Latest update 26 May 2020
People in central Christchurch will no longer be watching valuable energy go down the drain with the Metro Sports Facility set to include New Zealand’s first Waste Water Heat Recovery System.
Latest update 11 May 2020
The 32-metre-long, 3.5-metre-wide bridge sits on a naturally desirable crossing point along the Promenade so it will make the journey easier for people heading to or from the north of the city or the
Latest update 28 Feb 2020
Central Christchurch’s first dedicated canoe and kayak launching ramp is now ready for use as part of Ōtākaro Limited’s upgrade of the Avon Loop riverside.
Latest update 27 Feb 2020
The braided river effect of Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre’s façade is taking shape, with CPB Contractors having now installed a quarter of the 43,000 herringbone tiles.
Latest update 16 Dec 2019
Christchurch’s Metro Sports Facility is set to include New Zealand’s first trapdoor hydroslide, a 12.6-metre-high ‘Looping Rocket’.
Latest update 28 Nov 2019
There’s going to be a change in the skyline this weekend with CPB Contractors bringing down the 60-metre tower crane working on Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre.
Latest update 16 Oct 2019
A major redevelopment of central Christchurch’s busiest bus stops is nearly complete, with the new Health Precinct bus bays and shelters ready for use from 21 October.
Latest update 05 Aug 2019
Work on the final section of Te Papa Ōtākaro/Avon River Precinct is expected to get underway later this year with Ōtākaro Limited completing the design for the ‘Avon Loop’.
Latest update 03 Jul 2019
Construction of a pedestrian bridge in the North Frame will get underway around November, connecting the City Promenade to Cambridge Terrace.