QRS will organise and lead meetings regarding the technical activities for your project. With your interests in mind, we go to work designing the perfect solution and resolve any concerns that may arise. Here's a taste of some previous work - large and small.
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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