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Mainzeal 'shortcuts' blamed for Baywave's up to $4 million repair bill

Mainzeal ‘shortcuts’ blamed for BaywaveR...

Failed construction company Mainzeal built the Mount Maunganui aquatic centre now in need of up to $4.1 million ... Read More
Council continues to crack down on substandard property development

Council continues to crack down on substandard property...

Auckland Council is continuing to crack down on non-compliant rental dwelling development with another two successful prosecutions against ... Read More
Placemakers  'New Apprentice Club' celebrates two years of success

Placemakers ‘New Apprentice Club’ celebrat...

PlaceMakers  launched the new apprentice club (PAC)  two years ago this March aimed at giving better support to a ... Read More
Green Property Summit on 11 April 2019

Green Property Summit on 11 April 2019

The Green Property Summit 2019 boasts a plethora of great speakers, from Aotearoa, and overseas. They will be ... Read More
Building consents continue to rise & highest since 1975

Building consents continue to rise & highest since...

The latest information on building consents for new dwellings continue to show there is strong, sustained activity in the building ... Read More
Temporary work visa changes must include more open visas

Temporary work visa changes must include more open visa...

An OIA and a survey conducted by Union Network of Migrants (UNEMIG) and the Indian Workers Association (IWA) ... Read More
Nexvia software sponsored SuperUte racing kicks off today at Adelaide 500

Nexvia software sponsored SuperUte racing kicks off tod...

The 2019 Australian Supercars kicked-off in Adelaide today and includes the SuperUte Series, which in just its second ... Read More
Downfall of Arrow reflects high risk of construction

Downfall of Arrow reflects high risk of construction

The voluntary administration of Arrow International (NZ) announced today will impact not just on the employees of the ... Read More
Industry training organisations say students will suffer under polytech merger

Industry training organisations say students will suffe...

While the union for polytechnic staff is backing the government's plan to merge polytechnics and institutes of technology, industry ... Read More
8 Ways To Avoid Buying the Wrong Construction Software

8 Ways To Avoid Buying the Wrong Construction Software

Join the upcoming webinar to help you in selecting new software for your company. It's vital to look ... Read More
Government yet to fill gap in infrastructure pipeline

Government yet to fill gap in infrastructure pipeline

Short-term gaps in the infrastructure pipeline are causing long-term headaches for the country’s civil infrastructure contractors, who have ... Read More
WSP Opus harnesses young talent to deliver the future

WSP Opus harnesses young talent to deliver the future

This month 25 school leavers join WSP Opus as cadets through a regional scheme that channels emerging talent ... Read More
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