August-October 2016

In this issue:Inf COver

Nelson Street cycleway continues to win awards and praise for its creativity and reuse of existing infrastructure

Construction sector digestion problems in boom time

Unitary Plan for Auckland offers a mixed bag of goodies – OK and chaos

The importance of quality water infrastructure and being honest

Want to know how to hold on to key staff when about half of them are looking for a new job?

Invest in public transport for best results – Singapore transport conference

Leverage cross border collaboration in tendering

Protecting IT infrastructure as cybercrime reaches epidemic proportions

Energy from waste gets the cold shoulder in NZ but an Aussie success may change that

Climate change is the biggest challenge facing the NZ environment













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