Lightweight self-illuminating balloons are often used by filmmakers to provide even overhead lighting for night scenes.
Ficep’s goal is clear – to satisfy the needs of the global steel construction market. It is a mission guided by strong strategic views focussing on technology, education, research and local representation.
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.
Pioneering demolition Christchurch company Taggart has proved you can salvage between 70 to almost 100% of construction and demolition (C&D) waste from landfill – including over 98% of the remains of Lancaster Stadium’s Tui Stand.
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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