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Providing research, testing and information for the building and construction industry 
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Books, bulletins, seminars, study reports, downloads, details and more... 
Build magazine 7991
New Zealand's premier building industry information resource offering impartial expert advice both online and as a hard copy magazine. 
Maintaining my home 2096
Practical advice on how to maintain different parts of your home, and on related issues. 
Maintenance schedules 195
Create a maintenance schedule for a new house, print a copy for the owners, and save a copy for your own files. 
Level 450
The authority on designing and building sustainable homes 
Renovate 320
The technical resource for industry on the renovation of houses from different eras 
Weathertight 98
Building basics for making homes weathertight 
Tools 38
Explore our range of interactive tools and resources 
Build-142-84-International-Global-Piece.pdf
From www.buildmagazine.org.nz – PDF, 169.3 K
84 -- Build 142 -- June/July 2014 Departments/International By Dael Climo, BRANZ Build Deputy Editor THE CONTINUING development of engi- neered timber products such as cross laminated timber (CLT) is seeing increased interest in the possibilities for multi-level timber buildings. Timber going high-rise In 2013, the world's tallest timber building opened, the 10-storey Forte apartment building...
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Build-142-86-Productivity-Over-The-Horizon.pdf
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86 -- Build 142 -- June/July 2014 Departments/Productivity By Trevor Pringle, ANZIA, BRANZ Principal Writer WHAT WILL BUILDING be like in 10, 25 or 50 years' time? If the past is anything to go by, and if we don't start making changes now, it may not be that different. Much of our domestic building...
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Build-142-88-Legal-Not-Personally-Responsible.pdf
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88 -- Build 142 -- June/July 2014 Departments/Legal By Karen Shaw, Senior Associate, Harkness Henry, Hamilton Not personally responsible COULD A DIRECTOR of a building company be liable for information supplied to a territorial authority when the council was considering whether or not to issue a Code Compliance Certificate (CCC)? This was the...
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Build-142-92-Business-Matters-Accomodation-Changes.pdf
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92 -- Build 142 -- June/July 2014 Departments/Business matters By Mike Rudd, Director, Staples Rodway, Auckland Accommodation changes Inland Revenue has had its eye on employer paid-for accommodation for employees, leading to some confusion. Now the situation has been clarified with new rules that can be backdated, coming into force next year. THE NEED TO...
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Build-143-04-From-The-Editor-Open-To-Change.pdf
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4 -- Build 143 -- August/September 2014 From the Editor Annemarie Crampton Build Editor GET IN TOUCH WITH BUILD You are welcome to send the Editor a note at any time. Email BuildEditor@ branz.co.nz BRANZ's core purpose To improve people's lives through our research and our drive to inform, educate and motivate those who shape...
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Build-143-08-Opinion-Home-Truths.pdf
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Opinion 8 -- Build 143 -- August/September 2014 THERE'S NO MORE ENERGISING and challenging way to round off a financial year than to gather a group of built environment experts for spirited insight, discussion and debate. We did exactly this in June, holding the 2014 Sustainable Housing Summit over 2 days in Auckland...
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Build-143-24-Build-Right-Sill-Support-For-Windows.pdf
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24 -- Build 139 -- December 2013/January 2014 24 -- Build 143 -- August/September 2014 TWO CHALLENGES CREATED by large, double- glazed units installed beyond the face of the wall framing are: ? ensuring the weight of the window is carried down through supporting elements to the building structure ? providing support...
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Build-143-29-Build-Right-Fixing-It-Right-First-Time.pdf
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Build 139 -- December 2013/January 2014 -- 29 Build 143 -- August/September 2014 -- 29 BUILD RIGHT Fixing it right first time THERE ARE A MYRIAD OF FIXING TYPES AND FINISHES AVAILABLE. SELECTING THE RIGHT FIXING FOR THE LOCATION IS CRITICAL TO THE ONGOING PERFORMANCE AND DURABILITY OF THE BUILDING.BY TREVOR PRINGLE, ANZIA,...
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Build-143-49-Feature-Innovation-BIM-Foot-On-The-Pedal.pdf
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Build 143 -- August/September 2014 -- 49 Innovation FEATURE SECTION BIM uptake in New Zealand looks set to accelerate following initiatives by the Building and Construction Productivity Partnership's Construction Systems Workstream. These initiatives include developing the New Zealand BIM Handbook and BIM Schedule and setting up the BIM acceleration committee that is charged with...
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Build-143-53-Feature-Innovation-On-Good-Ground.pdf
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Build 143 -- August/September 2014 -- 53 ONE OF THE LASTING EFFECTS of the Canterbury earthquakes is the land damage. The major events, particularly the 22 February quake, caused tectonic subsid- ence and severe liquefaction in many parts of eastern and central Christchurch. The subsidence meant that the non-liquefying soil...
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