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We help clients plan, construct and maintain infrastructure, buildings and environments that are aligned to their strategic and customer needs. From advisory services and developing the business case, to managing the design, procurement and construction of multi-million dollar projects, we can assist with your capital works portfolio.

Our experience has taught us that carefully planned and managed projects yield the best results – in both the short and long term – for our clients and for New Zealand’s built environment. We believe that clients want local support combined with the expertise of our specialists, based in nationwide offices. This is why Frequency is a sector and service line structured organisation.

All projects are different and every client has different project goals, success factors, and stakeholders. We put in time and effort at the start so that we understand what you need, how you work, and what we have to do make the project a success for you.

A $100 million contract has been signed for Stage One of a project to transform the AMETI Eastern Busway between Panmure and Pakuranga. Along with the new Panmure rail station it will allow commuters to travel from Botany to Britomart in less than 40 minutes, cutting travel time by more than a third, AT said in a statement.

Frequency have been engaged since 2017 to develop and maintain programme control systems for the project including the overall programme and providing project reporting to the Project Control Group (PCG).

Stage one of the $1.4 billion project will consist of several major pieces of infrastructure, including the completion of the busway between Panmure and Botany, stations at Pakuranga and Botany, the Reeves Road flyover at Pakuranga Town Centre and better space for people walking or cycling. Parts of Lagoon Drive and Pakuranga Road will also be widened to create a dedicated, congestion-free busway, and the Panmure Roundabout will also be turned into a safer signalled intersection.

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