Aurecon challenges STEM students to build bridges to the future

The future of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in New Zealand is looking bright, says Aurecon, after high school students from around the country participated in its annual bridge building competition in August. READ MORE >>

The search is on for the best commercial builds in New Zealand

Entries are now open for the 2018 New Zealand Commercial Project Awards. Run by the Registered Master Builders Association (RMBA), this prestigious programme sets the benchmark for commercial construction in New Zealand and celebrates collaboration and innovation across the sector. READ MORE >>

No such thing as a bridge too far with the help of shipping containers

Work to replace Queenstown’s iconic Kawarau Falls Bridge with a two-lane bridge has presented many challenges for the developers – but they have overcome the elements, and a river running 43 m below, with the help of shipping containers from Royal Wolf. READ MORE >>

Willis Bond & Co announces latest Wynyard Quarter development at 30 Madden

Willis Bond & Co has launched its latest development, 30 Madden, the next development in the company’s ambitious Wynyard Quarter residential project, which intends to rejuvenate an under-utilised area of the city and transform it into the new heart of Auckland. READ MORE >>

Teletrac Navman reaches milestone – 100,000 vehicles tracked across ANZ

Puppies, pizza and pines – just a few of the items carried in the 100,000 assets Teletrac Navman tracks across New Zealand and Australia. READ MORE >>

Waikato Expressway bridges opening soon

Two bridges that will cross the Hamilton section of the Waikato Expressway are expected to open to traffic before Christmas 2017. READ MORE >>

Christchurch Arts Centre wins gold at national engineering awards

Technical excellence and the sensitive treatment of heritage features during restoration of two of the Christchurch Arts Centre’s oldest buildings has resulted in a national engineering award. READ MORE >>

Grand designs south of Auckland

The development of a new community on former Wesley College land near Pukekohe has moved a step closer with the announcement of 12 build partners. READ MORE >>

Property insurance costs tipped to rise

The cost of insuring some buildings could rise by more than 50% in just three months according to new figures from insurance brokers. READ MORE >>

Subdividing sections a hot topic for Auckland homeowners

With the Unitary Plan making subdivision easier, more and more Aucklanders are looking to explore that option for their own properties. READ MORE >>
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