Auckland is now at Alert Level 3 step 2 (AL3.2) At this level you must:
# continue to wear a face covering at certain places
# keep 2 metres away from people who are not in your bubble
# scan in to keep track of where you go

The air and road boundaries between Auckland, Waikato and the rest of the New Zealand remain in place and there are no changes to the reasons for personal and business travel.

There will also be no change to the way Resolve Group works and the office in Auckland will remain closed.

Please remember, it is by following the AL3.2 rules and keeping yourself safe that we stay on track to eradicate Covid 19 and thereby return to an effective working environment – wear a mask, wash hands regularly, use the Covid 19 app and get the vaccine. The sooner we raise the vaccination levels, the sooner life can be more stable.

Thank you, everyone, for helping us get through this, kia kaha, kia maia, kia manawanui, Martin.

We are very pleased to announce that Tim Crow has joined our team as a consulting engineer. He comes to us from six and a half years at Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency. He says, “I feel extremely fortunate for the opportunities I’ve had at Waka Kotahi. In particular the positive impact on communities the projects I’ve been involved in has had.” Tim worked on the Kaikoura Earthquake Recovery, where literal mountains were moved to reconnect the community, to the Speed and Infrastructure Programme, where he is proud to say there are now 160 fewer deaths or serious injuries per year on our transport system, and that reduction is expected to grow. At Resolve he will continue to work with clients to achieve better outcomes for communities.

Please contact him if you want:
– an independent design review
– safety by design facilitator
– road safety auditing
– Project/Programme Management support

or just wish to discuss a challenge you may be facing.

See Tim’s bio.

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