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Wellington Town Hall Strengthening Project



The Project


The Wellington Town Hall was closed to the public in 2013 due to it being earthquake prone.

With the building being over a century old, demolition was not an option due to its heritage status, so significant strengthening works commenced in 2019.


The Requirement


With the large amount of piling required and the semi tidal water table there was a significant amount of contaminated water which required treating.


The Solution


March Construction and Naylor Love engaged Condor to supply a turn-key water treatment system to assist with meeting the council discharge consent requirements.

Water samples were taken from the site and tested prior to designing a system to meet the site specific requirements.

The system proposed and proceeded with consisted of five chemical dosing pumps to effectively treat the Total Suspended Solids and pH of the discharge water and the system was set up with a dual discharge to provide the option of discharging to the storm water network or sewer.

The Result


Condor staff oversaw the commissioning of the system and the relevant onsite staff were given training on the operation of the system.

The end result being the contractors met environmental compliance as set out by the client.


Contractor: March Construction, Naylor Love


Client: Wellington City Council


Products used: Condor customised XXL Water Treatment System, Treatment Chemicals, Buffer Tank.


Location: Wellington City


Think of Condor as your Environmental Compliance Partner.

Our team works hard to understand the challenges you face. We go further to ensure the solutions we provide are fit for purpose and will comply with local environmental regulations so you can get on with the task at hand.







These systems are available for hire, lease or purchase New Zealand wide. Contact us on 0508 044 055 to discuss your site requirements.



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