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Seesaw lighting column - a safer choice
(Dec 2015) Ten of CSP Pacific’s 8.5m Oclyte™ Seesaw Floodlight columns have recently been installed and are now in use at BP’s fuel storage terminal at Mt Maunganui. The terminal is operated and maintained by the New Zealand ...
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Wire Rope Safety Barrier - Is a Driven vs Socketed Post System really cheaper?
(Dec 2015) In New Zealand Wire Rope Safety Barriers (WRSB) increasingly feature as a cost effective alternative to semi-rigid barrier systems such as Nu-Guard 31™ or Strong Post Timber.  Many of these WRSB systems have been developed  and ...
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VMS an effective tool for traffic calming on Waiheke Island
(Dec 2015) A survey carried out in 2011 by Auckland City Council to investigate problem speed zones in the city highlighted a major issue on Waiheke Island with 88% of motorists, screened during the survey, found to be ...
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CSP Pacific’s Brifen Wire Rope System perfect for danger spot
(Dec 2015) Northland is a favourite holiday destination with many New Zealander’s heading for its beautiful beaches and warm weather every year. But getting there can be treacherous with roads jammed with holidaymakers and some sections of the ...
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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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