The team associated with the development
Foodstuffs North Island Ltd.
Foodstuffs North Island (FSNI) is both the owner of the site and the principal partner in its development. A New Zealand co-operative operating the PAK’nSAVE, New World, Four Square and Gilmours brands, Foodstuffs North Island is owned by its co-operative members who are highly engaged and embedded in their communities. FSNI’s membership collectively employ over 24,000 people across the North Island in their stores with a team of 1,700 in support. Foodstuffs Property Investment team are leading the co-operatives involvement in the Dominion Road Development.
Silk Road Management Ltd.
Managing Director John Dalzell was previously Chief Executive of Waterfront Auckland, now known as Panuku Development Auckland. With expertise in managing complex development projects, John will oversee Silk Road’s role in guiding the broad spectrum of property related disciplines, financial management, corporate governance, project and development management issues related to the project.
Warren + Mahoney
Warren and Mahoney is one of the most respected and successful architectural practices in Australasia. Proudly from Aotearoa and the Pacific, the firm believes that capturing and reflecting identity is key to making places that work for their users. They believe that Iidentity is about the understanding of self, grounded in place, culture, heritage and sense of purpose, and that the most authentic, successful and enduring projects are those that reflect the shared identity of the community. Warren and Mahoney will ensure these principles are upheld in the Dominion Road development.
Dominion Constructors Ltd.