New Zealand researchers produce cutting-edge seismic engineering innovations, but often struggle to get new technology implemented in real-life building designs, says Dr Ashkan Hashemi, this year’s Ivan Skinner Award winner.
A leading young New Zealand tech businesswoman has been named in the Forbes magazine 30 under 30 Asia list.
A decision released by the Supreme Court has again rejected a legal bid to appeal the consent granted for construction of Waiheke’s Kennedy Point Marina.
Established in New Zealand in 1961 by entrepreneurial Kiwis Malcolm McConnell and Jim Dowell, McConnell Dowell is celebrating its 60th year in business as a company that seeks to provide a better life for the people of our country.
On May 13, 2021, Komatsu celebrated the company’s 100th anniversary. A series of activities over the next year will be centred around the company’s commitment to its new brand promise of “creating value together”.
Fletcher Building has announced the completion of its tyre project at Golden Bay Cement, which will avoid up to three million used tyres going to landfill each year to instead be used in cement manufacturing.
Marlborough Park is a modern recreational area for all ages located in Glenfield on Auckland’s North Shore. A colourful playground was added in 2017 and recently the skateboard park which has been a feature of the landscape for years was reopened after being given a complete makeover.
Onwards and upwards as Transmission Gully readies to open.
A report released by the Sustainable Business Council’s (SBC) Freight Group sets out an ambitious but achievable 30-year pathway to progressively decarbonise New Zealand’s freight system.
This issue of New Zealand Construction News is chock-full of key construction industry celebrations. Not only do we have Hawkins celebrating 75 years of Kiwi construction, but Komatsu is in full party mode as it turns 100.