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Australian Anzac Memorial Wellington

| February 28, 2015
Australian Anzac Memorial Wellington

The Australian Memorial commemorates the long and close relationship between Australia and New Zealand and our shared experience of war. The site is directly opposite New Zealand’s National War Memorial and Carillon in the new Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. The intervening space has been named ANZAC Square. Designed by Sydney architectural firm Tonkin Zulaikha […]

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Original Simplex Paving Hammer

| July 17, 2014
Original Simplex Paving Hammer

Simplex Paving Hammers – “The Original” by Erwin Halder since 1938 Contact us or download additional product information. Simplex is the choice of hammers by the worlds leading stone installers who understand increased productivity while reducing worker fatigue.  

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Historic Bluestone Laneways

| May 28, 2013
Historic Bluestone Laneways

Looking at the potential significance of all laneways before they ”disappear under concrete”. Melbourne Australia is rich with history using one of the best known modular pavement structures that exists in todays modern world. This network of bluestone paved laneways that gives so much of the ”fine-grained” character to inner Melbourne can also be read as […]

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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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