Te Kaha – Canterbury’s NZ$683m state-of-the-art multi-use arena will position Christchurch as a world-class destination for events. It will deliver a 30,000-seat covered arena for hosting major sporting matches and international concerts, with a scalable seating capacity to ensure it remains fit for purpose for smaller events.
From bare land to three levels high, a new timelapse video shows the progress made on Te Kaha, over the past 12 months.
The site camera located opposite the project captures images of the precinct every five minutes, documenting the different phases of work.
Te Kaha Project Delivery Limited’s chief executive, David Kennedy, said the past year has seen remarkable progress made on Te Kaha, as the project continues to meet its timing and budget goals.1
You can view the time lapse here: https://youtu.be/iy_IrjcGWTg?si=NP17ToTUU9EfOzaJ
Christchurch City Council engaged RCP to provide project and design management services, and contract administration of the pre-contract services agreement (PCSA) in early 2021. The PCSA was the second of a three-stage procurement process. Following the successful PCSA stage, RCP’s engagement was extended to the detailed design and construction stage.
To find out more about the project visit: https://ccc.govt.nz/the-council/future-projects/major-facilities/canterbury-arena