Les Mills Victoria Street - Tailor Inc | ArchiPro NZ

Les Mills Victoria Street

Few businesses truly live the brand the way Les Mills does. From their people to their classes to their gyms, they are world-class. They have the audacious goal to be ‘the world’s best gyms!’

Tailor has forged an enduring partnership with Les Mills, providing the resources and expertise to guide and manage all aspects of their property portfolio, assisting them to achieve their business growth objectives as well as their constantly evolving, existing operations.

We are intimate with their brand, operations and aspirations and our team are experts at managing their high-performance projects with commitment, passion and energetic leadership. Les Mills Auckland City is the company’s flagship gym and as part of their planned $40 million overhauls of the Victoria Street site, Les Mills wanted to re-purpose an old car park building into a state-of-the-art exercise space comprising: 3 unique training studios including the world’s largest-ever Immersive Cycle studio (containing 100+ stationary bikes and a giant screen 20m wide by 4m high), A new to market boxing studio (called the Conquer Studio) and Functional training studio (called the Ceremony Studio).

The project value was approximately $4m.

A significant aspect of the project was the design and construction of a multi-storey inner-city car park with 7 levels. Housing 300 car parks and 3 retail tenancies, Tailor Inc. provided the full range of construction project management services for the building including a through-site link to Victoria St and an End-of-journey cycle storage facility for public use.

Our service included:

  • Drafting and implementing a preconstruction agreement service during design.
  • Managing the procurement of all design consultants.
  • Managing the procurement of the contractor.
  • Engineer to the Contract.
  • Reporting to the Les Mills Board of Directors on construction matters pertaining to the project.
  • Chairing and managing all project meetings including site meetings and PCGs.
  • Managing risk, project change and design discrepancies.
  • Stakeholder management; particularly being an inner-city project, the management of the ongoing impact of construction with neighbouring businesses.
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