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construction / NZ
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15 Nov 2021
Quarterly housing construction costs rise at double usual rate
Quarterly housing construction costs are rising at double the typical pace.
6 Nov 2021
Construction Training Programme Expands To Manawatū
The course begins on 1 November. The attendees are employed by a range of infrastructure companies from the start of the six-week course, and will begin their infrastructure careers with these companies on graduating.
4 Nov 2021
Construction says plea for vaccine mandate ignored
Tradespeople are seeking further clarity on the vaccine mandates as the Government doesn’t consider the industry 'close contact'.
Construction says plea for vaccine mandate ignored
Tradespeople are seeking further clarity on the vaccine mandates as the Government doesn’t consider the industry 'close contact'.
3 Nov 2021
Wanted: a building sector with ‘genius and courage’
Our current average house is compounding global overheating with excessive, long-lasting emissions. Lindsay Wood looks at how we could make our housing more climate-friendly.
2 Nov 2021
ACC new build a pilot for safety technology
Government is funding a $1.7m project to develop national building information management (BIM) guidelines via a Ngāi Tahu Property and ACC partnership.
New Home Consents Reach Unprecedented Levels
The construction sector is building new houses at record levels, says Minister for Building and Construction Poto Williams.
30 Oct 2021
Sharp increase in construction costs nationwide
Acute labour and building material shortages have driven a sharp increase in construction costs around the country, a global construction consultancy says.
28 Oct 2021
Te Rarawa adds KPH Construction to commercial portfolio
NZ Herald
A Far North iwi has acquired one of Kaitaia's longest-standing construction companies, to help provide better housing and vocational and training pathways for the community.
27 Oct 2021
Construction sector calls for compulsory vaccination as Covid-19 cases rise on some sites
The construction sector has reiterated calls for the Government to make Covid-19 vaccination compulsory for its workers as Site Safe reports rising Covid-19 cases on some sites.
Government not ruling out mandating COVID-19 vaccinations in construction, other industries
The Government isn't ruling out mandating COVID-19 vaccinations in the construction sector as the race to 90 percent heats up, and the COVID-19 Response Minister is eyeing other industries too.
26 Oct 2021
Lowering The Carbon Footprint Of Transport Construction
Waka Kotahi is outlining a new commitment to lowering the carbon footprint created during construction of its New Zealand Upgrade Programme projects.
25 Oct 2021
Far North Iwi Te Rarawa buys construction company to aid housing development, trade training and education
NZ Herald
Far North Iwi Te Rarawa has added a construction company to its portfolio, in a move that should speed up a new housing development and give trades training to locals.
21 Oct 2021
Fighting over timber - the shortages hitting construction
Try buying a bag of nails these days - they're almost as rare as hens' teeth. And if you do find them, buying them will leave a huge hole in your pocket.
20 Oct 2021
Construction expert says new bill pointless without builders to back it up
Newstalk ZB
A new bill designed to cut red tape and allow more intensification in housing construction could be pointless if practical aspects aren’t taken into account.
19 Oct 2021
Fletcher Building says strong trading, high vaccination rates, should offset Covid impacts
Fletcher Building expects its performance to improve this year as it benefits from strong trading conditions and less impact from Covid-19 lockdowns.
18 Oct 2021
Years more supply chain pain for construction
Global supply chains issues, major demand for construction work and navigating NZ's alert level boundaries are creating a 'perfect storm' for the construction sector, research shows.
Builders call for mandatory vaccination in construction sector
It could be time for the government to hammer home compulsory vaccination for construction workers, according to a building industry group.
13 Oct 2021
Site Safe's Annual Construction Health, Safety And Wellbeing Awards Finalists Announced
As New Zealand’s construction industry deals with the ongoing impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, health and safety has remained integral to the ability of businesses to continue to operate.
9 Oct 2021
Building consent bottleneck slows residential construction
Hundreds of builders are calling on the construction minister to reduce long delays for building consents, saying the bottleneck hurts productivity and threatens to destabilise companies.
29 Sep 2021
Building And Construction Sector Trends Annual Report 2021 Indicates Sector Remains Strong In Face Of COVID-19
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has today released the Building and Construction Sector Trends Annual Report 2021.
27 Sep 2021
Auckland border restrictions leaving construction projects at a standstill
Newstalk ZB
Auckland’s border restrictions are hurting building and construction companies, and leaving projects at a standstill.
24 Sep 2021
Builders look to cut corners with squeeze on construction supplies face risks
Builders caught up in desperate times are in some cases resorting to desperate measures.
23 Sep 2021
Tradie vaccination a process of consulting with staff, clients - construction boss
Thousands of tradies in Auckland are busy getting back on the tools, albeit in a restricted capacity.
17 Sep 2021
Construction boom makes Auckland city with most cranes
Auckland's construction sector remains resilient amid the lockdowns, with the number of cranes in the city on the rise.
12 Sep 2021
Construction job numbers on the rise
There has been an increase in filled jobs during the last quarter in the construction industry as well as related industries like architectural and engineering services.
3 Sep 2021
Building supply shortages developing around the country
Some building suppliers are already running out of stock as the effect of Auckland's Level 4 lockdown begins to bite in the rest of the country.