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Oversize on motorways and tolled roads

By JONATHAN BHANA-THOMSON, chief executive, NZ Heavy Haulage Association I WANT TO PUT the case for allowing oversize loads onto the motorways and toll roads around New Zealand. The use of the most well-designed roads, with the best alignments, increased safety features, and the least vulnerable users has restricted use by loads that are overdimension and/or […]

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CivilShare: Bringing the market together

By Regan Burke, operations manager, ICB WE WORK IN AN industry that’s under the pump, especially now. Additional infrastructure and housing is urgently needed, there’s a shortage of labour, a strain on resources and we’re incredibly time poor. I reckon as an industry we need to make better use of the resources that are available […]

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Engaging with the environment at Taupiri

The Huntly section of the Transport Agency’s Waikato Expressway project had a couple of interesting challenges that have been overcome with great success. Engagement with concerned parties has ensured the road could be built through an area sacred to local Maori and land administered by the Department of Conservation. By Mary Searle Bell. STRETCHING FOR […]

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Picture Slideshow from annual CCNZ conference: Clan Braveheart/CablePrice dinner

We’ve created some slideshows featuring pictures taken at the Conference in Dunedin. Here’s a slideshow of pictures taken on Thursday night- there are two albums from the Clan Braveheart theme dinner. Civil Contractors New Zealand would sincerely like to thank all Members, Attendees, Partners and Exhibitors who supported the 2017 Conference held Wednesday 2 to […]

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Picture slideshow from annual CCNZ conference: Hirepool Excellence Awards Dinner

We’ve created some slideshows featuring pictures taken at the Conference in Dunedin. Here’s a slideshow of pictures taken on Friday night at the annual Hirepool Excellence in Construction Awards Dinner. Civil Contractors New Zealand would sincerely like to thank all Members, Attendees, Partners and Exhibitors who supported the 2017 Conference held Wednesday 2 to Saturday […]

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Picture Slideshow from annual CCNZ Conference: CablePrice’s Fancy Dress Dinner: ‘Braveheart’ theme

We’ve created some slideshows featuring pictures taken at the Conference in Dunedin. Here’s a slideshow of pictures taken on Thursday night at the CablePrice Dinner. Civil Contractors New Zealand would sincerely like to thank all Members, Attendees, Partners and Exhibitors who supported the 2017 Conference held Wednesday 2 to Saturday 5 August 2017, in Dunedin.

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Picture slideshow from annual CCNZ Conference- Opening Night

We’ve created some slideshows featuring pictures taken at the Conference in Dunedin. This clip features pictures taken at the opening night drinks and (wooden) crane assembly competition. The completed cranes were donated to the Dunedin Kindergarten Association. Civil Contractors New Zealand would sincerely like to thank all Members, Attendees, Partners and Exhibitors who supported the […]

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Working the dream

When your childhood passion is making things, the choice between following your father into a career in accountancy, or opting for an engineering degree is an easy one. By Mary Searle Bell. AFTER COMPLETING HIGH school, Paul Herbison left his hometown of Whakatane and headed north to begin a Bachelor of Engineering degree at the […]

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Fijian assignment

Contracting company, Higgins, has been involved in infrastructure projects in Fiji for the past four years. Currently, it is involved in upgrading a section of the Queens Road on the south-western side of the main island of Viti Levu. RICHARD SILCOCK profiles the $66 million project. ALTHOUGH A MAIN arterial for tourist and commercial vehicles […]

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Roger McRae: The ConstructSafe Champion

The Construction Safety Council is ramping up its activities, especially the ConstructSafe programme, under its new chairman Roger McRae. Hugh de Lacy catches up with him on the eve of his departure from McConnell Dowell after three decades. AS THE KEY LINK in the tightening chain around construction site health and safety, ConstructSafe will be […]

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