Taylors Contributes to Community Safety and Weather Resilience

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We’re very proud to be contributing to community safety and weather resilience through our work on Te Awa Kairangi (formerly known as RiverLink).

As a result of the work being undertaken the stop bank is being widened and its height increased. When combined with other Te Awa Kairangi programme projects, such as widening the river, protection will rise from withstanding a one-in-65-year flood event to withstanding a one-in-440-year flood event.

It was fantastic to see this coverage featuring our team on 1News.
https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/04/26/councils-hope-budget-will-answer-flood-defence-funding-call

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To find out more about the work that Taylors Contracting does or to connect with anyone featured in our news items please contact us.