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HERA welcomes Hayley Ngo for Construction 4.0 research project

Please join us in welcoming Intern Hayley Ngo into the HERA fold. Hayley will be investigating the state-of-the-art of Construction 4.0 globally and here in Aotearoa New Zealand. Construction 4.0 is the application of Industry 4.0 technologies and approaches in Construction. As part of the HERA research project, Hayley is completing a literature review on…

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John Cole investigates the interface between Mātauranga Māori and Construction 4.0.

We’re excited to have Student Intern John Cole join us on a project we’ve partnered with Pūhoro STEM Academy on. The project is looking to investigate the interface between Mātauranga Māori and Construction 4.0. Construction 4.0 is the application of Industry 4.0 technologies and approaches in Construction. Mātauranga Māori* included knowledge and wisdom understood and…

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Case study: 3D scanning as a tool in seismic strengthening of Hawke’s Bay Hospital project

We’re excited to bring to light a New Zealand case study on the use of 3D scanning as a new digital tool by one of our members. Those of you at HERA’s Future Forum: 2020 VISION in February would have heard Des Watkins from Watkins Steel promote the use of digital technologies, including 3D scanning,…

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Want to go carbon neutral? Here’s where to start!

HERA has just gone through an independent review of its carbon footprint. We’re sharing our experience, the resultant report and accounting spreadsheet in the hope that this will help you to do the same! As we increasingly see and experience the tangible impacts of climate change and the visible impacts of business activity (or lack…

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The five ‘silver linings’ to COVID-19

Our current state of play has created a massive disruption to business as usual – but are there any positives to come out from the Covid-19 pandemic? Covid-19 has dramatically impacted us all in many different ways. Of course, most discussions have been on the negatives of Covid-19, but here are five silver linings that…

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Notice – NZ’s first sustainable steel certification program

We’re calling for members interested in being certified via New Zealand’s first ever sustainable steel certification program – a new initiative being driven by the Sustainable Steel Council (SSC). The Sustainable Steel Council is a group of industry leaders committed to a circular economy, the long-term viability of the industry and its contribution to inter-generational…

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Notice – Aotearoa Transformation Agenda and Plan

Want to be part of the Aotearoa Steel Industry Transformation Agenda? Then this is your call to get involved in this transformation! This Agenda is an industry-wide blue-print to position our industry for a sustainable future. It will be based on Treasury’s Living Standards Framework, which looks at performance across four capitals: Human capital, Social…

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Ep. 25 | Troy Coyle & Nick Collins – 20/20 VISION: HERA’s Future Forum

Mar182020 Listen on iTunes Listen on PodBean 18 Mar 2020 | Ep.25 – 20/20 VISION: HERA’s Future Forum In this episode of Stirring the Pot, we check in with our CEO Dr Troy Coyle and Metals NZ CE Nick Collins. Together we reflect back on the first of HERA’s Future Forum Conference which this year…

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Ep. 24 | AUT Shahab Ramhormozian & Prof Charles Walker – School of future environments

Feb192020 Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Listen on PodBean 19 Feb 2020 | Ep.24 – School of future environments In this episode of Stirring the Pot, we talk with Dr Shahab Ramhormozian and Prof Charles Walker from the Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Shahab is a Lecturer in Structural and Earthquake Engineering and Prof…