The 13-month rebuild of Christchurch’s historic Knox Church was a complex project.
This ‘craypot’ building is constructed entirely in timber and is the first in the world to use shear walls of CLT and LVL.
The new police headquarters in Rotorua merges culture and innovation, and develops the application of PRESSS technology.
A 141-metre back country suspension bridge is the longest of its kind to be built in New Zealand since 1926.
This project incorporates the latest in seismic design technologies.
This extension in Wellington comprises two bridges, a stream, steep terrain and retaining walls.