Tonkin + Taylor Chief Executive Dr Penny Kneebone is the newest member of the Project Alliance Board
Creating a strong connection between residents and construction sites requires a special type of person.
Quick thinking from construction workers at Aorere helped save a resident from injury.
The Roskill South development lays claim to a father-daughter construction combo Vlad and Dora Kanchovski.
Jack O’Toole, operator and labourer at Tāmaki, was awarded an Environment Award of Excellence
Construction workers unearthed unusual underground earth markings at Aorere. We investigated to find out more…
The 1.5km greenway threads through Northcote, linking reserves and connecting the town centre with schools and homes.
Suicide awareness and prevention training help create safe spaces for our people when they need support the most.
"At LEAD Alliance there is a bigger objective we work towards so my range of tasks is very diverse."
"I choose projects that my future grandchildren could be proud of. The Alliance fits the bill."
"My number one goal is enabling more land. Then time, cost, and quality outcomes with an overlay of forward planning."
More than fifty people worked on this project for 18 months and now we can finally celebrate what a success it is!
A successful workshop for students in the vocational training institute ARA’s Building Academy Programme.
Mark has been appointed to this critical role with a wealth of alliancing experience and a 30-year construction career.
The team was abuzz with excitement at the installation of a 240-metre-long wastewater pipe using the ‘slipline method.'
We were honoured to be the first guardians of Kōmata o Te Rangi, now it has a new home.
This year Māori Language Week is even more special with the 50th anniversary of the Māori Language Petition.
Malo e lelei. This week we celebrate our Tongan team members who make up a significant portion of our workforce.
See the progress happening in this idyllic corner of Tāmaki Makaurau, and find out how Catalina Bay got its name!
Armed with a good ear for listening and a passion for her community, Mary Iva Tito is a perfect fit for her role as CLA.
The judges called it “a great innovation to manage a specific risk and save workers from injury”
“I just want to say thank you - I really enjoyed this experience, I would consider a job in this workspace.”
“I’m attracted to engineering because it makes the world go round.”
Check out the difference that undergrounding works can make from these comparisons in Waikōwhai!
Piritahi Alliance’s House Removal Programme has won two prestigious awards!
Check out our video showing how close we are to completing Stage One work in Aorere!
Don't just throw it out - give it a second life!
After a storm in Tāmaki Makaurau, Piritahi reflects on the new infrastructure built to deal with such events.
When change is thrust upon you, as it often is these days, take a leaf out of Seti Afoa’s book on career progression.
In December 2021 the Taniwha Reserve regeneration project reached a significant milestone...
Something that really stands out to me at Piritahi is seeing individuals who truly are passionate about creating change.
The wet season has arrived and Piritahi’s team has their wet weather gear on hand and ready to go.
While school holidays are usually a time to take a break and unwind during the busy school year, a group of students...
Recently named the Rising Star - Site at the National Association of Women in Construction Awards, Vee Ungo'Unga shar...
Nothing excited archaeologist, Hans-Deiter Bader more, than to uncover a historic and culturally significant Māo...
Ecologist, Rieke Behrens answers the age-old question - What's the difference between geckos and skinks?
We asked our Stormwater Engineer, Pranil Wadan what rain gardens are and how they work. Here's what he said.
Vincent Li has been with Piritahi since it was founded in 2019 and is our esteemed Quality Manager.
We hit an exciting milestone recently as our first intake of 17 participants graduated from our Piritahi Grow programme.
We've tried to answer everything you might be wondering about Roskill’s Freeland Reserve Upgrade.
Servicing the community into the future and enabling further development, the improved infrastructure will also have...
With over 1,500 new homes planned to be built in Northcote, improving stormwater infrastructure in the area was vital...
Piritahi is tunnel boring in Northcote to prepare for the final section of neighbourhood stormwater improvements.
In 2018, Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities’ urban development group set out to procure civil infrastructure and la...
New training simulators are helping Piritahi train new recruits faster and more safely.
When you’re out for an evening stroll or on your way home from work, you may have noticed an increase in housing
Over the next few years, Piritahi will be undergrounding power lines and communications services in neighbourhoods being
Piritahi is an alliance of civil engineering and construction companies, working on Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities’
We caught up with Daisy Wang to learn about her role as a Quality Adviser at Piritahi.
We caught up with Vee Ungounga to learn about her experience working in the construction industry.
In a first for Piritahi, while laying the groundwork for the Northcote Development our construction team discovered...
The latest information about construction of Ōwairaka's stormwater network
Questions about construction of Ōwairaka's stormwater network? We may have the answer here.
Current and upcoming civil construction for the Northcote Development.
Officially ‘the act of examining and mapping a specific area of the physical environment’, surveying is a profession...
Most of Auckland’s infrastructure was designed before the intensification Auckland is currently experiencing had even...
Northcote kids were thrilled with a chance to get up close to the diggers working in their neighbourhood...