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Jul / 2021

Bluebeam and The B1M To Recognise the World’s Most Inspiring Construction Stories With Construction Story of the Year Award

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Pasadena, CA (27 July 2021) Bluebeam and The B1M announced today the launch of the Construction Story of the Year award, a first of its kind for the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sector – to shine a spotlight on the people and projects that have made a uniquely positive impact on the industry and promoted change in the Built
Jun / 2021

Builders celebrated emerging talent and discussed critical industry issues

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More than 800 builders and industry stakeholders attended this year’s New Zealand Certified Builders (NZCB) Annual Conference and Expo in Wellington, which finished on Saturday. New Zealand’s top carpentry apprentice was named at the event, a celebration of emerging talent at a time when the sector faces a skills shortage among a number of other pressures.  South Canterbury’s Marc Palmer,
Jun / 2020

Supreme winner’s project creates “dramatic forms”

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The outstanding project 48 Tuarangi Road in Auckland has won the Resene Supreme Award in the recent NZ Wood- Resene Timber Design Awards, brought to you by the Wood Processors and Manufacturers’ Association (WPMA). It is a project judges called an “impressive integration of timber material and manufacturing precision”. TOA Architects designed the 156sqm home. CLT panels created a box
Jan / 2020

The technology behind award-winning buildings

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Turanga, the new Christchurch Central Library, won the over $50 million category.   Building twice holds the secret to creating better buildings – a method demonstrated by the winners of Registered Master Builders inaugural BIM (Building Information Modelling) Innovation Awards.    BIM technology was used by all entrants to model the projects in the virtual world, before the physical building
Oct / 2019

A continuing trend of excellence

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  D&H Steel Construction’s ability to deliver exceptional workmanship has again received the highest praise  at arguably the most prestigious event in the steel construction industry. The company was just awarded the 2019 SCNZ Supreme Award for Excellence in Steel Construction for its stunningly successful work on the AIAL International Departures Terminal redevelopment. As impressive as this sounds, D&H Steel
Sep / 2017

Automation And The Future Of Your Industry

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Dec / 2016

Top achievers recognised

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Darin Devanny was among the ‘best of the best’ to be recognised during the presentation of industry awards at the New Institute of Building Surveyors conference held at Church Road Winery in Hawke’s Bay. He picked up the Innovation in Building Surveying Award for designing a robot called ‘Hades’ that does the hard work seeking out damage and defects underneath
Dec / 2016

Top pools rewarded

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The 2016 winners have been found for the New Zealand Master Pool Builders’ annual Photo Competition, which is judged by some leading industry professionals from New Zealand and Australia. An incredibly unique entry from Alvin Crosby of Acqua Pool and Spa (Auckland) took out the Commercial Swimming Pools category for a three level swimming pool he was commissioned to design
Nov / 2016

The 2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards announced

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The 2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards were announced at an event in Wellington on Friday 11 November. Twenty-eight buildings and structures have won honours in the leading architectural awards programme, which recognises the best work across all the types of projects designed by New Zealand’s architects. The awards jury, led by Christchurch architect Jasper van der Lingen and comprising Auckland
Sep / 2016

Conference one of the best yet

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Another successful RANZ annual conference was held at SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre in July, with one of the highlights being special guest speaker Hamish Matheson, RoofStar Technical Advisor for the Roofing Contractors Association of British Columbia, based in Vancouver. “Hamish’s presentation really opened our eyes to the opportunities out there, particularly around training. Our Canadian equivalent association has its own
Sep / 2016

CCNZ National Awards

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The following people and companies were recognised at the national awards ceremonies during the CCNZ annual conference in early August. Category 1:  Projects with a value up to $1M  Winner Groundfix – Waterview Tunnel The Waterview Tunnel is a $1.4 billion project being delivered for the NZ Government by NZTA and a consortium of contractors working as the “Well Connected
Jul / 2016

State-of-the-art Earthquake testing facility wins top construction award

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Auckland University’s new Faculty of Engineering Research, Building 906, home to one of Australasia’s largest earthquake testing facilities, was named Supreme Award winner at the recent New Zealand Commercial Project Awards, held in Auckland. Created by the team of Scarbro Construction, Jasmax Architects, and engineers RCP, the newly constructed Civil Engineering Test Facility – housing a nine-metre structure test hall