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Freyberg Place Auckland

| September 16, 2017
Freyberg Place Auckland

Auckland civic space reopens after a major upgrade. Offical opening of the refurbished Ellen Melville Centre and Freyberg Place. Mayor Phil Goff said: “We have created in Freyberg Place one of the best public open spaces in the CBD. It refurbishes and preserves the heritage of the building and creates a space where pedestrians, not vehicles, […]

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Victoria Square: The Framework of Christchurch

| July 27, 2017
Victoria Square: The Framework of Christchurch

Victoria Square, that green and peaceful oasis in the centre of Christchurch. The first signs of European life for Market Square or Market Place (now Victoria Square) was the building of Christchurch’s second bridge in 1864. Named the Papanui Bridge, it was known to us as the Victoria Street Bridge until 1989 when it was […]

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Probst Export Sales Convention

| July 16, 2017
Probst Export Sales Convention

Probst Export Sales Convention 2017 and the inauguration ceremony of the new logistics hall in the town of Erdmannhausen. It was a pleasure to attend the recent Probst Export Days along with a sales team and visitors from 22 different countries all over the world including the German business partners, and representatives of the town of […]

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Victoria Street Wellington

| June 17, 2017
Victoria Street Wellington

Our mission is simple “solve the problems others deem to ignore”. Steintec is interested in providing its clients honestly with what the client understands they will receive and ensuring that competing companies have to do the same. Failure of Veneto paving and the “white bag” mortar system in Victoria Street, Wellington. Talk to the industry leading […]

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Victoria Square Christchurch

| June 9, 2017
Victoria Square Christchurch

Restoration of earthquake damaged Victoria Square Christchurch. The $6 million restoration plan will retain existing features such as the Queen Victoria and Captain Cook statues as well as the floral clock and the illuminated Bowker Fountain. The site’s significance to Ngai Tahu will be recognised through a new artwork — Mana Motuhake. The extensive paving will […]

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