A part of an Auckland building that collapsed this morning is destined to be leased to a multinational insurance company.
Police say some workers received minor injuries after a part of the second floor of the building on Don McKinnon Drive in the North Shore gave way at about 6am today.
All of the office space in the building is leased to IAG and the insurance company plans to use it as its North Shore contact centre.
The complex, which is also designed to have retail spaces on its ground floor, is a joint venture between property development company McDougall Reidy and construction group Haydn and Rollett.
Both have been unavailable for comment.
The building was set to be completed in August next year and is valued at about $28 million.
Worksafe inspectors have been at the scene of the collapse this morning.