Construction sector aided by Accord’s agile and responsive decision making

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New Zealand’s construction sector could have emerged from Covid-19 in a critical state if not for the actions of the Construction Sector Accord (the...

NZ Building Industry Awards to be live-streamed simultaneously across three venues

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The annual New Zealand Building Industry Awards Ceremony & Gala Dinner is a night to acknowledge and celebrate the practitioners behind New Zealand’s successful...

There may be a light at the end of the RMA tunnel — but...

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EasyBuild director and Building Today columnist Mike Fox says the Resource Management Act is well overdue its ongoing potential shake-up, and that the naysayers...

BuildNZ rescheduled to November 2020

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XPO, New Zealand’s largest exhibitions organiser, has had to rapidly adjust to the inconvenience caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Literally hours before BuildNZ, Facilities Integrate...

Quinn moves on to new NZIST challenge

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Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) chief executive Warwick Quinn has been appointed New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST) deputy chief...

Modular commercial design produces cost-effective result

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A rare large-scale commercial development in Kaikoura that promises to reignite tourism and the local economy is on track to be at least 20%...

Talking up the doom and gloom — is it justified?

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Building Recruitment managing director Kevin Everett says despite all the doom and gloom after Alert Level 4 lockdown, his company’s Permanent Recruitment department has...

July house sales defy expectations

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House sales for July were the highest in five years, due to pent-up demand and interest from first-home buyers, investors and families upgrading their...

Europe’s largest 3D printer builds two-storey house

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In just a few short years, 3D printed architecture technology has matured from producing basic hut-like homes to creating a community of low-cost housing. Another interesting development in...