Location: Midland Line- between Staircase and Craigieburn.
Bridge 28 on the Midland line is a 166m long bridge which has suffered from deterioration of various components through time. Replacement of the rail beams was necessary to reduce the risk of line closure due to failure.
Vitruvius’ role was multi-disciplinary on this project. Vitruvius were appointed in the Project Management role as well as survey and track alignment design.
The Bridge 28 structure has been designed with eight rail beam spans of which... Read More
Construction of new twin track rail sidings, including track crossing slabs, to a new freight hub in Mt Maunganui.
Vitruvius provided end to end engineering services, including design, contract documentation & management, construction observations, survey, and site set-out.
The physical works for the site were delivered by multiple parties to a very intensive programme, and Vitruvius were responsible for co-ordinating interfaces between the contracting parties to ensure the track construction... Read More
B2B is NZTA’s long-term transport solution for the road corridor, removing the effects of the rail movements on the traffic flow at the following level crossings, Owens Place, Bayfair shopping centre and adjacent to Bay Park Speedway.
In addition to support work done for the NZTA, Vitruvius Survey Team have been engaged to set-out 3.2km of new East Coast Main Trunk Railway and Mt Manganui Branch line for construction between Bayfair shopping centre and Bay Park speedway.
Obtain resource consent approval to create nineteen new lifestyle lots as a staged development and carry out the work required to have new titles issued.
Vitruvius has been involved with gaining resource consent approval the create nineteen new lots in the Minden Lifestyle Zone and carrying out the Land Transfer survey. The development included vesting a large area of native bush as reserve... Read More
Obtain resource consent approval to create eight new residential lots and carry out the work required to have new titles issued.
Vitruvius was involved from the initial stages of gaining resource consent approval from Council and completing the Land Transfer Survey, to lodging the final plans with LINZ for issuing of the new titles.
This involved completing the as built survey and liaising with the City Council as necessary.
Obtain resource consent approval to create seven new industrial lots and carry out the work required to have new titles issued.
Vitruvius was involved from the initial stages of gaining resource consent approval from Council and completing the Land Transfer Survey, to lodging the final plans with LINZ for issuing of the new titles. Vitruvius managed the whole process which included liaising with the City Council, client’s solicitor and local Iwi.
KiwiRail committed to undertake rail grinding throughout New Zealand in 2011. The project required engagement of an Australian contractor to deliver the works on a service level agreement based arrangement.
The on-going day to day management of this delivery was undertaken by Vitruvius’ Senior Project Manager. The role included coordination of support staff and disciplines to maximise the Contractor’s production outputs.
Investigation and renewal of infrastructure through one of New Zealand’s longest rail tunnels (8.6 Km in length).
Vitruvius has led the investigations and written the strategic plan for the delivery of the upgrade of the Otira Tunnel. The strategy consists of both short and long term objectives to manage and deliver a sustainable component of the network. This project is likely to go through the physical works stage in 2017 - 2022. Vitruvius is currently Project Managing the early upgrade phases as well... Read More