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Stefen Setiawan

Associate Engineer

Stefen holds a mechanical engineering degree from Monash University and a Master of Engineering studies in construction management from the University of Auckland.

Since joining Pacific Commissioning in 2018, Stefen has worked across a range of leading projects, including laboratories, apartments, offices, hospitals, hotels, student accommodation and meat processing plants.

Passionate about his role and the building sector, Stefen credits his enthusiasm with the fact that every day is different, from the variety of projects to interacting with different people and resolving new challenges.

Possessing a strong technical knowledge, Stefen thrives at Pacific Commissioning actively contributing to it's supportive culture and the high level of trust between team members.

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Recent Projects

One Queen  

Pacific Commissioning’s role: Building Services Coordination

Located inside Auckland CBD’s Commercial Bay, One Queen offers a complete lifestyle precinct with five connected office towers, a hoteland high-quality retail, food and fashion.A challenging and complex project, the structure of what was formerly the HSBC Tower was kept, but the façade and everything internally was rebuilt. Everyfloor has been expanded in all directions, plus two additional levels have been constructed at the top. Having the lower levels connected tofully-operational Commercial Bay meant navigating acomplicated integration process, due to different floors being handed over to the client at varied times with functioning and live services.

Hilton Foods Processing Facility  

Pacific Commissioning’s role: Building Services Coordination 

A landmark facility for Countdown supermarkets, this brand new meat processing plant is the first in the country of it's size and automation.

A complex project from start to finish, this heavily services orientated facility has incredibly strict refrigeration and ventilation requirements. The daily sterile wash and dry cycle plays a key role in the operation of the plant, and it follows sustainable principles due to its innovative recycling of heat, which is dissipated into the hot water system to power the hot water.

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