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Half a tonne of books (47 boxes) were sourced by Lorraine Antonovich of Fraser Thomas Ltd (FTL) for shipping to desperately under-stocked school libraries in Papua New Guinea (PNG).After a recent visit to PNG, Lorraine was moved by the lack of resources available to children...

Fraser Thomas has been extensively involved in the design and/or development of multiple sportsfield upgrades within the Auckland region, with Opaheke Sportsfield and Crum Park being two of our most recent projects for Auckland Council.Recently, Fraser Thomas has been sub-contracted by the New Zealand Sports...

Download our Complete Guide to Subdivision and Land DevelopmentFraser Thomas Ltd has over 40 years experience in the field of Subdivision and Land Development in the greater Auckland area. Subdividing or developing land normally involves inputs from many different professionals such as:Surveyors Civil Engineers Geotechnical...

Over the Christmas and New Year holiday period, you will have been relaxing and enjoying the company of your family and friends.  During this time you may have contemplated what the New Year will bring.Have you considered whether you may be able to subdivide your property...

The Christchurch branch office of Fraser Thomas Ltd has been in operation since February 2013 (although Fraser Thomas have been providing significant engineering consultancy services in Christchurch since September 2010).The Christchurch branch office is managed by Mr Mason Reed.  Mason is a CPEng Geotechnical Engineer...

A recent feature in the New Zealand Herald (Samoan fale rises in heart of Mangere Town Centre), Fraser Thomas has been involved with this spectacular new build project since September 2013, providing comprehensive survey, civil and geotechnical engineering services for the Samoan Government.  This extensive development includes a new...

UPDATE: Ice Cream effort verified by Guinness World Records. March 2015A world record attempt took surveying to new lengths at a family event where the community joined forces to topple a world record by creating a 600 metre ice cream sundae. The Manurewa Local Board called on the...