Since introducing cathodic protection to New Zealand in the late 1980s, we’ve developed a great reputation for undertaking feasibility studies and designing, installing, testing, commissioning and monitoring systems using a variety of anode and control approaches.
Together with our global associates we’ve been involved in more than 40 installations in New Zealand and Australia.
Auckland Downtown Ferry Building
The Downtown Ferry Building was originally built between 1909 and 1912 to house the ferry terminal operations for the Auckland harbour. In 1982 the building was given a classification 1 rating as a historical site and later, renovations were undertaken to improve the structure and to move the terminal operations to the new buildings on Piers 1 and 2.
Kaikorai Estuary Bridge, Dunedin
BBR Contech has recently installed a self-monitoring cathodic protection system on Dunedin’s Kaikoura Estuary Bridge – an important commuter link between the city and the coastal community of Brighton.
Thorndon Container Wharf and Dock Wharf, Wellington
BBR Contech has a long association with CentrePort Wellington – a pivotal port facility provider.