People | Justin Foote catches up with recipient of the 2014 Progressive Building Young Achiever of the Year Award, Matt Cameron.
Practice | Owner-occupiers take note: solar technology is not only good for your public image, it also helps your bottom line.
News | Over 400 industry professionals came together to celebrate the sector’s achievements at Auckland’s Aotea Centre.
Projects | World-first technology has given Young Hunter House in Christchurch the ability to withstand a one-in-2500-year seismic event.
Awards | The programme rewards excellence in the New Zealand building professions and recognises individual performance.
Projects | Progressive Building visits one of the largest, most sophisticated data centres on the planet, Spark’s $60 million data centre.
Projects | The 13-month rebuild of Christchurch’s historic Knox Church was a complex project.
Projects | At a busy Wellington intersection, this mixed-use development - now home to Trade Me - was a challenging build.
News | A new technology has been developed which does away with the need for expensive propping.
Practice | The Remarkables skifield in Queenstown underwent a facelift in just five months, beginning at the end of winter last year.
News | View winners of the 2014 NZIOB and GIB Awards for excellence in the building professions.
Review | Progressive Building talks to the experts about the complexities of seismically strengthening unreinforced masonry buildings.
Practice | Joanna Jefferies looks into the future of how we enclose our buildings.
Projects | A triptych of structural elements in this central Christchurch rebuild marks a world first.
People | Geoff Hunt talks to Progressive Building about his career as the Hawkins Group chief executive officer.
People | Tim Shadbolt shares his thoughts on his career in the construction sector, and why our southern city will continue to thrive.
Projects | This ‘craypot’ building is constructed entirely in timber and is the first in the world to use shear walls of CLT and LVL.
News | Are our rental properties up to scratch? According to a pilot housing warrant of fitness programme, maybe not.
Review | Progressive Building investigates the unhealthy level of emissions from household heating.
Review | Sweeping changes to house insurance policies could result in homeowners being caught short, RMBF’s Warwick Quinn says.