Apollo Projects are exited to be attending the upcoming 2023 Foodtech Packtech Tradeshow in Auckland. Our team members Grant Black and Iain Ansell will be attending the event to highlight Apollo's expertise in delivering the design and build of food processing facilities throughout New Zealand.
Apollo Projects is excited to be attending the upcoming 2023 New Zealand Waves Conference in Hamilton. Iain Ansell will be attending the event to highlight Apollo’s expertise in delivering the design and build of aquatic facilities throughout New Zealand.
Kiwa Pools was given a warm Tairāwhiti welcome with two special ceremonies signifying the official opening of the new complex on Wednesday. A pre-dawn blessing and karakia whakawātea to clear the path of the new building was undertaken by tangata whenua, and attended by students and those closely connected to the project.
Apollo Projects are excited to be attending the upcoming 2023 New Zealand Cold Storage conference at Trinity Wharf, Tauranga. Our team members Grant Black and Mark Woodhouse will be attending the event to highlight Apollo's expertise in delivering design and build of cold storage facilities throughout New Zealand.
Join Apollo Projects at the 2023 LGNZ SuperLocal Conference in Christchurch, where our team members, Simon Wall and Iain Ansell, will be highlighting our expertise in the design and build of state-of-the-art sports and aquatic facilities throughout New Zealand.
The Hawkes Bay Regional Aquatic Centre has taken out two national construction project awards with its design and build partner Apollo Projects.
Apollo Projects is proud to announce the launch of its innovative Cadetship Programme. This initiative marks a significant milestone in the company’s commitment to nurturing talent.
Apollo Projects were thrilled to receive three Gold Awards at this year’s Commercial Project Awards for recent projects for Ngāti Mutunga O Wharekauri, Hawke's Bay Community Fitness Centre Trust and Stratford District Council.
Apollo Projects, Swimming New Zealand’s principal sponsor, is getting behind SWIMSAFER Week 2022 (21-27 November), encouraging other companies to join them in funding swimming lessons for New Zealand children.
Excitement is building for Wai O Rua - Stratford Aquatic Centre to officially open its doors on Thursday 13 October. Delivered by Apollo Projects on budget, the construction team thoroughly enjoyed working alongside Stratford District Council to deliver this project in time for summer.
More than 10 million pizzas and bases will be produced annually by Romano’s Food Group now their new Christchurch factory has been completed by Apollo Projects.
Apollo Projects was delighted to present Hawke's Bay Regional Aquatic Centre in picture perfect condition for its official opening on 11 August. Our teams worked hard to deliver the shovel-ready project for the Hawke’s Bay Community Fitness Centre Trust (HBCFCT) on time and on budget.
Apollo Projects will lead the design and build of a new facility at the Ruakura Superhub for global shipping and logistics company, Maersk. The 18,000m² building will be the design and construction company’s largest cold store project in New Zealand to date and has a strong focus on environmental sustainability, in line with the priorities of both companies.
The Naenae community is one step closer to welcoming back the Naenae Pool and Fitness Centre, following a blessing of the Lower Hutt site on Friday morning.
Apollo Projects was thrilled to receive Gold and Silver Awards at this year’s Commercial Project Awards for our work with Christchurch City Council, Landpower, and Selwyn District Council.
The Apollo Projects team is comprised of talented individuals in a wide variety of roles. From design manager to systems and IT to marketing and business development to site managers, everyone at Apollo plays an important part in our success.
Find out how we are working with Hutt City Council to design and build a new Aquatics Centre in Lower Hutt - from early concept designs to the finished facility.
A surge in sport centre construction activity in Hawke’s Bay is keeping Apollo Project’s newest base very busy, and the company’s first projects are tipped to be game-changers for the region.
We are always incredibly proud to get the best outcomes for clients, and our recent project with multinational cold store operator, Americold, is one to celebrate.
Apollo Projects is proud to announce it has partnered with major sporting body, Swimming New Zealand. “We are so proud to be supporting the development of Aotearoa’s athletes,” Apollo Projects Director Paul Lloyd says.
Congratulations to the Apollo teams who took home three Gold Awards and two Silver Awards at the 2021 Commercial Project Awards! He Puna Taimoana took home a Gold in the leisure category.
Our recent project with Fonterra, Project Manuka, has been chosen as a Beacon Project by the Construction Sector Accord.Project Manuka is a significant plant upgrade and building maintenance project where we wanted to do things differently.
