Like any construction company, our shop window is the projects that we are involved in. From the initial planning to the final handover our work is very visible, ensuring that everything we do is in keeping with our values. We are very proud of the work we are doing, some of which is listed below.
The purpose of this project was to upgrade and prepare Cranford Street and Sherborne Street (together with some adjoining side streets and key intersections) for the opening of the new northern motorway and subsequent increase in traffic volumes onto this road network in the district of St Albans in Christchurch.
Te Ara O-Rakipaoa Nor’West Arc is part of a city-wide cycling network easing the pressure on our roads and making it safer and easier for everyone get around. A large part of the cycleway is a greenway where people driving and cycling share the road space, while there are separated paths through Centennial Park and a separated cycleway along Domain Terrace.
As part of a larger ongoing Landscape improvement project, the University of Otago's vision to provide continuity and slip resistance of the paved pedestrian routes provides more logical and direct wayfinding. It enhances the aesthetics of one of the iconic landmarks of Dunedin city.
The Peninsula Connection was a road widening, pedestrian, cyclist, and safety improvements project undertaken across 26km of the Dunedin Peninsula between Portsmouth Drive and the Royal Albatross Centre Dunedin Harbour Mouth.
In 2015 CCC approved thirteen major cycle routes delivered over a seven-year period. A network of Major Cycle Routes is being built connecting suburbs, shopping areas, businesses, and schools. The new cycleways offer safe and direct routes around the city, help to reduce congestion and make our city a greener, healthier place to live.