Tag: Aggregates

Daldy & Halsey Streets

| January 14, 2014
Daldy & Halsey Streets

Daldy & Hasley Streets located in the Wynyard Quarter is one of New Zealand’s largest urban renewal projects, with sustainability central to the development’s design and integration. A grand, 38m-wide green park, walkway and cycleway including a slow-speed street has made its way through the heart of the Wynyard Quarter developing an industrial landscape on reclaimed […]

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AGGROK – Te Papa Otakaro

| June 10, 2013
AGGROK – Te Papa Otakaro

The winding path of the Otakaro/Avon River will mark Christchurch’s new river precinct. Te Papa Otakaro will include Victoria Square (formerly Market Square) and be part of the central city’s spiritual and aesthetic identity. The visual contrast between the curving river and the linear grid of the streets is a key element of the city’s distinctive urban form. […]

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tuffsand

| December 1, 2012
tuffsand

tuffsand is designed for use in the construction of unbound pavements. It permits the slight movement of paving elements; a necessity for the long term health of all unbound pavement construction. tuffsand swells on saturation with water to allow realignment of aggregate particles within the joints to self-heal following the application of an overbearing load […]

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Waiatarua Reserve

| December 1, 2012
Waiatarua Reserve

Creating an ecological jewel in the midst of Auckland City. Waiatarua Reserve is New Zealand’s biggest urban wetland restoration project. This fascinating and unique wetland area covering approximately 20 hectares, of complex geological, historical and ecological value that also provides a wonderful sanctuary for a variety of bird life. The latest development surrounding the existing ponds gives […]

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Hurstmere Green – Takapuna

| November 28, 2012
Hurstmere Green – Takapuna

Following three years of consultation Hurstmere Green responds to the community’s request for improved public spaces with a design by Sills van Bohemen Architects. Work to transform Takapuna’s Hurstmere Green into a more vibrant, usable space is nearing completion providing a visual link over to Rangitoto Island and the sea. The scheme improves the important connection […]

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