Southland accountancy practice McCulloch + Partners is on the move after 51 years.
McCulloch + Partners is moving to the Invercargill City Council’s new Business House development at 20 Don St.
The move had been a long time in the planning and was the result of their initiative in promoting a Business House for the Central Business District (CBD) of Invercargill.
McCulloch + Partners, together with Brent Knight, director and owner of McCulloch Architects, tabled concept plans to the council when they purchased the historic Todd’s Auction Site. The concept was met with enthusiasm by the council and the new three story building will be officially opened on Monday.
The Business House will also include complementary businesses such as Cruickshank Pryde Solicitors and Craigs Investment Partners, along with The Auction House Cafe and Bar, the re-branded Three Bean Cafe, and will be operated by Judy Storey.
McCulloch + Partners Invercargill office managing partner Mark Bain said “our firm is looking forward to working in a new building environment that has modern technology solutions that will assist our staff and clients. Our meeting and boardrooms will all be fully equipped with video conferencing facilities that will be made available to our clients and business partners.”
McCulloch + Partners was founded in 1874 in Invercargill, with their first offices in the Southland Provincial Chambers in Kelvin St. The business then moved to The Crescent in 1950, then to its Spey St location in 1966. McCulloch + Partners also have offices in Queenstown and Te Anau.Asics shoesNike Air Force 1 07 Premium Just Do It White AR7719-100 Shoes for Sale – Buy Best Price Adidas&Nike Sport Sneakers