Conferenz Build & Construction Law

Free play in a compact city – By Helen Kerr

The city is changing before our eyes. We are adjusting to the idea of compact living: attached housing, smaller yards and communal outdoor spaces. It is not easy for New Zealanders to make this sort of transformation; it runs contra to our love of cars, big sections, trampolines and lemon trees. READ MORE >>

Alliance operating model delivers Wellington project – By Iain MacIntyre

A technically challenging and time-sensitive $124 million project to construct Arras Tunnel and develop the National War Memorial Park in Wellington is to be completed ahead of schedule due to the successful adoption of a progressive operating model. READ MORE >>

Winning and profiting from PPP contracts – By Iain MacIntyre

Faced with a growing government appetite for public private partnerships (PPPs), local construction companies need to evolve their traditional business thinking, embrace the process and, most pertinently, understand how to identify and manage the various new risk factors. READ MORE >>

Do it once, do it right – By Corrie Cook

The Causeway Alliance is currently raising and widening the Northwestern Motorway in Auckland as part of the Western Ring Route road of national significance – but an unexpected find last year brought one work site to a halt. READ MORE >>

When offshore investment meets Kiwi needs

First-home buyers and property investors are jumping at a new residential offering in the fast-growing Auckland suburb of Albany, in a project that is designed by Kiwis, but funded from offshore. READ MORE >>

Puhoi to Wellsford motorway creates unique alliance – By Dave MacIntyre

A strategic solution to the roading bottleneck that chokes traffic flows between Auckland and Northland is getting closer to realisation as the Ara Tuhono – Puhoi to Wellsford road of national significance (RoNS) moves steadily closer. READ MORE >>
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