As part of Calibre’s University Career Fair Program, Calibre offered one lucky engineering undergraduate an overseas volunteering experience. This is Marnie Stollznow’s story…Read More
Calibre Group Limited ("The Company") provides an update today on the current trading performance of the business and the sale processes it has been conducting in respect of each of its businesses, Professional Services (PS), Diona and G&S Engineering.Read More
Biophilic design can help inform how stormwater is managed in an integrated manner, and how it can be visually presented to develop attractive urban spaces within residential and commercial areas. Find out more by reading the research paper by Brendan Oversby.Read More
Robert Saunders, Calibre’s Renewables Sector Lead, shares part two of his step-by-step guide to renewables. In this article Robert discusses financing options.Read More
Tobias Chalmers and Mal McCann of Calibre, together with water infrastructure experts, James Mahoney of True Water and Andrew Cook of RGB Services, believe that previously commercially unviable land can be made viable by installing temporary wastewater treatment plants. Their paper, 'Servicing of Fringe Developments through Temporary Wastewater Treatment and Land Irrigation' was recently presented at OzWater18 in Brisbane. Read the case study of Waterlea Estate, located on the fridge of Ipwich City, in South East Queensland.Read More
Save money. Save time. Save the environment. These are among the benefits of light timber-frame construction. So why has New Zealand — known for its have-a-go attitude — been so slow to embrace the technique for mid-rise buildings? Four and five-storey apartment blocks with light timber frames are commonplace around the world, including in the UK, Canada and the US. Among the significant benefits touted are cost savings on structures of up to 20 per cent. New Zealand is facing a housing crisis, but has shied away from using light-weight timber frames, despite their prolific use overseas, including on affordable mid-rise apartments and social housing units. We ask Calibre’s Sean Gardiner (New Zealand Structures Sector Leader) to tell us why.Read More
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