Latest news from Fraser Thomas Ltd

In this contribution first published in the NZ Property Investor Magazine, Director Mason Reed explains that developers of coastal properties are advised to engage suitably qualified expertise from the outset....

The team at Fraser Thomas has been busy this year, you can read about what some of the team has been up to here...

Liquefaction is a geotechnical phenomenon that basically results in the densification of loose sandy soils, when subject to sufficient earthquake shaking....

We are delighted for our client, Harrison Lane, who recently won two prestigious awards at the 2019 Registered Master Builders House of the Year Awards.The property at 779 North Road won the Gold Standard and Sustainable Home Awards (Auckland).Fraser Thomas undertook site specific geotechnical investigation,...

Developing a section for infill housing is a complex but rewarding process, writes Mason Reed, Fraser Thomas' Geotechnical Director and Christchurch Manager, in this month's NZ Property Investor Magazine....

There's a big difference between minor cladding cracks and a serious foundational issue - Fraser Thomas' Geotechnical Director, Mason Reed, explains how engineers uncover the true source of damage in July's issue of NZ Property Magazine....

Our Fraser Thomas Christchurch team has been involved in surveying damage to residential buildings following the Canterbury earthquakes.  We recently submitted some editorial, which has been published in the latest Metropol magazine.Click here for full editorial...

We are delighted to announce that Structural Engineer Kane Miller has been appointed an Associate at Fraser Thomas Ltd.Kane is a Chartered Professional Engineer, leading the structural team and working from our Christchurch office.  Previously he has worked in both design consultancy and construction on structural design and...