SkyCity Entertainment Group expects further delays in its "challenging" project of the New Zealand International Position Center in Auckland but there is no date to open.
The casino operator says that the center and Horizon Hotel, originally budgeted at $ 703 million and expected to be completed in February 2019, will now be completed "beyond December 2019" .
The company did not provide a new timeline and said it will provide further updates once it has more certainty about completion dates. Fletcher Building, managing the project, wrote earlier this year $ 486 million of string value of developments, including the conference center. As well as rising costs gradually, former chairman Ralph Norris stated contract terms for the conference center, allowing for flexibility to make variations in the cost of Fletcher.
Fletcher won the right to build the convention center in agreement that came to the previous government, and the judges said that there was no competitive tender.
SkyCity stated that it remained comfortable with the existing contractual arrangements and it is expected that any additional delays due to delays will be covered by abolished harm.
"Litigation options are still being evaluated," said the company in a presentation for the UBS investor conference in Sydney.
SkyCity, who announced last week the $ 188 million sales of Darwin's gasino, said he was successful in developing his other strategic projects.
The $ 330 million Adelaide casino campaign, which started in June, on time and on budget.
The company said he had received a number of expressions of interest in concession for the operation of car parking at his Auckland site.
It also evaluates the possible development of a hotel in Hamilton and has signed a provisional agreement for a future development site in the Queenstown.
SkyCity said he was still waiting for moderate growth in normal earnings for the 2019 financial year.
Group revenues up to 7 November are 7 per cent higher than one year earlier, or 3 per cent higher, excluding international business revenue.
The company said the momentum in New Zealand business from the second half of the year 2018 has continued to current year, with revenues about 6 per cent.
Adelaide local gambling activity has improved currently, with impairment of the main work being managed effectively.
International business revenues up to 7 November exceeded 36 percent at a weaker period a year earlier.