A collaborative approach resulted in the first Pathfinder project being completed on time and under budget.
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Off-site construction was used to deliver another successful Pathfinder project – a centre of excellence for the health sector at Auckland’s Middlemore Hospital.
Keeping a complex workplace operational while it undergoes a major rebuild is no easy task. Early project team involvement has been instrumental in the successful redevelopment of BRANZ’s campus, the final Pathfinder project to appear in Build.
Our second Pathfinder case study looks at a roading project north of Auckland. It is delivering ahead of time and to budget thanks to an Alliance model that has helped full integration of social and environmental measures and, in the process, promoted innovative practice.
Sharing ideas and pooling knowledge is the key to innovation. The new Pathfinder project faciliates the sharing of local innovative ideas in the construction industry and offers many benefits for those involved.
Relationship contracting, pre-planning and stakeholder management were used to deliver Auckland City Council’s Central Connector Pathfinder project 5 weeks early, despite a 40% increase in work scope.
As the construction industry faces the challenges and opportunities in Canterbury and beyond, the prefab sector has been thinking long and hard about innovation’s role in productivity, cost-effectiveness and sustainability.
In the latest addition to the Pathfinder Programme series we go back to school to learn how Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Kotuku project team exceeded whanau expectations in constructing a new school.
Planning and risk mitigation strategies were used to deliver another successful Pathfinder project – a state-of-the-art training complex for the Navy and NZ Defence Force at Whangaparaoa.
Although only at tendering stage, this Pathfinder project bypasses the traditional and takes a less travelled route to ensure client objectives are met.