The NZ Institute of Building will host a conference in Auckland next March that’s intended to be the first of a series held every 2 years by the institutes of New Zealand, Australia & Singapore.
The NZ Institute of Building’s judges couldn’t split the top 2 young achievers in this year’s GIB-sponsored awards and handed the prize to both finalists.
The NZ Institute of Building’s northern chapter appointed 4 members as fellows last night, along with 8 winners of student awards. The chapter also made a special award to Alison Smith, who’s organised local & national institute events for many years.
Jeff Vivian of Arrow International cleaned up with 3 awards at the NZ Institute of Building’s national awards held in Auckland last night for his work on Tuhoe’s Te Uru Taumatua at Taneatua.
Published: 20 August 2005 Anthony Leighs (left) & Matt Searle went up to the stage to collect the first award at the NZ Institute of Building’s annual awards ceremony in Auckland last night. And they just kept coming back. All for some sheds at the South Pole which the evening’s MC, Brett Rutledge, jokingly referred to […]
The 2 project chiefs for Fletcher Construction Ltd’s Auckland City Hospital development won the NZ Institute of Building’s supreme award at a function in Auckland last night. That award, and the trophy for projects over $10 million, were accepted by Warren Hollings (pictured) & Waren Warfield. Mr Hollings also headed construction of the SkyCity project. […]