A tale of two churches

Dr Kerry Rodgers has a South Canterbury epiphany Christchurch’s Anglican Cathedral and Catholic Basilica were not the only Canterbury churches to suffer damage from the...

Housing boom prompts new ‘tradies’ programme

Future-Proof Building announces seminars to upskill builders and electricians and to boost industry know-how Thousands of “tradies” around New Zealand are being offered a free...

Search is on for NZ’s top carpentry apprentice

Carpentry apprentices from across New Zealand are being called to show off their skills and compete for the coveted title of Registered Master Builders...

Looking back

Two years have flown by, and it’s difficult to look back when the focus for those past two years has been only forward. ...

NZ’s best bathroom recognised at 2017 House of the Year Awards

Jason Barlow Building was awarded the Plumbing World Bathroom Excellence Award at the 2017 Registered Master Builders House of the Year Awards. The Te Anau...

Turning the corner on interior wall design

Prefabricated curved joint-free plasterboard units are providing builders with innovative solutions for internal walls and ceilings. Corner Solutions International (CSI) recently launched the...

Search on for Apprentice of the Year

Entries are open and the search is on for the Registered Master Builders 2007 Apprentice of the Year, in association with Carters. Supported...

Leader Homes goes Underwater

Highly poisonous sea snake no deterrent for this team! Registered Master Builders Federation company Leader Homes has been working on new residential homes,...

Traditional Cape Cod-style home offers supreme sophistication

  The decision to enter his first House of the Year competition certainly paid off for Richard Davidson of Richard Davidson Builders Ltd after he...

Civil contractors warn of construction policy gap

New Zealand’s civil contractors have welcomed a record level of investment in transport, but have expressed concern at a medium-term construction gap in the...