Large, 207m2 successful move by Alpha on a project management package in Otaki

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The house was moved off the Te Horo site when the Kapiti Expressway between Peka Peka and Otaki was being developed

It was moved in 1 piece with garage attached and moved into storage for a time before travelling again to its new site

The four bedroom house was manouevered carefully to avoid road signs and parked cars and ended up at its new site in Otaki where it was put onto a wooden floor that had been erected on new foundations.

The whole package from start to finish is being undertaken by Alpha which involves power, plumbing and drainage and adding the little extras like the decks etc

To see more photos: https://www.facebook.com/AlphaSpecialisedMovers/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2517177651674616

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Villa 242m2 moved from rural Masterton to Pauatahanui

This 242m2 of beautiful old worlde charm house was moved from its site in rural Masterton over the Rimutakas and delivered for a family who live rural in Pauatahanui

Moved in 2015 the 5 bedroom home also had an office and an attached garage

I have just received pictures of the nearly finished job so have now put up for you to look at on facebook.   All rooms have now had a total makeover and the home is looking absolutely stunning

https://www.facebook.com/AlphaSpecialisedMovers/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2451127014946347

 

 

1900 Circa Villa Moved from Central Lower Hutt to Moonshine

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The villa had been with its original family for 70+ years and it was with regret that they sold the house to a development company and it was left to Alpha to market the villa.

Owners were found and the villa was moved to its new site in the country.

The shifting involved moving the 411m2 house comprising of 5+ bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, sun room/study, several formal and casual living and dining areas, double garage with internal access.

The house was moved in 5 pieces and had to have the roof craned off as the height for powerlines was too high. Just like a jigsaw puzzle it was taken apart and then when it reached its destination the whole operation was reversed and the roof craned back on.

It now sits majestically on its new site.

MORE PHOTOS

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House Destined for life in the Country

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Another home moved by Alpha that has gone from the city to the country life.

The house was moved in 2 pieces over the Rimutakas and begins its life in the country

Power line escorts and Pilots were needed for the move from central Lower Hutt to its new site in Carterton.

The owners of the house are delighted and have begun with the rest of their site works

Click on link below for more photos….

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HOUSE WELL TRAVELLED – Kapiti to Upper Hutt

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The house started in Kapiti and the roof was craned off to make way for the expressway it went to our Yard in Te Marua and had the roof put back on and now a few months later and with a sleek makeover the roof was once again lifted off and then put back on at its new site

What a transformation

Check out this link for more photos

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MASTERTON COURTHOUSE GETS ANOTHER NEW HOME

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The ex Masterton Courthouse building was moved in 3 pieces by Alpha Specialised Movers, it took an hour to complete the journey & was a height of 8m. (Because the building is historical, Alpha didn’t want to pull it apart and dismantle it to get it down to five metres). Assistance with power board because of the over height load was needed including cherry pickers and men on ladders and on top of the building’s roof to assist getting it under the wires.

The Courthouse was built in 1883 and was Masterton’s 3rd Courthouse originally located in Lincoln Road (which is now Hall Street)

It remained in use until 1911 when it was then used as Government offices until the mid 1990’s.

It was then relocated to Te Ore Ore Road around 1995 and used as a residential dwelling.

It fell in to disrepair but has now been relocated once again into Morris Road, Masterton and will be completely overhauled and once again become a residential dwelling.

I will put up photos of the finished project as soon as they become available.

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