A number of structures and prominent buildings have been enhanced by the presence of ETECH-constructed fittings, utilities and three-dimensional sculptures. In Auckland, the company made an outstanding contribution to the Britomart project; of note were the construction and installation of a water feature, an array of stainless steel spheres, a glass bridge and various handrails. When the UCOL building in Palmerston North underwent refurbishment ETECH was on hand to make and deliver a host of metalwork structures, in particular sunscreens, eyebrows and handrails. Arguably the most stunning aspect of all of ETECH’s work, especially in a visual sense, is the production of small and large specialised artistic sculptures.
ETECH has been involved in some very interesting and sophisticated projects over the years. Highlights include fabrication and installation of pharmaceutical production plants for global customers such as Glaxo and MSD in New Zealand and Australia.
Food processing plant extensions for the likes of Fonterra and Goodman Fielder as well as regular plants maintenance. ETECH has its own site crews that have the experience and know how to work to the most exacting international standards and customer plant procedures and policies.
ETECH has been involved in many construction projects with leading building companies such as Fletcher Buildings and Hawkins Construction. Projects include the Britomart train station and TePapa Museum of New Zealand.
Many NZ leading artists use ETECH as their preferred supplier. ETECH manufactured artefacts featured in Wellington and Auckland streetscapes, the New Zealand Embassy in Washington DC and outside various corporate and public buildings.