Funding supports new construction sector Transformation Plan

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The Government has committed almost $37.5 million to continue the work of achieving a thriving, fair and sustainable construction sector. The funding will support the...

Catalina Bay Apartments construction begins

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Construction has officially started on Willis Bond’s Catalina Bay Apartments development in Hobsonville Point, Auckland, with more than 75% of the 82 apartments and...

Here is what new employer accreditation looks like . . .

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Immigration NZ (INZ) launched its new employer accreditation on May 23, which now means no employer can employ anyone from overseas unless they are...

Emissions Reduction Plan — what it means for the NZ construction industry

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The Government has released New Zealand’s first Emissions Reduction Plan, which outlines the actions to be taken across various sectors to reduce the country’s...

What’s in the National Infrastructure Pipeline?

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The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission - Te Waihanga has provided an update on the National Infrastructure Pipeline which provides a forward view of planned...

BCITO supports Apprenticeship Boost extension

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BCITO, a division of Te Pukenga subsidiary Work Based Learning Ltd, supports the Government’s decision to extend its Apprenticeship Boost scheme. BCITO director Jason Hungerford...

New Zealand’s first Infrastructure Strategy ‘can lay a foundation for a thriving future’

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The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga says New Zealand’s first long-term Infrastructure Strategy sets a vision for how New Zealand’s infrastructure can lay...

Environmental Site Management course offered

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Site Safe has unveiled its new Environmental Site Management training course. The two-hour online course, developed in partnership with Auckland Council, is designed to improve...

Sercombe’s maturity and focus key in Concrete Industry Apprentice of the Year win

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Maxwell Sercombe of HEB Construction has been presented with the 2021 Concrete Industry Apprentice of the Year award by Concrete NZ and the BCITO,...

International student set to make a ‘greener’ building industry with seaweed plasterboard

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A revolutionary new plasterboard design incorporating seaweed could reduce the carbon footprint of building materials thanks to the work of a Canterbury international student. Bachelor...