The third and final earthworks season at Ara Tūhono commenced on October 1st. There are 3.5 million cubic metres of earth to move! Have a look at the progress on the latest drone flyover.
We have created a slideshow of Champion motor grader images , published with a full profile in our November issue. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel after watching the latest clip.
Here’s the latest clip supplied from the CRL Project team of the tunnelling under the Britomart Central Post Office building.
Although its demolition started in January the demolition crew responsible has finally brought down the final section of Seattle’s Alaskan double-deck highway. The footage is pretty impressive…
We have created a slideshow of TS-260 images, published with a full profile in our October issue. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel after watching the latest clip.
The Caterpillar 983 loader is the largest loader Caterpillar has produced in its 90 plus year history. This is a clip made up of images published in September’s profile.
Christchurch Southern Motorway Stage 2 (CSM2) project shows traffic using the new Weedons Road bridge and southbound traffic now travelling across the Shands Road bridge- great milestones achieved for the project during July 2019. The Robinsons Road Overpass continues to progress well and vast amounts of landscaping is currently being undertaken along the alignment. Construction…
Drone footage of earthworks progress, courtesy of the Northern Express Group.
The Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC) Alliance is the head contractor on a $240 million project which sees the Main North Road and the Western Belfast By-Pass converge with the new Northern Corridor just south of the Waimakariri River. Currently the Alliance is engaged in a 16 month long project adding additional traffic and cycle lanes…
View a timelapse of the progress made in rebuilding the Waiho River Bailey bridge on State Highway 6 (SH6) between Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers, which was washed away by rock-filled floodwaters on Tuesday 26 March 2019. More information about the SH6 Waiho River bridge replacement project, visit www.nzta.govt.nz/sh6-waiho-river-bridge