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    Christchurch Earthquake Reinstatement Program

    The Canterbury earthquakes of 2010 and 2011 have had a major economic impact on the region and on New Zealand. The earthquakes rank as one of the costliest natural disasters for insurers worldwide since 1950. The Christchurch rebuild will cost the equivalent of around 10 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). With continuing aftershocks, damage […]

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    Dunedin International Airport

    When Dunedin International Airport Ltd decided to upgrade and extend its terminal facilities, MWH was commissioned to deliver designs for the mechanical and HVAC services. Addressing the complex demands of highly variable occupancy, the challenging environment (the outdoor temperature varies from -9°C to 35°C) and ambitious energy efficiency goals for the 10,000m² terminal, required an […]

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    Eastern Selwyn Sewerage Scheme

    In 2007, MWH was commissioned to develop the Eastern Selwyn Sewerage Scheme (ESSS) to convey and treat wastewater flows for the projected population increases of the communities of Prebbleton, Lincoln and Rolleston which had already seen two decades of significant growth. Following the devastating Canterbury earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, these towns experienced rapid growth, […]

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    Hastings Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Hastings District Council was faced with meeting challenging resource consent conditions around the discharges from the new domestic wastewater treatment plant. These conditions balanced tangata whenua and wider Maori cultural and community needs, and created project complexities particularly in terms of affordability. This challenge required the identification of a best practicable option (BPO) solution as […]

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    Levin Landfill Odour Assessment

    Potential odour impacts associated with the operation of an existing municipal solid waste landfill were investigated. This project sought to quantify the potential odour effects at the nearest identified sensitive receptors to the landfill and to make recommendations regarding the control of odour at the site, where required.

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    Manawatu Gorge Landslide Remediation

    The Manawatu Gorge section of State Highway 3 is one of the most difficult roads in New Zealand to work on. This narrow road is carved into the side of the gorge 20 metres above a river. The road is a vital transport link for communities on the east and west of the central North […]

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    Minor Repairs Programme

    Housing New Zealand Corporation (HNZC), a Central Government entity, is the largest national social housing provider. It is the second largest asset owner in the country behind the New Zealand Transportation Authority, with a NZ$18B portfolio of 70,000 houses. These properties house over 200,000 tenants — about 5% of the total population.

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    Southland District Council Economic Network Plan

    Transport infrastructure around the world is facing increased pressure from traffic growth, changing land use, higher service level expectations, increasing costs and competing funding needs. Facing these pressures, the Southland District Council in New Zealand needed a plan to reset their roading network to be economically fit and ensure sustainability during a time of funding […]

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    Tasman District Flood Recovery

    The MWH team has provided critical flood response coordination and fast track damage repairs as a result of state-of-emergency flooding in New Zealand.