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Elliott Street Auckland CBD

| August 22, 2011
Elliott Street Auckland CBD

Paving mortar and grouts possessing remarkable performance characteristics and complying fully with the requirements of BS7533. Steintec is the professionals preferred choice of paving mortar systems for the Elliott Street shared space streetscape within the Auckland CBD.

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Christchurch Civic Offices

| August 21, 2011
Christchurch Civic Offices

Making waves with mortar outside the the Christchurch City Council Civic offices in Hereford Street which is currently closed following the 22 February earthquake. With unparalleled performance throughout the city, Steintec is specified as the professionals preferred choice of paving mortar and slurry grout to replace the damaged streetscape of basalt and previous installed mortar […]

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Jean Batten Shared Space

| August 21, 2011
Jean Batten Shared Space

Jean Batten Place is another shared space located in the commercial heart of Auckland City and provides a thoroughfare between Shortland and Fort Street. The “Shared Space” road is a throw back concept in which pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles are equals in using a road space. A major characteristic of a street designed to this […]

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Darby Street Shared Space

| August 20, 2011
Darby Street Shared Space

The Darby Street shared space is an exciting first for Auckland, and the nearby Elliott Street shared space is scheduled to open in late 2011 along with similar areas in the Fort Street area and Lorne Street. A major characteristic of a street designed to this philosophy is the absence of traditional road markings, signs, […]

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Lorne Street Shared Spaces

| August 19, 2011
Lorne Street Shared Spaces

Lorne Street introduces the exciting concept of shared space and aims to create a multifunctional, vibrant open space destination. A major characteristic of a street designed to this philosophy is the absence of traditional road markings, signs, traffic signals and the distinction between road and pavement. User behaviour becomes influenced and controlled by natural human […]

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