Apollo proudly lays claim to be the first company in Christchurch to design, consent and build a new building since the February 2011 earthquakes. This building was constructed for House of Travel Holdings.
The ability for Apollo to provide immediate earthquake response for local businesses came through the design and development of our modular office buildings.
The modular design is an open plan, thermally efficient building system developed to meet the immediate requirements of business, educational and secular organisations following the February 22nd Christchurch Earthquake.
The Modular System is designed for rapid assembly and can be configured in any size and format to suit specific user requirements. A modern architectural, insulated and fire safe panel cladding combined with a strong structural frame provides an attractive, functional and cost effective workspace.
The Modular System can be constructed in any open space and dismantled and relocated as necessary. High quality building materials are fully recyclable and provide enhanced residual value potential.
Farmers Mutual Group are among five companies that have relocated from earthquake damaged buildings, to the EQ Business Park located at Christchurch International Airport. So far, the site will be home to Farmers Mutual Group, House of Travel Holdings, St Johns, Disputes Resolution Services and Department of Internal Affairs.
Apollo is proud to see these companies back on their feet after the traumatic event.
The Modular System was also utilized in the construction of the 3,000m2 Stronger Christchurch Alliance Offices, completed in a record 12weeks in October, and located off the Southern Motorway near Addington, Christchurch.