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Shiny new columns for Whangarei Town Square
(Dec 2015) In an effort to connect the very popular Whangarei Town Basin with the centre of the city and to attract people into town, Whangarei District Council has embarked on the redevelopment of Cameron Street and James ...
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A New Zealand first - Super•Cor® Arch culvert chosen for challenging crossing
(Dec 2015) When looking at replacement of the ‘skinny bridge’ the Transport Agency considered a completely new bridge – but it was not the preferred option. In addition, standard culvert options were not suitable due to the depth ...
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Victoria Park Viaduct in Auckland gets a much needed upgrade
(Dec 2015) Most people who have been to Auckland would have travelled over the iconic Victoria Park Viaduct which first opened in 1962 and has carried millions of vehicles in its lifetime. With the completion of the Victoria ...
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New Zealand’s first Super•Cor® Arch culvert takes shape
(Dec 2015) New Zealand’s first Super•Cor® Arch is being used as a culvert across Whakaruatapu Stream near Dannevirke on SH2 and replaces the existing level viaduct-style, aptly named ‘skinny’ bridge built in 1927. Stringfellows Contracts and subcontractor Morris ...
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Local BMX club says a big ‘thank you’ to CSP Pacific
(Oct 2015) With an upsurge in popularity in the mid 2000’s and the inclusion of BMX in the Olympic games, the Sunset Coast BMX Club decided that, to continue to grow their club and the sport, they needed ...
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