A recent High Court decision highlights the importance of parties agreeing on a pricing mechanism for construction works from the outset to prevent disputes arising as to the cost of the works. This is particularly relevant now, given the level of residential construction activity occurring.
An Australian innovation with significant pedigree, and global safety implications, is rapidly moving towards commercial reality thanks in part to a co-funded grant from the Federal Government’s Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC).
Why all construction workers in the UK must eventually return to the site and how this can be achieved safely.
Konecranes modernisations lead the way to new safety and efficiency for EOT workhorses.
Workers are back on site of the Sudima Hotel in Kaikoura after construction was put on hold due to impacts from the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga’s latest discussion document looks at the state of play of infrastructure in the resource recovery and waste sector.
Even if gaining a ‘Trades’ qualification from Ara Institute of Canterbury may take a few years, graduate prospects seem brighter than ever.
A smart Kiwi start-up which aims to make life easier and more profitable for tradies has attracted the attention of multiple angel investors, led by Rob Vickery’s Hillfarrance Venture Capital.
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