PHOTO: STACY SQUIRES/STUFF Christchurch’s justice and emergency services precinct opened in 2017 after long delays. Its stone fins were provided by Prime Design.
Another construction sector company has gone into liquidation after reportedly struggling to get paid.
Prime Building Systems produced facade panels and metal joinery under the trading name Prime Design. It had factories in Manukau, Auckland and Bromley, Christchurch.
The company’s projects included producing stone fins for Christchurch’s justice and emergency services precinct and terracotta cladding for the city’s airport Novotel hotel. Both projects ran into serious delays and cost overruns, and the hotel remains under construction despite an original 2017 completion date.
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