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Thanks to two leading NZ companies, we've just seen a big boost for better buildings...

Boost for better buildings thanks to leading New Zealand companies Share this page 30 January 2018 International architecture firm Warren and Mahoney and New Zealand’s top window and door supplier, Architectural Profiles Ltd (APL), have given a huge boost to all New Zealanders who want our buildings to be better. The two highly regarded companies have done that by becoming corporate sponsors of the New Zealand Green Building Council – the nation’s champions for better, healthier buildings. APL and Warren and Mahoney are joining Bayleys Real Estate and paint pioneers Resene as the primary corporate backers of New Zealand’s leading sustainable building organisation. John Coop, chair of Warren and Mahoney, said: “At Warren and Mahoney, our buildings are designed to perform. And there’s no way we can do that without putting sustainability, the health of building occupants, and...

Full article: https://www.nzgbc.org.nz/Story?Action=View&Story_id=274

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