It was a fantastic morning for the Maori blessing of the new Hyundai Marine Sports Centre with over 200 people attending the morning and having a look through our new home. The ceremony began an 0630 with Ngāti Whātua walking through the building trailed by the huge crown. The next stage of development is now underway, [...]
The morning may not have been perfect weather wise, however there was a ray of sunshine across all the smiling faces that had the chance to do a special site visit of the Hyundai Marine Sports Centre earlier this week. Hon Grant Robertson, Minister of Finance and Sport and Recreation, along with Auckland Councillor Desley [...]
One can't deny that the three masted vessel in the forefront of this photo is rather impressive. The photo was captured by Kai Kratz, Fletcher Construction Company Limited Project Manager, from North Head on a perfect winters day. But if you glance your eyes to the top of the rigs, you will notice something even more [...]
Our AMSCT Trustees were treated last week with a tour of the Hyundai Marine Sports Centre construction site to view progress of the build project. The interior spaces are really taking shape and looking very impressive – take a peak! Cafe and bar area, looking West to the Joyce Fisher Youth Education Room [...]
Despite a few delays, thanks to a couple of January storms, we remain on-time and on-budget to open the Hyundai Marine Sports Centre this Spring! The framework of the building has now risen to full height and the size and scale of The Centre taking shape is very impressive. With Fletcher Construction continuing to work [...]
Have you visited the construction site of the Hyundai Marine Sports Centre recently? There is a second floor! If you're in the area, swing on by and check it out because it's super exciting to see our new clubrooms getting built. Thanks to member Richard Milner for these great drone photos.
It's all on this morning with the first concrete pour for the floor is well underway - you can really see the building starting to take shape now! Keeping our fingers crossed the weather holds today for the team on site doing an amazing job. The future is taking shape so get on down and [...]
The last of the demolition of the old Royal Akarana Yacht Club building has now come down. The a-frame exterior wall of the Hyundai M-Class Lounge was the last piece of the building to be pulled down by the digger on Tuesday morning the 4th April at 0930 hours. The site will now be cleaned up [...]
The main building is taking a little longer to come down due to the more complex nature of the structure. So far the Mermaid Lounge and bar have been demolished and soon the Hyundai M-Class Lounge will follow. Here are the latest images from what's happening on site.