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Massey University has opened enrollments for New Zealand’s first entry-level university qualifications in facilities management Facilities managers oversee the strategic and operational management of facilities to ensure public spaces and workplaces are safe, healthy, sustainable, productive and fit-for-purpose.   Continue →
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Infrastructure bids and tenders are always competitive with national and international construction companies competing for a piece of the pie Compiling a bid submission with the necessary information, supported by documentation and exhibits which are demonstrative of the expertise and capability of the tendering party for a large infrastructure project requires:- Consideration to be given as to whether the tender is suitable and profitable for the company. Continue →
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Flexible office space is expected to take a bigger share of the market post-pandemic despite poor short-term forecasts Image: proxyclick.com “Flex space”, including co-working centres and serviced offices, has expanded rapidly over recent years, driving 109,000sq m – or 31 per cent – of net absorption in Australian office markets over 2018 to 2019, according to the latest CBRE research market snapshot. Continue →
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The COVID-19 outbreak has prompted occupiers to accelerate the implementation of wellness measures in their workplaces while introducing additional hygiene and health-related steps, CBRE Global Research reports Tens of millions of employees in Asia Pacific have been advised – and in some cases ordered – to work from home due to health and safety concerns. Continue →
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Leading cyber risk journal Recorded Future has investigated how threat actors are using the global disruptions caused by COVID-19 to further their cyber threat activities The emergence of coronavirus disease has also originated a new cybersecurity threat, igniting a bevy of COVID-19-themed phishing lures and newly registered COVID-19-related domains. Continue →
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The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ (RICS) quarterly Construction and Infrastructure Surveys continue to show that while construction and infrastructure workloads have increased growth across New Zealand, an acute skill shortage is creating bottlenecks that threaten the viability of the sector New Zealand needs a skilled, sustainable construction workforce to ensure the sector has the people it needs now and into the future, with estimates that the construction industry will need an extra 50,000 workers by 2022. Continue →
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After seven years in Australian ownership, Derryn Mayne, one of South Auckland’s most energetic and successful realtors, has bought a 25% stake of Century 21 New Zealand with firm plans to grow the company’s market share “I’m delighted that a significant piece of Century 21 New Zealand ownership is falling back into Kiwi hands,” says Charles Tarbey, owner of Century 21 Australasia. Continue →
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Wellingtonian Jeh Wasti started his real estate career in 2016 and by the end of 2018 he was Century 21 New Zealand’s Top Salesperson for the Year (for Gross Closed Commission) Jeh Wasti (right) with Century 21 Executive Director Michael Baliviera (left) The 33-year-old was honoured at Century 21 New Zealand’s Annual Awards in Auckland recently. Continue →
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It was a big night for two North Island towns at the Annual Awards Gala Dinner in Auckland, where Century 21 New Zealand has announced its real estate winners for 2018 #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Huntly’s Barbara Craig, Ian Pepper, and Pescha Eccles Turangi’s Molly McLean, Roger Webb, and Wai Johnson   Roger Webb of Century 21 Premier (Turangi) was named Top Salesperson for the Year for Units (the number of properties listed and sold). Continue →
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Virtual reality (VR) field trips are now being used to teach students about construction and leaky homes at the University of Auckland Business School, as the technology revolutionizes the property industry From this month, Bachelor of Property students in the stage one course “Introduction to Property” are being given Google Cardboard headsets – a low-cost virtual reality headset that resembles a cardboard Viewfinder from the 1980s, with a place to insert a smartphone. Continue →
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The Electrical Training Company, New Zealand’s leading provider of electrical apprenticeships, has partnered with Life Care Consultants Ltd to deliver first aid and CPR training across its apprentice programme The Electrical Training Company has more than 600 apprentices across the country and Life Care Consultants will provide all training nationally, apart from the Auckland region, where First Aid NZ is the provider. Continue →
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