Latest from New Zealand Construction News
- Going green… building greenTHE GREEN FUTURE OF STEEL – BY DR TROY COYLE, CEO, HERA Several great leaps forward in the steel sector recently have signalled that zero carbon steel is within our grasp. The green future of steel might have struck many as laughable even a half-decade ago – but the advancements being made locally and globallyContinue reading “Going green… building green”
- VIRTUAL SOLUTION…New training package targets $24 million cost of falls from heights A new state-of-the-art virtual reality training package aims to tackle New Zealand’s poor safety record for working at height. The package, launched by Christchurch-based immersive tech company Cortiical, has been developed in collaboration with education and subject matter experts and is the first of itsContinue reading “VIRTUAL SOLUTION…”
- Esker Software patches the AP cracks for Isaac ConstructionChristchurch-based Isaac Construction has earned a reputation for making sure it does everything to the highest quality. But the company was facing new challenges in its accounts payable process after acquiring another construction company in Blenheim. Even before the acquisition, Isaac Construction’s accounts payable team were a busy pair, often chasing documents for Group CFOContinue reading “Esker Software patches the AP cracks for Isaac Construction”
Regular sections on project updates, workplace health and safety, legal and labour issues, products and materials and more.
NZCN is well respected and widely read by those working in the industry. Read the media kit or contact our sales manager.
Be the first to know what’s happening in the construction industry with a print or digital subscription to the magazine.
Contact the team at NZCN for any enquiries you have regarding advertising, editorial submissions, or magazine subscriptions.
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.
By offering an overview of construction, infrastructure and our built environment, New Zealand Construction News reflects the dynamism and vitality of one of New Zealand’s more economically significant industrial sectors.