BT’s Back in Time

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20 years ago — October 1999: • RMBF chief executive officer Trevor Allsebrook suddenly resigned his position just two days before he was due to...

New fitting system for door hardware combines strength and speed

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Windsor Architectural Hardware has launched a new fitting system for its door hardware ranges. The New Zealand-designed and patented system, rapidFIT, has been designed to...

Pre-hung door system saves time and money

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Pre-hung doors have long been one of the problem areas of the building industry. Unsubstantial in relation to the overall cost of fit-out materials, the...

Door hardware — what’s trending?

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Miles Nelson sales and marketing manager David Eeles says in terms of colour palettes, black as a hardware option is still moving well, and...

Window and Glass Association — a profile

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The Window & Glass Association New Zealand (WGANZ) is the national association representing the window, door and glass industry. Established in 1965, the Association is...

Thermal performance and weathertightness still paramount issues for national association

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Building Today asked Window & Glass Association New Zealand technical manager Robert Campion about the main issues facing the Association, and industry suppliers, manufacturers...

Health and safety champions in running for top awards

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The finalists in the annual Site Safe Construction Health and Safety Awards are a broad cross section of excellent safety personnel, innovative ideas and...

Back In Time

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20 years ago — September 1999: • Hilton International signed a 15-year contract to manage the 167-room hotel under construction on Auckland’s Princes Wharf. Under...

Win 1 of 5 double passes to Big Boys Toys!

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‘Huge risk to swap out proprietary screws’

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With the recent surge of various screws designs and applications appearing on building sites, building inspectors understandably find it very difficult to police the...