Innovative timber covers replace single use plastic

Innovative timber covers replace single use plastic

A joint project by Unitec, Mitre 10 MEGA and Naylor Love has been working to identify where and what types ... Read More
Waste Minimisation Fund Closing 21 May

Waste Minimisation Fund Closing 21 May

Te Pūtea Whakamauru Para - the Waste Minimisation Fund supports projects that increase the reuse, recovery and recycling of materials ... Read More
Key pressure points revealed for SME's in NZ construction

Key pressure points revealed for SME’s in NZ construction

MYOB’s latest Business Monitor – now in its 12th year – has revealed key insights within NZ’s small to medium ... Read More
Champion excavator operator wins second national title

Champion excavator operator wins second national title

Troy Calteaux of Otago was named the winner of the 2021 Civil Contractors New Zealand CablePrice National Excavator Operator Competition ... Read More
Covid Update 2 March: travel protocols for building and construction

Covid Update 2 March: travel protocols for building and construction

Travel between Auckland and the rest of NZ is restricted Business Travel Documents from the lockdown in February remain valid.  ... Read More
Digital Boost: Free digital skills training for construction

Digital Boost: Free digital skills training for construction

Do you work in construction or trades? Learn all the digital skills you need to boost your business into the ... Read More
Crane industry training approved to receive TTAF funding

Crane industry training approved to receive TTAF funding

The Crane Association of New Zealand (CANZ) has received confirmation that funding for crane training is now available through the ... Read More
Consenting made easier with improvements to the Building Code

Consenting made easier with improvements to the Building Code

The latest changes to the Building Code will improve fire safety requirements, surface water drainage and waterproofing in bathrooms, kitchens ... Read More
Building the path to zero waste

Building the path to zero waste

The greatest volume of waste in the Auckland region comes from commercial sources not individual households. Waste from construction and ... Read More