Deloitte Tower Auckland

The existing facade of the Jean Batten building was to remain, and a new tower was to stretch through the existing facade. The terrace area of the building was on level 8 which was at the top of the existing façade. In this location was a large wrap around deck joining onto the new structure.

ArchitectWarren & Mahoney Woods Baggot
ContractorBrookfield Multiplex
SystemPodium Terrace System
Size660 m2

Mastic Asphalt Roofing was selected for this contract due to its superior qualities and its ability to be laid at a low degree of fall. It was applied to the level 7 balcony area at an early stage of construction. This enabled other trades to complete their work without the risk of water penetration affecting their products.

Due to a lack of space during construction the finished mastic asphalt was used as a loading platform for storage of material and equipment for other areas of the contract. This highlights the superior durability and waterproofing qualities of the material used. Could stand with the rigours of modern construction.

Asphaltech solution

Extremely strong, durable and can be easily formed/molded to complex shapes the premium Podium system is perfect for modern construction. In its malleable state, when hot, it allows a full range of surface finishes from the mastic asphalt wearing layer, which can be stamped with patterns, coloured or just smooth flat providing a stable base for overlaying various surface finishes from the pavers on pedestals systems to simple decorative pebbled surfaces.

System used

Podium Terrace System

Podium Terrace System

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