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On its way! CRL tunnel boring machine passes big factory tests

New Zealand’s largest transport infrastructure project is celebrating a significant milestone – Auckland’s City Rail Link (CRL) has formally accepted ownership of its big tunnel boring machine (TBM) after extensive factory tests in China. READ MORE >>

Construction sites fly flags for suicide prevention

Over 200 construction sites around the country were flying flags during the week starting 7 September to mark World Suicide Prevention Day (10 September). READ MORE >>

Kiwi road users being let down on road maintenance

The Government must ramp up investment in road maintenance immediately, says an industry group, as data shows an alarming decline in the quality of road surfaces around the country. READ MORE >>

Tamaki Jobs & Skills Hub marks major milestone

Zjovani Petera is officially the first apprentice to graduate from a referral from the Tamaki Jobs & Skills Hub, a local resource for residents of Glen Innes, Panmure and Point England in east Auckland. READ MORE >>

New concrete strength prediction engine available

Significant time and cost savings can be achieved on major construction projects through the use of a new-to-the-market concrete strength prediction engine. READ MORE >>

Let there be light – Rainbow Machine wins gold

A team of staff and alumni from the University of Auckland, who met as students at the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries (CAI), has been awarded the Good Design Australia Gold Award for an interactive installation. READ MORE >>

Eco-friendly design earns Turanga a 5-star rating

The awards and accolades keep coming for Christchurch’s central library, Turanga. The five-storey building, which sits on the edge of Cathedral Square, has become one of the few public buildings in New Zealand to be awarded a 5 Green Star (custom design certified rating) from the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC). READ MORE >>

Auckland construction projects take advantage of less traffic under Alert Level 3

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency motorway construction projects moved to take advantage of reduced traffic volumes on Auckland’s motorways during the recent lockdown under Alert Level 3 after Covid-19 returned within the community. READ MORE >>

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