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Matariki – 10 reasons why businesses should give a toot about it.

This coming Friday will be Aotearoa New Zealand’s first ever Matariki celebrated nationwide. Although I am totally here for it, for many in our industry Matariki probably just means another ‘day off’ from work. If that is you, l’d like to challenge that thinking, because in my opinion, what Matariki should represent to you is…

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Resource – Corrosion maps now available for macro-climate corrosion classification

We are pleased to announce the launch of our online corrosivity map to enable our members to search by address to quickly and precisely determine a recommended corrosion classification for their project. Developed in collaboration with NIWA, these corrosion maps were first published in SNZ TS3404:2018 based on our past research projects. These paper-based maps…

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HERA Whanake Scholarship recipient update – Lily Sanson

Engineering student and HERA Whanake Scholarship 2020 recipient Lily Sanson is moving forward in leaps and bounds! Recipient of the HERA Whanake Scholarship 2020, Lily Sanson is proving to be an astute and skilled engineer in her third year of study (Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours)), at Massey University. Over the summer she has been…

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Step up as a compliant business – the Russian invasion of Ukraine needs your attention!

Despite the distance Aotearoa New Zealand has from Europe, there are still business impacts to consider when it comes to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Undoubtedly, the last few years has seen the world experience disruptions that could not have been anticipated. Covid-19 is a clear example of this, and now, the Russian invasion of…