Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) advises that, following the completion of the compulsory acquisition process being undertaken by WSP NZ Acquisition Limited (WSP) on 10 January 2018, Opus intends to delist from the NZX Main Board. In anticipation of delisting, trading in Opus’ shares will be suspended after close of business on Monday, 11 December 2017.
Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) announced today the appointment of three new non-independent Directors to the Board. This announcement follows confirmation of WSP NZ Acquisition Limited (WSP) as the dominant owner of Opus earlier this week.
Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) has today been informed that WSP NZ Acquisition Limited (WSP) has been granted consent by the Overseas Investment Office for the acquisition of all of Opus’ shares under the takeover offer made by WSP on 1 September 2017 (the Offer).
With the New Zealand education system dropping in world rankings, is the Kiwi curriculum keeping pace with a rapidly-changing world and do enough children have full access to new technology? Click here to view.
Opus International Consultants (Opus) received a highly commended in the Christchurch Energy Champion section of the 2014 EECA Awards. Opus has applied a whole-of-life design approach - focused on long-term energy performance, reliability and ongoing maintenance - to some of Christchurch's most high profile ‘anchor' projects.
Opus Architecture presented the winning entry for the 2014 Revit Technology Conference held in Melbourne Australia. It was selected by fellow delegates for first place in the Documentation Category. This section is intended to showcase 2D documentation / annotation work carried out within the BIM environment.
An ongoing, and outstanding dedication to sustainable energy has seen Opus Architecture, and its parent company Opus International Consultants, applauded at last night’s Energy Efficiency & Conservation Authority (EECA) Awards in Auckland.
Mark Burke-Damaschke, National Manager, Architecture responds to Metro's January edition. Click here to view.
We're very proud to be involved in the Waka Maori project.
The Lyttelton Police Station (circa 1880) is listed by the Historic Places Trust as a Category II Heritage building. It is the oldest continuously manned police station in New Zealand.