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Construction gears up for return to work

The construction industry is tooling up to get back to work as soon as possible, drafting a health and safety framework which will help keep workers, and the public, safe from Covid-19. READ MORE >>

First physical work on cathedral to begin once Covid-19 guidelines permit

Coronavirus postponed the much-anticipated start date of physical work on Christ Church Cathedral, but the project team has adapted work practices and brought forward some workstreams so it can hit the ground running as soon as the lockdown guidelines allow construction to begin. READ MORE >>

Fire investigation report released for NZICC

Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ) investigators have found the cause of the New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) fire in Auckland’s city centre on 22 October last year was accidental. READ MORE >>

CRL ‘champing at the bit’ for construction restart

New Zealand’s biggest infrastructure project, Auckland’s $4.45 billion City Rail Link (CRL), has welcomed the Government’s decision to resume construction after the Covid-19 lockdown and chief executive Dr Sean Sweeney says his team is “champing at the bit” for a rapid restart. READ MORE >>

Auckland Council announces 73 priority infrastructure projects

Auckland Council has submitted a list of 73 key projects to the Infrastructure Industry Reference Group, the taskforce set up by the Government to seek out ‘shovel-ready’ infrastructure projects that can start quickly to stimulate the economy and reduce the economic impact of Covid-19. READ MORE >>

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