In the Back of Beyond – Surveying the High Country

Black Hill Station Following the south bank of the Rakaia River and nestled against the Southern Alps, Black Hill Station is located 25 kilometres inland from the Rakaia Gorge. Spectacular in its remoteness, the farm is an expanse of tussock covered terrain, alpine streams and mountainous ranges. Black Hill Station wanted to diversify their farming…

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Helping a Banks Peninsula Community Protect its Indigenous Ecosystems

Kakanui Reserve Up behind Tūtehuarewa Marae in Koukourārata (Port Levy) the Kakanui Reserve rises on the steep eastern slopes of Port Levy. With some of the best remnants of native bush on Banks Peninsula, an early urupā (cemetery) and sacred burial caves, all are now protected and cared for within the 87 hectare reserve. Kakanui…

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Legacy Series: Lake Hood

Through outstanding surveying, engineering and urban design work, we helped create this unique aquatic playground and lakeside residential development. Lake Hood is a lakeside village for a community of people seeking space, tranquillity, waterfront living and a recreational destination for outdoor and water sport enthusiasts. The ability to extract high quality roading metal underlying the Lake…

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Legacy Series: Redmund Spur

Through diligent planning and creative subdivision and engineering consultancy work, we’re transforming the lower Port Hills slopes of Redmund Spur into a highly desirable mix of residential housing typology.   Situated on Cashmere Road, between Hoon Hay Valley and Kennedy’s Bush, Redmund Spur is an exclusive hillside residential development that combines an attractive rural outlook…

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Legacy Series: Broad Oaks

Setting a new standard for hillside development in Christchurch, Broad Oaks includes many new design features and site-specific engineering solutions.   A residential hillside development is never easy. This major 280 section/35 hectare development rising from the Heathcote River to the top of Huntsbury, with the need for two pump houses, two water reservations plus…

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Using 3D Laser Scanning to model the Canterbury University Engineering Building

Lauded as one of the largest building projects in NZ, Canterbury University is undergoing an exciting transformation that will deliver some of the most modern teaching, learning and research facilities in the southern hemisphere. A key project is the expansion and complete modernisation of the Canterbury University Engineering Building. What makes this construction project really…

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Creating Legacies That Go Beyond Land

Orana Wildlife Park’s Great Ape Centre Orana Wildlife Park’s Great Ape Centre is home to New Zealand’s only Gorillas. The arrival of these magnificent Western Lowland Gorillas signalled Orana’s commitment to the international zoo-based breeding programme for this critically endangered species. Bringing the Gorillas to New Zealand required Orana to develop an exhibit utilising a…

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Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust

Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust

Fox and Associates is proud to announce our new three year partnership with the Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust (BPCT) as a gold sponsor of the BPCT’s covenanting programme. We’ve had a long association with Banks Peninsula; from our many Banks Peninsula-based clients as well as our ongoing sponsorship of the biennial Sculpture on the Peninsula. This…

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FIG Working Week 2016

FIG Work Week

At the start of May, Fox and Associates had the pleasure of being involved in the 78th FIG Working Week. This exciting week-long conference brought together over 650 surveying and spatial professionals from all over the globe. FIG, short for Fédération Internationale des Géomètres or International Federation of Surveyors represents the interests of surveyors worldwide.…

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