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People, places and working conditions covers the field in an engineering environment. Read about the latest in waste management and recycling equipment; workplace health and safety advances; the coatings and anti-corrosion products that are extending their lifespan and reliability; plus the latest available products for heating, ventilation and air conditioning.

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A $368,000 grant from the Ministry of Science and Innovation’s Technology Transfer Voucher scheme will allow a revolutionary single-blade wind turbine designed for domestic use by Dunedin’s Powerhouse Wind Limited to be developed for production and sale in partnership with Otago Polytechnic. Continue →
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Auckland University’s Faculty of Engineering is set for a multi-million dollar redevelopment, including new hightech laboratories, the creation of a new engineering research facility and the expansion of existing buildings The upgrade is estimated to cost $216 million and will take four years to complete. Continue →
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By Dr G Charles Clifton, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Auckland School of Engineering In mid-March, I was summoned to the Canterbury Earthquakes Royal Commission (CERC) to give a presentation on New Technologies in Steel Buildings. Continue →
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Leading New Zealand gases and engineering company BOC Ltd and New Zealand Steel have agreed a long-term industrial gas supply contract that will be critical to New Zealand Steel’s ongoing iron and steel making operations at Glenbrook. Continue →
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Beca executive director David Carter got the timing right. Just before joining Prime Minister John Key on a trade mission to Indonesia he announced that a New Zealand-based team of engineers has been commissioned to provide the mechanical and electrical engineering design for the Signature Tower in Jakarta. Continue →
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