126LQ is being delivered by The Wellington Company, established in 1990 and a major player in the redevelopment of Wellington City's urban environments and historic places, in addition to a breadth of residential and commercial development across the Wellington region. Recent commercial projects delivered by The Wellington Company include Spark Central, Xero House and Conservation House.
Lead design and architecture is by architecture+ award winning architects based in Wellington. Their expertise is cultural, commercial, residential and interior architecture. Architecture+ has a recognised design focus and is committed to the creation of successful interior and exterior spaces. While Architecture+ is recognised for its contemporary work and leading edge solutions it does this with a strong emphasis on appropriateness and acknowledgment of time and place. Architecture+ as a practice is committed to incorporating sustainable design solutions in all projects to an appropriate level and in agreement with clients.
Conservation Architecture is by Ian Bowman Conservation Architect, a nationally recognised heritage architect who has worked across numerous high profile heritage buildings and assets including the Auckland and Wellington town hall, Government House, Parliament House and Wellington Maritime Museum.
Stuctural Engineering is by Silvester Clark Consulting Engineers, established in 1979 as OSA. In 2003 Peter Clark and John Silvester formed OSA Silvester Clark, with Scott Miller joining them in 2006 as a company Principal. In July 2006 the company became Silvester Clark. As Silvester Clark grew so did the staff and in 2013 Ignatius Black, Scott, Blain and Cameron Jack joined as Principals. Silvester Clark are currently responsible for around $250 million of construction annually.
Read more about the project team's approach to this unique building here.