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Etching in the concrete depicts coastal history

Auckland’s Waterfront is a precious commodity and its development has been a key focus for the team at Panuku Development who have for many years been working with landscape architects...


New melds with old

Dunedin is well known as a university town, with the antics of students often documented in the media. But Dunedinites will tell you there is a whole lot more to...


Quality and quantity on massive APL building

A long-standing Hamilton city manufacturer is moving to greener pastures as it looks to consolidate its multiple Hamilton sites into one major location at Hautapu, near Cambridge as part of...


Permeable concrete comes to Firth

Firth is happy to announce a new partnership agreement with Permcon Australia and New Zealand (PCNZ) for the manufacture of a permeable concrete system to add to our range of...


Trees love Firth's permeable products

Kell Park, situated on Dairy Flat road in Albany, features a small children’s playground and is the start of the Albany Village Path – a 40min, 3km walk popular with locals.


The History of the (Firth) Holland® paver

Did you know… that over two thousand years ago the Romans developed a simple system for building roads which consisted of a well-compacted base of limestone (or lime and gravel),...


Non-slip paving chosen for new Bus Hub

The ongoing development of Dunedin city took another step forward this year when the new Dunedin Central City Bus Hub was officially opened to the public in March.