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  The Waikato Expressway is a significant new four-lane highway being built on the North Island of New Zealand. When completed, it will be a vital strategic connection for the Waikato region, linking the busy urban centre of Auckland to the rapidly growing Bay of Plenty region.   This massive… Read More

Working Smarter Not Harder

In New Zealand there is an increasing trend in contractors of all sizes investing in Leica iCON 3d Machine Control to help improve efficiencies on site. Long gone are the days of working around survey stakes, knocking them over and waiting days for a surveyor to come to site. Leica… Read More

Taggart increases ability to innovate and stay ahead of the game

Taggart Earthmoving are already seeing the Contractor friendly and easy to use benefits of their Leica iCON GPS and 3D Grader System. Taggart Earthmoving is a large well established contracting company based in Christchurch and for the last 62 years the Taggart family have continued to grow their business into… Read More

Leica iCONstruct field solution reduces downtime, costs & increases productivity

The new iCONstruct field solution enables fast interpretation of as-built structures versus design to support foremen and field workers to manage their jobsites more independently and efficiently. Two key products are the new, robust 7” Leica iCON Controller CC80, the smallest and lightest controller on the market with outstanding outdoor… Read More

Latitude Surveying adopt Leica Captivate solutions to future proof their business

Latitude Surveying started in 2003 and is a multidisciplinary consultancy offering cadastral surveying, land development, construction support and topographic survey services.  With the investment in Leica Captivate solutions, Latitude has the platform to extend their capabilities to terrestrial photogrammetry and BIM. With New Zealand becoming increasingly complex every day and… Read More

Early technology adoption is key to profitability for Schick

Being early adopters of technology including machine control and GPS-based survey systems is a good way to overcome the contracting industry’s inherent skill shortage says Patrick Peoples, Managing Director of Schick Construction and Cartage of Te Rapa. While fewer people might be employed on a project nowadays, technology can help… Read More

Woods use 3D laser scanning for Bridge of Remembrance project

The Bridge of Remembrance over the Avon River in Christchurch was severely structurally damaged in the earthquake. Downers, the contractors engaged to facilitate the repairs to the bridge, appointed engineers, surveyors, and planners Woods to assist with the work. Woods’ brief was to survey the bridge and capture its dimensions,… Read More

Dines Group reinvent Pokeno

When State Highway 1 bypassed Pokeno just south of the Bombay Hills, many believed that would be the end of the town. Instead, a joint venture between Dines Group and Fulton Hogan is developing 200 hectares in a mixed use residential and employment complex, anchored by the $220 million Yashili… Read More

Jilesen Contractors Ltd – Dealing with tight tolerances

A family run contractor has employed the latest Leica surveying technology to build a council roading project with challengingly tight tolerances. In October, Jilesen Contractors Ltd were appointed as preferred roading contractors to Ruapehu District Council, which is responsible for maintaining and preserving 6,733 sq.km of the central North Island… Read More

Landpro

Landpro provide a broad spectrum of surveying services from subdivisions, boundary definitions, irrigation concepts, and dam designs to engineering surveys. Landpro have an excellent understanding of the opportunities and challenges in its competitive environment and has made strategic decisions to add value for its customers. One of the recent decisions… Read More