The Lyttelton Port of Christchurch is the major deep-water port in the South Island, is at the hub of trade and plays a vital role in the national transport network. Following extensive damage caused by the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes, the Lyttelton Port Company has embarked upon a significant programme of reinstatement and repair works.

The first tranche of work consists of the reconstruction of Cashin Quay 2 and the stabilisation and strengthening of the backlands behind this new structure. These works will allow the port to return to full capacity and fulfil its key role as an essential utility in the economic recovery and the future prosperity of Canterbury.

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

Lyttelton Port

Resolve Group has been assisting the Lyttelton Port Company with their rebuild programme since late 2012. Our involvement has focussed on:

  • The development of strategic procurement plans
  • The execution of physical works procurement including an Early Contractor Involvement Contract for the stabilisation works
  • Participation and assistance with Tender Management, Tender Evaluation and Contract Award including associated reports and contract documentation.