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CSP Pacific’s products out in force on Rangiriri
(Aug 2017) Slowly the pieces to the puzzle that is the Waikato Expressway are coming together as new sections of the 102km project from Bombay to south Cambridge are being opened - the latest being Rangiriri which will ...
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Armorwire Wire Rope Barrier – safety with good looks
(Apr 2016) Marine Parade’s iconic row of Norfolk pines in Napier were first planted in the 1890’s and have been the subject of controversy over the years - not because of their size, but because they have become ...
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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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CSP Pacific supplies the finishing touches to Lyttelton Tunnel project
(Aug 2014) On 31 August the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Lyttelton Tunnel’s construction and the opening of the tunnel’s new Control Building that was irrevocably damaged during the February 2011 ...
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Ngaruawahia ‘whole of life cost’ a factor when selecting Armorwire
(Feb 2014) The completion of the Ngaruawahia Bypass section of the Waikato Expressway has seen the inclusion of CSP Pacific’s Armorwire Wire Rope Barrier system for both the median and side-of-road safety solution. The 12.3 km section of ...
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