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T&T Christchurch heading back to the City


In September T&T Christchurch was excited to announce they'll finally be heading back to the City!

Christchurch's PwC Centre at 56-64 Cashel Street will become their new home in March 2016, as they join other high profile tenants, Chapman Tripp and PwC in the area that will be the commercial and social centre of the new Christchurch business district. 

While Parkhouse Road has been a trusty home for T&T Christchurch since the earthquakes, staff can now begin to feel excited about their new office, located overlooking the Bridge of Remembrance, and within easy walking proximity to the Health, Justice and Retail precincts, the iconic Arts Centre, Hagley Park and Christchurch Botanical Gardens. 



Award for Innovation in Roads


In November The Well Connected Alliance won the award for Innovation in Roads at the Year in Infrastructure Conference in London. The entry was for the systems used to manage CAD files on the Waterview Connection project, and was received by Cameron Hyndman on behalf of the Alliance.

Projectwise was used by the CAD team to manage drawing files and our ProjectObit customisation allowed the wider team to share those drawings.  This saved the Alliance thousands of dollars in software licencing and document management time. 

Congratulations to Cameron and the team at Waterview, as well as Esme and our talented ProjectOrbit team.

From our lead draughtsman Cameron Hyndman:

Tonight The Well-Connected Alliance wont he award for Innovation in Roads at the Year infrastructure Conference in London.

It has been an incredible experience showing an international audience what we do in little old New Zealand, and listening to how the rest of the world is approaching BIM (Building Information Modelling).

The Year of Infrastructure 2014 Conference which inlcude Be Inspired awards that recognise innovation and best practice in design, engineering, construction and project delivery.

Cameron’s entry was the system developed at the Waterview Connectiion Project for managing CAD files.



Environmental Choice licence for the Hamilton office


In December the Hamilton office achieved their Environmental Choice New Zealand licence for their Office Activities.

The licence reflects the environmentally preferable way that the Hamilton Office is operated and covers all aspects of office activities, from the cars we drive, to the waste we dispose of.             

The Hamilton Office is one of the first applicants to achieve this licence in New Zealand and it is a significant achievement which represents the culmination of a lot of hard work from the Hamilton Group.



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