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Hawkins and China Construction sign up for Park Hyatt Auckland

Hawkins Group and China Construction will be working in a joint venture to deliver Park Hyatt Auckland in the Wynyard Quarter, following a contract signing with Fu Wah International Group in late June. READ MORE >>

Secondary school students build a bright future in BCITO’s Build-Ability Challenge

Secondary school students from across the country are competing in this year’s BCITO Build-Ability Challenge which will put their building skills to the test while highlighting the benefits of a career in the trades. READ MORE >>

NZ Steel’s new unrivalled credentials

New Zealand Steel and Pacific Steel’s flat and long steel products manufactured at the Glenbrook facilities south of Auckland and in Otahuhu have become the latest products to receive independent environmental endorsement from Environmental Choice. READ MORE >>

Entries open for the 2016 Site Safe Construction Health and Safety Awards

Would you like to be recognised for your efforts in workplace health and safety? The Site Safe Construction Health and Safety Awards acknowledge people and companies who demonstrate excellence in H&S leadership and innovation – and they’re open for nominations now. READ MORE >>

Fulton Hogan joins the fight to save the takahe

The Department of Conservation (DOC) and leading civil engineering company Fulton Hogan have confirmed a $1 million partnership that will see critically endangered takahe continue to make strong progress back from the brink of extinction. READ MORE >>

Working group progressing reinstatement options for Christ Church Cathedral

A working group is considering options for the reinstatement of the Christ Church Cathedral and will, once a consensus has been reached, recommend the best way forward, Greater Christchurch Regeneration Minister Gerry Brownlee says. READ MORE >>

Multi-million upgrade of landmark Auckland hotel completed

The Hilton Auckland, one of the city’s leading five-star hotels, has completed a multi-million-dollar renovation, employing a leading specialist in hospitality design interiors for its refurbished premises. READ MORE >>

Not all innovative responses to supplying housing are lawful – By Rachel Devine and Kathy Wilson

When is a house not a house? When it’s a former pigsty (yes, a pen for animals), a garage used as a living space, or when it’s actually two houses, or more. READ MORE >>
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