Kaikōura earthquake recovery wins prestigious global engineering award

The NZ Transport Agency, KiwiRail and the North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery alliance (NCTIR) have been recognised on the global stage, with the Kaikōura earthquake recovery work winning the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award.

The prestigious award, decided by public vote, recognises the world’s top civil engineering project of the year and sets a benchmark for industry excellence in design and construction. It reflects what the people who benefit from civil engineering efforts really think.

The Kaikōura recovery work was honoured last night at a ceremony in London after competing against a number of outstanding engineering projects from across the globe including The Tate Museum in St Ives, England; the Hyderabad Metro Rail Project, India; and The Forth Bridge Replacement Crossing, Scotland.

TPG is proud to have been involved in this project, working with NCTIR as their preferred property advisor to assist with the Kaikōura earthquake recovery. 

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