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The team on a walk in the great Canterbury outdoors Helping to establish new public walkways in Canterbury Like many kiwis, the team at Fox & Associates are enthusiastic about the great outdoors, be it hunting, stand-up paddleboarding, tramping or simply walking. We are always keen to do work in our playground and so we…

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The Fox team receiving the 2019 NZSEA Technical Excellence Award     NZSEA Technical Excellence Award Winners 2019 A highlight of 2019 was our win at the NZ Spatial Excellence Awards. We are the proud recipients of the Technical Excellence Award for aerial mapping for disease detection in potato crops. Thanks to the Fox Team,…

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Meet Bathycat Our new unmanned survey catamaran designed to complete bathymetric surveys From air to land and now water! As specialists in land and aerial surveying, we’re delighted to announce that we can now complete water spatial measurement surveys. Bathycat is a portable unmanned survey catamaran designed to complete bathymetric and hydrographic surveys. For those…

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ORC UAV and LiDAR unit   Imagine discovering ancient Mayan cities hidden for centuries beneath dense foliage in the northern jungles of Guatemala. Sounds like a scene from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. But thanks to a remote sensing and mapping technology called LiDAR (short for Light Detection and Ranging), archaeologists were able…

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Shearwater Lodge 3D Laser Scanning   A unique eco-lodge restoration project that enabled the continued protection of an endangered sea bird. Often legacy projects present unique challenges. Shearwater Lodge was no exception due to the remoteness of the site and the comprehensive nature of the work we needed to do. Shearwater Lodge is a luxury…

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Helping bring the QEII Centre to East Christchurch   Taiora QEII Recreation and Sports Centre is a new facility built on the site of the original and much loved QEII stadium and pools. These were originally built for the 1974 Commonwealth Games but were destroyed in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.   The new centre includes…

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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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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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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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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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