Monday, October 18, 2010

A Big Thank You

This project could not have been achieved without the help of the following people:

• Pausma Wrought Iron - Rudolph Pausma
• Precision Laser Cutting - Steve Caddle
• CAAHT Studio Architects - Chris Holmes and Anna Tong
• Onehunga Primesite Limited - Sean Kirkpatrick
• Cemix - Bhav Dillion
• Koolfoam - Mark Maiden
• Megara
• Lighting - Kelvin Ransom

• Frank and Jill Ransom
• Karamia Miller

Also a speial thanks to our family and friends for the support throughout our project. Thank you

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Day and Night of The Event






Overall the Event was a huge success with plenty of positive feedback

Transportation To The Viaduct






The Structure was transported on a 6.5 meter long trailer with the use of the buckets to rise it off the floor so the polypropylene wasn't crushed.

Trial Run



With the use of the Hi ab attached at the lowest side of the structure (5 Meters High) and support at the base from our team members we were able to have a successful trial run, with the structure standing just over 8 meters.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Lighting Test



Our chosen Lighting system, a flood light with a blue filter over the top.
Fairy lights which was our original lighting plan fell through due the lights standing out more than the frame work, also the blacks leads that were placed in the structure looked tacky.

Applying Modules




Modules applied to the for sides of our steel frame, with the use of cable ties

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Arranging Modules


Polypropylene Modules were arranged in order, this making the application process easier for us.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Laser Cutting of Polypropylene Modules




Laser Cutting of our modules at Precision Laser Cutting

Steel Cage Complete


 Transportation of both Cages to new assembly venue.
Both cages connected with the use of cable ties.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Boxing


Boxing made for the concrete blocks to go at the base of the structure

Friday, October 8, 2010

Workshop Progress



Our first cage is complete which stands at 3 meters high, our other panels are ready to go on for it to reach the final height of 8 meters.


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