Industrial Architecture

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Industrial Architecture demands high levels of design skills which need to embrace the special understanding of Heavy Engineering, Structural and Civil and often Mechanical and Hydraulic Engineering, not to mention Fire Safety design and Geotechnical Engineering.

BJA has developed special skills in this field having been involved over the years with complex engineering design creating Warehouses, Depots, Industrial and Manufacturing Facilities throughout NZ.

Our Director, Michael Sin, had designed some of the larger industrial buildings for large Transport Freight Forwarding and Logistic Companies, Food Manufacturing Companies, Tank Farms, Silos, Pharmaceutical Companies as well as Storage Warehouses, sizes of which are as large as 2 soccer fields for some well known NZ companies. He has also designed chemical storage facilities that had the met the most stringent requirements of the Dangerous Goods Acts.

His knowledge of the clients special food production handling needs enables him to also provide clients with the design of highly specialized food production facilities for the processing of food products that passed stringent NZ Health and Food Safety Standards like Industrial kitchens, pharmaceutical plant and food processing plants. He has designed large coolstores and plants with heavy mechanical needs as well as Steel manufacturing and handling facilities.

Michael had designed huge large span warehouses and currently designing a large 50m span Supermarket and shopping complex with the use of steel portal structures. His design of large auditorium also embodies the skills of creatively using steel to span large distances and at very effective cost per square metre rates. Most of the external cladding is with special precast concrete panels and metal cladding.


Industrial Architecture