The start of construction of Auckland water company Watercare’s largest-ever project – The Central Interceptor,a 13km lonng, 4.5m diameter wastewater tunnel – takes one step closer today with the issuing of the request for proposal.
Driverless car and drone technology could average a $2 billion annual turnover in the New Zealand market between now and 2050, a report has found.
Global design firm Stantec is strengthening its New Zealand and Australia-based capabilities with the planned acquisition of consulting transportation engineering firm, Traffic Design Group (TDG)
New Zealand’s highest paying salaries on SEEK have been revealed and its exciting news for jobseekers because big bucks can be earned across several industries in 2017.
A super crane nearly a quarter of a kilometre tall, and the highest to work in New Zealand, will be erected in Auckland CBD.
A Fletcher Construction spokeswoman said a Liebherr 357 Luffing Crane, which will stand 225m tall, will be placed at the Commercial Bay building site in March.
The largest component of the City Rail Link (CRL) project – the construction of the tunnels and new stations took a major step forward this month with the release of its first tender documents to the industry.
From a prosthetic arm to a Michelin-star meal, 3D printing has already been used to create a range of weird and wonderful objects.
And the latest construction made using the technology takes things to a whole new level.
The Daily Mail reports, researchers have created the world's first 3D-printed bridge, which they say could be the future for construction.
The Overseas Investment Office has approved the sale of 1,700 hectares of land to the consortium which is to build and maintain the Puhoi to Warkworth road, connecting Auckland to Northland.
The NX2 Consortium is paying "in excess of $100 million" for the leaseholds rights, with a further $100 million to be spent on developing the land before the $750 million roading project starts.
Four businesses caught in the massive disruption of building central Auckland's new underground railway have asked for compensation.
The owners of Kaffeine say the works have had such a devastating effect on their cafe that they will close it permanently on Thursday.