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2 in a Ute

Citycare Water and Auckland Council have just launched an initiative to maintain water sensitive stormwater assets. These are naturalised assets that are intended to filter out pollutants from storm water run-off and improve the...

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Student Volunteer Army

Growing Kids That Care

Combining volunteer activity with project management skills, that are linked to the New Zealand primary school curriculum, is all part of the Student Volunteer Army (SVA) Schools Programme funded by the Citycare Group.

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Misty Soper

Driving Inclusiveness

Misty Soper began her career at Citycare Civil as a temporary labourer cleaning the streets of Christchurch. She joined the team on 23 February 2011, one day after the Canterbury earthquakes. Her previous experience had been working as a manager of the Treehouse karaoke bar in the heart of Christchurch city.

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Christmas Clean Up

When thousands turn up to a party, it takes a lot to clean up!

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Christmas at Christchurch Airport

Christmas at Christchurch Airport

The Christmas decorations at Christchurch Airport are always a bit of a talking point for visitors to the city. This year, Citycare Property adorned several large Christmas trees, both inside and outside the terminal, and put up more than 45 metres of Christmas garland.

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Tongan Church Clean Up

The Tongan Catholic Church and Citycare Property came together in late November to do a big clean-up of parks and reserves in Auckland. More than 300 people from Citycare Property and the church community picked up litter in six parks including Manukau Sports Bowl, Hayman Park, Mountfort Park, Ray Small...

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Arcades project

The Arcades Project

Christchurch’s Arcades Project has become a post-quake icon in Christchurch city. The project was designed and constructed by Te Pūtahi to offer a beautiful and dramatic addition to contribute to the look and feel of the city during the rebuild.

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Holley Falwasser

Getting the green light

In New Zealand’s second biggest city, maintenance on and under the roads is a daily occurrence. The cones go up and traffic is diverted or safely navigated around the workers who are going about their jobs repairing pipes, mending road surfaces or improving and building new roading systems. The planning...

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Novetel and Citycare

Sleeping Easy

Citycare Property has secured the contract for scheduled maintenance work on the new Novotel Hotel at Christchurch Airport, with an anticipated start date of mid to late November.

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Sumner School

MAINTAINING OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS DURING BUILD

Citycare Property is fast gaining a reputation for delivery of excellence in the education sector, with new builds requiring the important capacity to accommodate ongoing school activities during the construction process. This requires a special skill set and transparent client relationship.

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Avon Loop Work Underway

Avon Loop Work Underway

In October, Citycare Civil started regeneration work on Christchurch’s Avon Loop contract for Ōtākaro. This is the last stretch of work required to complete the new pedestrian and cycle friendly pathway from Fitzgerald Avenue to the Health Precinct.

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The Lakeside Soldiers Memorial Hall was closed in September 2010 due to earthquake damage. Selwyn District Council contracted Citycare Property to begin construction of the new hall in April 2018. It is the third community hall that Citycare Property has worked on with the local council.

Citycare Group

PRIORITIES RESET KEY TO FUTURE CITYCARE SUCCESS

The Citycare Group has reported a net loss after tax of $724k for the 2019 financial year.

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gumboots

Connecting the Community

On Saturday 27 July, the Student Volunteer Army (SVA) returns to the community where their work started. SVA’s Connect the Community programme began in 2013 after the earthquakes when the community came together to work on shared improvement projects.

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Replacing the pivot plates

Shut the Gate!

The Christchurch Botanic Gardens have magnificent entrance heritage gates off Rolleston Avenue. Constructed over 100 years ago, the gates feature ornate iron work that reflect the time and period of design.

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