Chief executive appointed to lead new NZ Institute of Skills and Technology

Stephen Town has been named as the inaugural chief executive of the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (working name).

Site theft — the traumatic effects of burglary on clients and builders

By Building Today writer Jo Bailey In October last year, two weeks before I was...

Smarter than your average home

Dimming lights, motorised blinds, thermostats and timers were becoming the minimum expectations in new builds over a decade ago.

Christchurch cafe wins ADNZ Resene award

A Christchurch coffee house has wowed the judges of the 2019 ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards. Designed by Chris Wheeler...

NZ’s largest distribution centre to sport the equivalent of 14 netball courts’ worth of...

Foodstuffs North Island (FSNI) will install the largest array of solar panels in New Zealand on the roof of its distribution centre...

Hire company on the hunt for NZ’s toughest trade

Kennards Hire has put a call out to Kiwis to help hunt down the toughest of trades.  It has...

Beca celebrates 100 years

Beca, New Zealand’s largest international professional services consultancy, celebrates its 100th birthday this year. The company was founded in...

Construction and demolition waste management specification launched

An ecolabel specification that will encourage companies to reduce the amount of construction and demolition (C&D) waste going to landfill has been...

Hirepool backing NZ’s civil construction industry

A long-standing partnership for the benefit of New Zealand’s civil construction industry is set to continue following the renewal of Hirepool’s Principal Business...

Mitre 10 Gisborne open for business

After 10 months of construction and much anticipation in the local community, Mitre 10 Gisborne opened its doors to the public on...