Last year QRS was contracted by the New Zealand Transport Agency to replace the single-lane Mangahohi Bridge and remove the existing bailey bridge structure over it as part of a road upgrade project.
Mike says the project wasn’t without its engineering and structural challenges, some cropping up mid-build, as well as a lot of work in and around water. But the dedication of the 10 QRS staff that worked on it, and teamwork with associated suppliers and contractors, meant the job was well done.
Staff were tickled pink when QRS hosted a BBQ at the site when it was finished, to say thanks.
“That’s what I mean about my job and this place. It’s great when staff are recognized for what they have done and the difference they’ve made.”
19 September 2018
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