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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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East Frame Basalt Kerb Installation

| May 17, 2017
East Frame Basalt Kerb Installation

Probst Handling equipment in New Zealand. Mechanical Installation of basalt kerb systems in the East Frame Residential Priceinct, Christchurch. Ergonomics and Efficiency Must Not Oppose One Another. Probst has committed to this principle over five decades of market presence. Furthermore, health and safety regulations specifying the manual lifting and positioning of heavy loads is getting more and more […]

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Napier Conference Centre

| March 8, 2017
Napier Conference Centre

Steintec has developed a trusted reputation for quality and value added service. Steintec provides products with guaranteed BS 7533 compliant performance which deliver results time and time again. Our premium products have been specified by contractors, architects and engineers for an ever-expanding portfolio of major schemes across the country because we support our customers with technical advice and work closely with them during […]

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Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial

| February 22, 2017
Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial

The Memorial Wall forms part of the Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial, a space on the banks of the Otakaro/Avon River where people can reflect on the events that changed Canterbury forever. The Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial has been a priority for the New Zealand Government and a key feature of the city’s regeneration. Oi Manawa, […]

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