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04/12/2021

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Office, People

We are delighted to offer our support and sponsorship to the Queenstown Robostormers. Through the medium of Lego Mindstorm, the Queenstown Robostormers club teach and instil the values of engineering, design, programming and coding to school aged children in the region. Through their efforts they promote a path we to career within a STEM environment.

04/12/2021

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People

Some of the team at Sullivan Hall have rallied around and come together to support Movemeber this year. Movember is an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide. The team made a great effort […]

31/07/2021

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People

Sullivan Hall is delighted to announce the appointment of four new Associate Directors, Matthew Gilfoyle, Ali Faiyaz, Fearghal McGuinness and Jonathan Perkins.

10/11/2020

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People

Our staff wear many hats, or should we say helmets? At Sullivan Hall we facilitate our staff assisting as volunteers with Fire and Emergency New Zealand.

10/11/2020

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Buildings, People

The annual Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) National Awards is an event that is eagerly anticipated by us. As we work towards becoming the preferred engineers to all architects that deliver remarkable buildings, many of our clients, and now subsequent friends, have featured heavily at this prominent event

17/04/2020

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People

The team at Sullivan Hall strive to deliver great documentation. Having an ability to highlight design challenges early and address these before construction is core to the value Sullivan Hall adds to a project team.

06/12/2019

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People, Work

The Diversity Agenda: our commitment to achieving a better gender balance in fields of Engineering and Architecture Sullivan Hall were a founding partner and current member of the Diversity Agenda. Launched in early 2018, the initial goal was to champion 20% more women engineers and architects in the profession, the campaign has since expanded beyond [...]