Commercial Design & Build

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HVAC for any building scale

From small-scale buildings to large commercial applications, we work closely with our clients to discuss their challenges and aspirations and deliver a bespoke system, completely fit for purpose.

We engage in a rigorous design process that utilises our wide range of tools and systems to properly scope and budget projects. Our engineers design with sustainability in mind, developing Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) solutions that prioritise comfort and energy efficiency. All systems designed are fully compliant with New Zealand building code regulations.

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Air conditioning for commercial spaces

Designed to regulate and control the temperature, humidity and air quality in large-scale commercial spaces such as offices, shopping malls and industrial buildings, commercial air conditioning systems are more robust and powerful than residential systems to meet the demands of larger areas and higher occupant loads.

Energy efficiency is a key consideration in commercial air conditioning, with systems often employing advanced technologies to optimise performance. Building Management Systems (BMS) are frequently integrated to monitor and adjust HVAC settings and enhance energy efficiency.

Proper installation and regular maintenance are crucial to ensure the longevity and efficiency of the air conditioning plant and contribute to a comfortable and productive environment for occupants.

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Commercial air ventilation solutions

Commercial ventilation is crucial for maintaining indoor air quality and ensuring the efficiency of the system. Through the exchange of indoor and outdoor air to remove stale air and pollutants, control humidity and replenish oxygen levels, commercial ventilation systems are designed to handle larger spaces and higher occupancy loads.

Proper commercial ventilation offers several benefits, including improved occupant comfort, enhanced worker productivity and healthier indoor environments. It also helps comply with building codes and standards that mandate minimum ventilation requirements. Energy-efficient ventilation design can contribute to cost savings by optimising air distribution and reducing the load on other Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) plants.

Featured projects

Te Arai Pizza Barn

HVAC Services at Te Arai Links Clubhouse

Chilltech was entrusted with maintaining HVAC systems at the upscale Te Arai Links Clubhouse and Ric’s Pizza Barn, ensuring top-notch service without disrupting the experience expected by staff, members and guests.

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HVAC Comfort for Mangawhai Home

Chilltech tackled an inefficient and loud ducted air conditioning system, causing discomfort and high energy use. A detailed audit showed the system was misaligned with the home’s layout, affecting heating and cooling distribution.

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HVAC Solution for Kaikohe Innovation Hub

Chilltech, sought for expertise in installation, designed tailored HVAC solutions for three buildings in Kaikohe’s Innovation Park: Regent Training Centre, NorthTec Te Pukenga, and Innovation Hub, ensuring optimal functionality for each.