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CSP Pacific’s Super•Cor® Arch - cost effective and fish friendly
(Feb 2017) A new subdivision in Flat Bush has seen the first installation in the Auckland region of CSP Pacific’s Super•Cor® Arch – a super strong, galvanized steel structure - to enable access across a stream on the ...
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CSP Pacific’s Steel Multiplate – fast, efficient and a friend to the environment
(Feb 2017) The Karaka Lakes and the Karaka Harbourside residential developments on the Hingaia Peninsula in South Auckland have been extremely popular, with new homebuyers flocking to the area. To keep up with demand more land is being ...
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WRC hosts night game thanks to CSP Pacific’s lighting columns
(Dec 2016) With a study undertaken in 2012 identifying a major shortfall in sports field capacity, particularly for training, Auckland Council’s Sports Field Development programme was established with $190m set aside to invest over 10 years. The programme ...
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Old bridge made safer with specially designed neck bolts from CSP Pacific
(Dec 2016) New Zealand’s urban and rural roads cover approximately 83,000 kms and, with a population of about 4.2 million people, New Zealand has one of the highest lengths of road per person in the world – making ...
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Kilometres of hire barrier in use at the country’s two largest airports
(Oct 2016) There are a number of similarities between the SH20A to Airport project at Kirkbride Road Auckland and SH1 Russley Road, Christchurch with both projects on the list of Roads of National Significance; both being major intersections ...
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