The third annual GCCA ‘Concrete in Life’ photography competition has launched with a call for amateur and professional photographers from around the world to capture the role of concrete in their lives and its role in the sustainable world of tomorrow.
Chief executive at HERA Dr Troy Coyle says that this is something that should be decided depending on the design of a building, and after looking at all of the facts.
Ensuring that policies and protocols are in place and communicated with all team members is key to safety on site, says industry experts.
Offer all the fruit bowls you like but it’s going to take more than that to lift employee wellbeing, says Jane Kennelly, Skills Consulting Group general manager of Wellbeing.
Terra Power Systems recently launched a power rental division, now boasting a fleet of over 30 generators ready to go for both prime and standby applications.
One of New Zealand’s hottest addresses has looked to Kordia Solutions for the deployment of a 5G ready in-building solution as a core component of its ‘ready for work’ design.
Lightweight self-illuminating balloons are often used by filmmakers to provide even overhead lighting for night scenes.
More than 23,000 New Zealanders have called for action to address the country’s infrastructure issues in a report published by the New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga.
New Zealand’s number one workplace killer has a frightening track record, is grossly misunderstood, and is even invisible to the naked eye.
As we press towards carbon neutrality, currently targeted for 2050, there are five trends emerging in engineering, procurement and construction contracts in New Zealand and around the world. These trends affect all project participants – funders, project sponsors, developers/principals, contractors and others in the project supply chain.