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The CNC Alliance is a project that is being designed and built by a group of companies. The idea of it is that you bring these people or organisations together to construct something that’s got some unique features, and where there needs to be a bit nimbleness and a bit of collaboration.
The South Frame is a major development in the Central Christchurch Recovery Plan to create high-quality pedestrian spaces connecting the city through a series of laneways building a genuinely prestigious city centre.
Queenstown, one of the fastest growing regions in New Zealand, and always a top destination for our ever-increasing tourism market, has just set the benchmark for seamless infrastructure improvements at the International Airport. Cirtex® was pleased to be involved in the project.
The Avon River, Te Papa Ōtākaro, is being developed into an urban waterfront to provide a vibrant destination in the heart of Christchurch City.
The Five Mile retail development site is part of the rapidly expanding Frankton Flats development in the Queenstown. Constructing such a massive commercial development on silty soils meant it was essential to utilise a proven stormwater management system.
The Vector Wero Whitewater Park is a staged project designed to be a world-class tourism destination. It’s New Zealand’s first facility to offer an artificial river and watercourse for recreation, sports, emergency services training, school programs and youth development.
The WestConnex is a world-class infrastructure project that will cut 40 minutes from a typical journey between Parramatta and Sydney Airport. Work is underway on the first 7.5km of M4 Motorway being widened to four lanes in each direction between Parramatta and Homebush.
When LIC (Livestock Improvement Centre), a rapidly expanding farmer-owned co-operative and an employer of 2000 staff needed to grow its Head Office Carpark in Newstead Hamilton, there was no option other than to develop the space where the current stormwater pond for the site was situated.
The contractor was asked to find a product that was able to retain the gravel filling and be cosmetically appealing while keeping within the budget. SurePave was the ideal solution to this ground reinforcement and gravel retainment challenge.
Stormwater was directed through the RainSmart system to the lower parts of the development, and when it filled the lower pipes the excess water was able to flow back into the RainSmart tanks through perforations in the through pipes.