Duncan Cotterill has announced the promotion of Tanya Wood to partner, further bolstering the strength of its Auckland litigation team.
Breakthrough technology delivers decarbonisation, regional development and productivity gains
The City Rail Link (CRL) project has launched the next phase of Aotea station construction progress with a traffic ‘switch’ involving two Auckland central city intersections.
Terra Power Systems now has a rental power solution, with a new fleet of 30 generators on stand-by.
Having energy at the end of the work week, avoiding peak traffic, and more time with the kids are just a few of the perks employees at Kirk Roberts Consulting are experiencing with a nine-day working fortnight.
In March, the Environment Select Committee returned their recommendations on the Building (Building Products and Methods, Modular Components, and Other Matters) Amendment Bill. They recommended that the Bill be passed subject to some amendments. While the enactment of this Bill may now not be far away, it has not received a lot of attention, even though its objectives are important ones.
rising costs, stagnant productivity, high waste, and low margins for decades, according to Payapps Pty Limited.
Whether it be handling and transportation of building and construction material, observation, screw driving, plasma cutting or drilling, Baubot is the new kid on the construction site.
A lot can change in 75 years, but Hawkins’ goal of helping make visions a reality has been a mainstay over the decades.
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.