More than 800 builders and industry stakeholders attended this year’s New Zealand Certified Builders (NZCB) Annual Conference and Expo in Wellington.
Those looking to bike, walk or scooter between Takanini and Papakura in southern Auckland can now take in picturesque views of the Manukau Harbour as they travel along a new shared path.
Duncan Cotterill has announced the promotion of Tanya Wood to partner, further bolstering the strength of its Auckland litigation team.
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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.
New Zealand construction and infrastructure joint venture GAJV has taken delivery of the first 24 tonne Magni HTH 24.11 heavy-duty telehandler to arrive in the country.
A partnership between Site Safe and St John to develop a new Mental Health First Aid in Construction course is bringing much needed support to the construction industry, flagged as a high risk industry for mental wellbeing.
Goodman New Zealand has made an extensive commitment to sustainable developments, and not just in terms of the buildings that the company owns or develops, but also as an operating business.
Buildings and construction make up a fifth of New Zealand’s carbon footprint. This means that without significantly reducing the industry’s carbon pollution, the country’s international obligations on climate change won’t be met. But things aren’t all doom and gloom with many in the Kiwi construction industry leading the way to ensure a greener future for New Zealand.
City Housing is looking for a passionate person prepared to take on this challenge, who wants to make a genuine difference and has agility to deliver in a changing environment.