15-01-2020

SRS Group NZ Ltd – Expansion Announcement!

New Zealand’s leader in providing green facades and architectural rigging has expanded its capabilities. SRS Group NZ Ltd, has grown their operations to include a foliage division to provide ecologically sustainable gardens for built structures. Stuart Tyler a veteran of over 250 gardens on building projects in Australia and New Zealand (with FytogreenAust. Ltd) has joined SRS Group NZ Ltd.  SRS Group

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09-01-2020

5 Great Examples of wire infill balustrade design.

Wire infills use cables that offer a contemporary look that is view-friendly and maintenance free. SRS uses 316 grade stainless steel wires to create wire infills into interior and exterior balustrades to ensure longevity of the product. In today’s world we are always looking for new and exciting designs, with our eagerness to find something great we tend to forget

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01-01-2020

Harbour Hockey Centre

A new world class facility and home for Harbour Hockey and the Vantage Black Sticks will be built at Rosedale Park as part of the Northern Corridor Improvements project. The new venue will provide expanded and enhanced community facilities to support the growth of community users; and to promote and support participation in the sport of hockey throughout New Zealand.

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24-12-2019

10 knots to help you over summer!

With summer underway, we thought it would be helpful to share 10 great knots that can be used on and off the boat! Not only will you find these knots helping you out with daily hacks, they are important to know when it comes to boat safety. Knots are used to not only secure the boat to the dock but

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03-12-2019

St Albans Cable Trellis

Foliage walls come in all shapes and sizes!  Contracted to Contract Construction in Christchurch, SRS Group sent down our specialist riggers to install a Green Trellis system at St Albans retirement home.  To create this bespoke foliage wall, SRS used a cable diagrid system with stand-off fittings to attach the system to the exterior of the building.  A cable diagrid

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26-11-2019

Top 10 plants for growing foliage walls during summer

Foliage walls (or living walls) are fast becoming one of the most popular gardening trends both in residential and commercial situations. Not only do they bring obvious environmental benefits, but they can also be beautifully constructed and bring a harmonious feel to a space. With summer approaching we thought we’d explore some of the best plants that you can feature

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19-11-2019

Can you customise Stainless Steel Mesh Netting?

Photography. Architonic With stainless steel mesh being very diverse, both indoors and outdoors. Being used for balustrade in-fills, horizontal or vertical fall protection, dividers, façade cladding, green walls and versatile design elements, it is no wonder how the popularity of this product has skyrocketed. When an item or product becomes popular we fear that our design will not be original

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12-11-2019

7 Benefits of Stainless Steel

As specialists in fabrication, architectural rigging, cable manufacturing and more we’ve worked with a wide range of materials in residential, commercial and industrial projects. One of our most commonly used materials across all these contexts is stainless steel. Its many unique properties combined, make it an ideal solution for many applications and we thought we’d explore all the different benefits

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29-10-2019

Creating outside privacy through Foliage systems

Outside entertainment is a fundamental and enjoyable part of summer. When considering how to increase privacy, look for options that allow you to use plant, pergolas, awnings and freestanding walls to screen views and reduce noise. To help get you prepared we are going to touch on how green infrastructures can be used to create privacy and noise reduction.  Green screens

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15-10-2019

3 historic figures in fabrication.

Fabrication is an art form that has been around for thousands of years. Many see fabrication as an industrial skill and are unaware of the spatters, heat, chemicals, precision and delicacy needed when you are undertaking a weld.  The oldest archaeological evidence of metal fabrication was the discovery of a copper pendant in northern Iraq from 8,700 BCE, which tells

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