Apollo's work in the Hawke's Bay region has been heating up with the Hawke's Bay Regional Aquatic Facility and Pettigrew Green Arena extension underway.
13th-15th April 2021 ASB Showgrounds, Auckland Our stand: 3118, Hall 3 Apollo Projects will be exhibiting at the 2021 Foodtech Packtech (FTPT), New Zealand’s largest food manufacturing, packaging, and processing technology trade show.
2021 marks 20 years in business for Apollo Projects. Over the last two decades, we have built incredible projects and, more importantly, special relationships.
At Apollo Projects, we believe everyone should have access to the life-saving skills provided by learn-to-swim. This year, in place of corporate Christmas gifts, we are sponsoring free swim lessons for 400 kids in need across New Zealand.
The Indoor Courts facility at Foster Park in Rolleston officially has a name: Selwyn Sports Centre. The centre will be an incredible asset to the community, with eight indoor courts and multi-use spaces for a variety of recreation.
For many years, Apollo has proudly supported Heart Kids NZ by taking the plunge in the annual Heart Stopper Challenge to raise money to support kiwi kids born with heart defects, which is the most common serious birth defect in NZ.
Work in Linwood is progressing well! This will soon be home to Te Pou Toetoe: Linwood Pool. The Christchurch City Council facility will include a learn-to-swim pool, six-lane pool, toddler pool, family spa, bombing pool, large multi-purpose room with kitchen, meeting room, and outdoor courts.
We've officially broken ground at Te Pou Toetoe: Linwood Pool! This highly anticipated $22 million aquatic project is being built at Linwood Park on the corner of Linwood Ave and Smith St and is expected to open late 2021.
At this unprecedented time in New Zealand’s history, we are facing new challenges and changes every day. In our 19-year history, Apollo has viewed challenges and changes as opportunities to grow and learn.
Apollo is thrilled to be working with Christchurch City Council to deliver Te Pou Toetoe: Linwood Pool to the community. It is an honour to be working with Christchurch City Council on yet another Sports and Aquatics project.
Led by Matapopore and Ngai Tahu representatives, Lynne-Harata Te Aika and Te-Kaharoa Manihera, the new hot pool facility in New Brighton, He Puna Taimoana, was blessed this week.
Apollo's annual team building Abel Tasman Coastal Walk.
Apollo is a proud sponsor of the Hawke’s Bay Wine Auction, supporting Cranford Hospice. The Hawke’s Bay Wine Auction celebrates 28 years in 2019 with some of Hawke’s Bay’s most talented wine makers providing wine specially blended and bottled for this event.
Apollo Projects is proud to have been named the contractor for Selwyn District Council’s indoor courts project at Foster Park. This exciting project will meet the growing need for indoor sports facilities in Selwyn.
We are delighted to announce that our Taiora QEII Recreation and Sport Centre project won the best in category Tourism and Leisure Property Award at the 2019 Property Council New Zealand’s Industry Awards on Friday, 14th June.
Over a number of gruelling days in March, two Apollo staffers - Gerry Sullivan & Steve Bailey conquered the extreme multi-sport expedition adventure race known as GODZone! Huge congratulations boys for participating and surviving this endurance race!.
The Abel Tasman Coastal Walk was again an amazing location for the annual Apollo team building trip. Over 3 days in February, staff from around the country converged on this spectacular destination for lots of fun, laughter, eating and drinking, plus a good amount of swimming and walking through one of New Zealand's most beautiful coastal tracks.
Four teams from the Apollo Projects Christchurch office braved the cold wintery conditions on Friday October 12th to take the icy plunge to raise money for Heart Kids New Zealand.
Our new design and build in Hamilton for Open Country Dairy at Ports of Auckland, is well underway.
The early morning training sessions on the Avon River paid off for the Apollo Projects Rowing team on Sunday September 30th, when they competed in the Canterbury PROSKIFF Indoor Sprint Championships.
Taiora QEII officially opens today. It's been a mammoth project for Apollo and we're excited about bringing it back to the community with The Christchurch City Council.
This month Apollo Projects is celebrating its 15th anniversary! Over the past 15 years Apollo Projects has evolved and grown, but the core principle has stayed the same; a client’s trust is everything.
Apollo Projects - Champion Canterbury Awards Finalist We are proud to have been announced as finalists in the 2016 Champion Canterbury Business Awards.