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Business Central article Wellington housing development

This months Business Central magazine featured the Erskine Project Development. Business Central interviewed General Manager of Homestead - Daniel Lawry regarding the project and how using Precast Concrete construction has many benefits for this high-quality housing development in Island Bay. Read more...


Petone’s latest housing development – Paetutu is now underway by Homestead Construction Limited. The development, located at 429 Jackson St, Wellington includes 56 terraced 2 level homes located in clusters to form a high-quality urban community. Read more...


Congratulations to Roger Walker for the 2018 Wellington Architecture award for the Te Aro Pa Trust Papakainga housing design. The apartments were built by Homestead Construction Limited on Māori ancestral land at Evans Bay, Wellington. Here’s what the New Zealand Institute of Architects had to say about the project...


Construction is underway for the new Erskine housing Development. The contempory 80 town house development designed by CoLab Architecture is located on the historic site of the former Erskine College at Island Bay, Wellington. The terraced houses are set on a rolling landscape around the historic French-inspired gothic chapel which was built in in 1930.


Another successful project completed by Homestead Construction. Right on the beach front and with steel piles being driven 12m below foundations and all precast concrete walls and floors this building is here for the long haul. The club are going to complete the interior in the coming months. Homestead replaced the tiles on the wall by creating the pattern in the concrete and painting it to replicate the same look. Well done team for another great job and satisfied client!!


Recently, Homestead Construction built Wellington’s Te Aro Pa Trust 14 papakainga housing units on a site in the city’s Evans Bay. In July 2017 CCANZ published an article about the project 'Affordable city living for Iwi built in concrete' (author Ian Macintyre) Homestead Construction By Ian Macintyre. Published in CCANZ magazine


Homestead is privileged to be awarded the contract for building the new Westmount School, Manawatu Campus in Palmerston North. The 2400m2 self-directed modern learning facility is due to be completed for use by early 2018. There will be a total of 1500 tonnes of concrete required to complete the job!


This week the Business Central Magazine have featured an article on the Homestead Construction and how they built a successful and solid reputation designing and building homes and commercial buildings using precast concrete construction. Click here and turn to page 24 to read the article...



26th April 2017

Today Homestead welcomes the arrival of the new 80 tonne crawler crane to their yard. The crane has been imported from Australia equipped with a 58m main boom. With Homestead's continual growth in the light commercial construction sector the crane has been purchased to be used to further improve efficiency and shorten time frames on these large scale projects. The crane will go to the Westmount School project in Palmerston North which is commencing next month.


Homestead Construction, a builder specialising in precast concrete construction, leads the construction of the Lyall Bay Surf Club in Wellington. Donations, as well as funds from the club and Wellington City Council, will help build the new clubrooms, which will serve as a base of operations for the Lyall Bay Surf Life Saving Club. Having patrolled Lyall Bay for over a hundred years, they are an integral part of the local and visiting community. Click here to read article.


In 2009 Richard & Liz Ward, owners of the B-K's Motor Lodge chain, selected Homestead to build their new 1600m2 motel in Palmerston North. From the success of this project they were convinced of the value of building with concrete... they also chose Homestead to build their new motel on the Petone foreshore, Wellington. Read why the construction of these motels was a landmark in the history of Homestead. Click here to read the infonews.co.nz article about Homestead building B-K's Motels.


This month the 'Cement & Concrete Association NZ' featured a project completed by Homestead Construction. Click here to read the CCANZ Days Bay Article


With the old 1950's club room demolished the Homestead team have commenced works on the new purpose built Lyall Bay Surf Club. The club rooms are due to be completed late 2017.


In March 2016 Homestead Construction successfully completed the Te Aro Pā Apartments for Wellingtons first city Papakāinga on the Māori ancestral land at 312 Evans Bay, Wellington. The Māori Trust and Homestead team celebrated the opening with a dawn ceremony. We had the priviledge of having the Finance Minister Bill English and Māori Development Minister, Te Ururoa Flavell attend the event.