Author: Emma

12-02-2019

How do green walls work and why you should invest...

  Whether a living wall is placed internally or externally it starts to produce a positive impact on its environment. At SRS we are advocates for business to consider installing a green wall or foliage system into their work place. Living walls are often not talked about in the way they should be. A lot of people get caught up

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05-02-2019

SRS Group Project Updates

SRS Groups Month      Offering both Rigging and fabrication services can be require patience and perseverance however, SRS Group has a hard working team who always get the job done. We want to share with you what SRS Group has been busy with and will be keeping us busy over the next month. Franklin Road Catenary Lighting System Featured above

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30-01-2019

Swaging Verse Crimping

Our knowledge shared with you We had the opportunity to sit down with SRS Group's operational manager Mike and ask him a few questions on swaging and the beneficial options swaging can produce verse crimping. What is the difference between swaging and crimping? Well, they are similar things but the big difference is that crimping involves the wire or cable

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21-01-2019

In-house Rigging Services

SRS Group benefitted in multi-ways when we invested in our re-location. One of our major benefits was being able to open a designated area for our rigging department. SRS Group has over 25 years of rigging experience within the marine and architectural sectors. By designating a customised area for rigging it allows us to deliver a wide range of rigging

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21-11-2018

Sneak Peak

Customer service is a huge focus at SRS. We have started creating a show room for our customers to come in and view the products they may be considering installing into their homes or commercial projects. In New Zealand there is a large range of products out there for balustrades however, at SRS we pride ourselves on our super-yacht quality

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06-11-2018

Top 3 Backyard Hacks

The warmer weather is on its way in, and there is nothing better than lounging outdoors amongst friends and family.  Good planning is the key to ensuring you maximize the most out of your backyard area. It can be over whelming trying to tackle the backyard in order to get it ready for summer, so we are going to share

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19-10-2018

Re-shaping environments through Dividers and Partitions.

Partitions and dividers are a non-invasive way to help outline areas or simply to make an area more visually appealing. When people think of partitions and dividers they generally only think of them being used internally in a corporate setting however, partitions and dividers can be used both internally and externally for commercial and residential use. On the exterior of

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01-10-2018

The vital role material choice plays within your balustrade, handrail...

When it comes to balustrades it can be hard to decide what material is right for your project. One of our favourite aspects of our jobs is being able to work alongside our customers and flesh out all of the particulars involved. Every detail in a job needs to be thought out to successfully create the clients design. One important

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23-08-2018

The Growing Strength Of Green Architecture

Like all revolutionary ideas with roots, they grow exponentially. As is the case with green buildings. Beyond walls and alcoves, a trend is growing around the world to add foliage such as small plants, shrubs, and even trees, to the exterior surfaces of a towering building, along with innovative use made of high rise rooftops. Green buildings deliver the same benefits

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06-08-2018

Tiramarama Way Auckland CBD

(Photo Credit: Rachel Alexander) In July Tiramarama Way was opened in the heart of Auckland, designed by Wraight Associates in collaboration with Lisa Reihana. The lane is an interpretation of Waitemata Harbour and its past time use as a Mahinga Kai! We are proud to say that our team of riggers installed the tension cables, which has been tension to

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29-07-2018

Tirohanga Whanui Project

Watercare and NZ Transport Agency have joined together to create a new walking and cycling bridge connecting Spencer Road to Albany over the Northern Motorway (SH1). This new design has sought inspiration from the valleys, waterways and ridges within the local areas of Pinehill and the East Coast Bays. This architecturally designed bridge is 106ms in length with Culham Engineering

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18-07-2018

Rope Architectural Design

Traditionally rope has been used to pull, tie, tug, lift, carry and to secured items. When you think about the endless options of knots you can create, it’s no surprise to see that rope has been utilised in many other ways. Rope has transformed into much more than its simplistic use – It is forever growing as a favoured material

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