What We Do

Explore the wide range of projects Stevenson Concrete has completed.

Residential

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Seaside Oasis

Jack's Mix™ is a highly popular, hard wearing mix for use both inside and out. It's the perfect choice to enhance driveways, paths, entertainment areas and spaces inside your home.

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Herne Bay Sophistication

The long steep waterfront site on the edge of a public reserve presented Leuschke Architects and Stevenson Concrete with a challenge.

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Infrastructure

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St. Heliers Bay Boat Ramp

A boat ramp has existed in the centre of St Heliers Bay since about 1930. Stevenson Concrete worked to reinstate this recreational facility, after the old one was buried under sand.

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Beaumonts Bridge

The old Beaumonts Bridge in Manurewa has long been an accident black spot and had come to the end of its serviceable life. Manukau City Council commissioned Opus to design a realignment that included extra clearances for future rail upgrades and electrification.

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North Head Coastal Pathway

This project upgraded an existing path put in during WWI and WWII to service the submarine booms and searchlight batteries of the Harbour Protection Defence Screen.

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Commercial

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Auckland Art Gllery

ARTFUL CONCRETING MAKES A STATEMENT Auckland Council commenced in September 2008 a comprehensive development of the Auckland Art Gallery at the corner of Wellesley and Kitchener Streets, Auckland. The aim of the project was to provide an exciting, vibrant and welcoming art experience while protecting one of Auckland’s treasured iconic buildings for future generations.

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Next Generation Club – Auckland Tennis

NEXT GENERATION CLUB – AUCKLAND DOMAIN Stevenson Concrete was the main concrete supplier in the development of a new $26 million world-class multi-sports club on the footprint of the Auckland Tennis Centre in Stanley Street, Parnell. Construction of the new club commenced in May 2010 and was completed in August 2011.

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8 On Nugent

The 8 on Nugent development for the Neil Group consisted of 5 buildings. Stevenson Concrete supplied a variety of mixes to the project.

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Industrial

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Auckland Glass

The construction of new facilities for Penrose glass manufacturer O-I New Zealand (formerly ACI Glass Packaging) required Stevenson Concrete to create special mixes and to regularly pour concrete in the middle of the night in a physically challenging environment, under tight time constraints. The project commenced in December 2009 when Stevenson Concrete was subcontracted by Harbour Construction Ltd to supply special concrete mixes to the project.

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Onehunga Recycling

CMA's new recycling plant in Onehunga aims to handle and recycle cars in an environmentally sound way. Stevenson Concrete is proud to have made a significant contribution to construction of their new Onehunga Plant.

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Pah House

This land has been of importance to Maori since early times, ever since Whataroa Pa stood on this site. In 1879 James Williamson, a prominent Auckland businessman, instructed architect Edward Mahoney to build Pah Homestead.

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Auckland Museum

Stevenson Concrete products played a key part in the construction of the Grand Atrium project, a stunning 8,500 square metre public space, at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.  

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Community

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Auckland Art Gllery

ARTFUL CONCRETING MAKES A STATEMENT Auckland Council commenced in September 2008 a comprehensive development of the Auckland Art Gallery at the corner of Wellesley and Kitchener Streets, Auckland. The aim of the project was to provide an exciting, vibrant and welcoming art experience while protecting one of Auckland’s treasured iconic buildings for future generations.

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Next Generation Club – Auckland Tennis

NEXT GENERATION CLUB – AUCKLAND DOMAIN Stevenson Concrete was the main concrete supplier in the development of a new $26 million world-class multi-sports club on the footprint of the Auckland Tennis Centre in Stanley Street, Parnell. Construction of the new club commenced in May 2010 and was completed in August 2011.

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Ronald McDonald House

Stevenson Concrete recently donated materials and labour to assist in the construction of a family garden at Ronald McDonald House. Funds had been raised for the garden but extra assistance was required to create the exposed aggregate concrete paths.

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