products/configurations used on project

  • Commercial Balustrade Conectabal CB10
  • Commercial Balustrade Conectabal CB40
  • Disability Handrail Assistrail AR150

Why was Moddex product selected?

Moddex NZ offered a complete compliant solution including incorporation of the clients specific lighting requirements.

LOCATION

Christchurch, NZ

Client

Hawkins Construction

Products Used

Assistrail® - Disability Handrails AR150,

Conectabal® - Commercial Balustrades CB10, CB40,

Net Promoter Score

Moddex’s Score is 91%
Global Industry Average is 51%

Products Used

  • AR150
    Single Offset Handrail | Wall Mounted. For level, ramp and stair applications with suitable substrate for mounting
  • CB10
    Standard Balustrade. For level applications above one metre (FFL)
  • CB40
    Balustrade | Single Offset Handrail. For level and stair applications above one metre (FFL)

Closer View of Npa Puna Wai Stadium