Contractor Information Evening for Te Ramanui o Ruapūtahanga
An information evening is being held for contractors and sub-contractors who could be interested in tendering for the work to build Te Ramanui o Ruapūtahanga, the district’s new Library Library, Culture and Arts Centre.
Following the granting of its resource consent by Independent Commissioner, Alan Withy work on the new centre could start in the next few months, subject to no appeal being lodged during the appeal period.
Project coordinator, Phil Waite says once the appeal period is over the next step is to put tenders out for the demolition and construction work.
South Taranaki Mayor Phil Nixon says Te Ramanui o Ruapūtahanga is a key anchor project in the Hāwera town centre redevelopment which will also be a big boost to the District's post COVID-19 recovery.
It will bring more foot traffic, visitors and vibrancy to the CBD, provide enhanced community services, create jobs and economic stimulus at this crucial time and improve connectivity for both the South Taranaki community and for visitors to the District,” says Mayor Nixon.
Located on the corner of High and Regent Streets, the new 1605m2 building combines a number of facilities onto one site, including a bigger library, meeting rooms, public toilets, an art gallery and heritage exhibition space, i-SITE visitor centre and café.
Contractor Information Evening
When: Thursday 20 August 2020
Where: Community Centre, Albion Street, Hawera
Time: 5.30pm – 7pm
RSVP by 19 August to firstname.lastname@example.org or 06 278 8599
Light refreshments served