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Cameron Whyte


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After the completion of major renovation and restrengthening works, Brandon House is in the hunt for the RCP Commercial Office Award as part of the Property Council New Zealand / Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards.

The awards program, now in its 25th year of partnership with RLB, showcases excellence in design and innovation in New Zealand’s built environment.

Versatility, innovation, style, and function are the hallmarks of Brandon House, with application across ten floors of rentable office space

RLB Principal Cameron Whyte.

Brandon house offers a bold solution to both inspire workers and elevate business.

“Vital needs are met and exceeded while offering the extra touches that create unique, boutique offices and workspaces,” Cameron says.

Iconic Wellington building ‘Generator NZ’ is also a finalist for the prestigious property award.

Precinct Properties acquired the building in 2019 with the intent to redevelop and refurbish for the launch of Generator into the Wellington market.

Celebrating the reuse and repurpose of the existing building was an integral ambition of the design.

“The aim was to deliver a vibrant environment to facilitate networking, collaboration, event, activation, and socialising opportunities so employees want to come to work,” says RLB Principal Bevan Hartley.

Winners will be announced at the 2022 Property Council New Zealand / Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards, to be held at Spark Arena on Friday 12 August 2022.