QRS will organise and lead meetings regarding the technical activities for your project. With your interests in mind, we go to work designing a solution and resolving any concerns that may arise. Here's a taste of some previous work - large and small.
Road users and customers can be rest assured that when they come into contact with QRS it's earned international recognition for its environmental, health and safety, and quality management procedures.
LIKE a Lego wall built with a giant mechanical hand, support for a drop-out on Mahia East Coast Road is taking shape and on track for completion by mid-February.
A joint effort to realign Nuhaka River has reopened land access and is helping prevent further environmental damage. Thanks to a collaborative effort between the Hawke's Bay Regional and Wairoa District councils, local iwi, Quality Roading and Services and subcontractor Pryde Contracting -- the river has been realigned to follow its original channel.
Sea, salt, wind and rain are constantly reshaping Whangawehi Harbour so this month Quality Roading and Services staff have been working tidal shifts as they repair parts of the narrow coastal road.
A bunch of “top men and women” working together to improve the roads around Mahia say their uniquely-collaborative approach provides a great model for the future.
Residents and forestry planting contractors are thrilled with Quality Roading and Services’s repair work to fix a half-metre slump that cut a path through Kinikini Rd eight days ago.
Wet feet are a thing of the past on the stunning Lake Kaitawa Fairy Springs track now that Quality Roading and Services (QRS) have rebuilt a portion of the walkway.
QRS has been helping apply a temporary repair to the Mahia East Coast Road near the Waitapatu Culvert where coastal erosion has dramatically undermined an old wooden crib wall causing it to fail and the section of road above it to drop into the sea
Locals would face more flooding, washouts and potholes on rural roads if it wasn’t for QRS maintaining 30km of unsealed roadside drainage every year.
Wairoa’s stunning hill top gateway has been reinforced now that a dropout to the side of Te Uhi Hill has been repaired by Quality Roading and Services.
It’s taken QRS six months to rebuild a portion of Waiau River bank after significant washouts compromised the riverbank near the old water intake on State Highway 38 in September last year.
When arguably the biggest pine in the district smashed onto Clifton and Lyall Road near Frasertown on 7 March 2018, QRS' Tony O’Sullivan knew it’d be a big clean up. The colossal tree was blocking the road, and atrocious belts of torrential rain weren’t helping. But as so often happens says Tony, QRS staff were impatient to respond.
With weeks of bad weather behind them and their first big event looming, the guardians of Wairoa's new Mountain Bike Park called for help in September 2018 from one of their staunchest supporters . . . Quality Roading and Services.
Camaraderie and common sense saw an estimated 1000 cubic meters of slip material with at least half covering the main Lake Waikaremoana road safely removed by Quality Roading and Services in July 2018.
A woman in labour was one of the last people across the old Waitahora Bridge on Friday 11 May 2018 adding to the drama as Quality Roading and Services completed a bridge replacement in just three days.
What a difference a day makes! When this slip closed Lake Rd near the summit on Tuesday 13 February 2018, our guys moved in on Wednesday and had the road open to a single lane by 1pm.
In 2017 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.
Between 5 April and 14 July 2017 the region was hit by three massive weather events: Cyclone Debbie, ex-tropical Cyclone Cook, and a July storm that besieged the start of the school holidays.
QRS is engaged in earthworks in preparation for development of the Wairoa Destination Playground.
QRS was very proud to be involved with the creation of the new visitor centre and living building Te Wharehou o Waikaremoana at Lake Waikaremoana.
QRS has helped make a small, but welcome difference, to a rest area south of Wairoa.
In 2017 QRS commissioned a state of the art digital radio communications network that allows it, and other users, to communicate throughout New Zealand using digital radio and repeater systems.
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