Infrastructure

For 100 years, Stevenson Concrete has played a major role in developing New Zealand's infrastructure.

St. Heliers Bay Boat Ramp

A boat ramp has existed in the centre of St Heliers Bay since about 1930. Stevenson Concrete worked to reinstate this recreational facility, after the old one was buried under sand.

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North Head Coastal Pathway

This project upgraded an existing path put in during WWI and WWII to service the submarine booms and searchlight batteries of the Harbour Protection Defence Screen.

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Okahu Bay Boat Ramp

The renovation commissioned by Auckland City includes a concrete overlay that covers the western and eastern ends of The Landing site, a three-hectare triangle of land overlooking a stretch of water at Okahu Bay in Tamaki Drive and home to a number of boating clubs. The new overlay will ensure the ramp remains useable and safe.

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Beaumonts Bridge

The old Beaumonts Bridge in Manurewa has long been an accident black spot and had come to the end of its serviceable life. Manukau City Council commissioned Opus to design a realignment that included extra clearances for future rail upgrades and electrification.

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Market Road – Greenlane Lane Extensison

Along with a number of businesses from across the Stevenson Group, Stevenson Concrete have been supplying expertise and materials to a major new motorway project – the 4th lane extension from Market Road to Greenlane – for main contractor Downer.

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Manukau Memorial Gardens

Construction began in November 2009 on access to new burial areas being developed at Manukau Memorial Gardens. The existing eastern block is reaching full capacity and internal access is needed to ensure continuity of burial services.

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