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Our speciality is civil contracting, construction, infrastructure and roading. We offer a great range of civil engineering skills, experience, and value and often work with, or for, other industry leaders as well as our own customers.
Here's a taste of some previous work.
Bridge repairs and reconstruction make up about two-thirds of Quality Roading and Service’s construction division work programme right now.
THINGS had been quiet at Wairoa's Riverside Motor Camp since Cyclone Gabrielle blew through, floodwaters bowling caravans and wrecking the surrounding grounds. But cleaned-up units meant that, three m...
The scale of work to remove flood-damaged Te Reinga Bridge near Wairoa this week is unlike anything else Quality Roading and Services and other contractors have ever worked on.
Quality Roading and Services and teams of specialised contractors are working to winch the remains of Te Reinga Bridge from out of the river near Ruakituri.
Earthworks and the reconstruction of some parts of Kotare Bridge No 1 abutments over Mangapoike River continue this week.
Quality Roading and Services staff continue to maintain Ohuka Rd ensuring it remains a resilient lifeline for Ruakituri residents who are cut off from Wairoa. “Once the bridge fully went out at Te R...
Preparations are underway to remove the broken Te Reinga Bridge by setting it down into the river and dragging it up and out of the water.
Quality Roading and Services staff and Currie Construction from Gisborne successfully replaced the collapsed Mōrere Culvert north of Nūhaka, on State Highway 2, last week.
We'll keep cleaning up affected areas and roads for as long as it takes. QRS: your people, your solution, you're sorted.
Maintaining road access and clearing silt and flood-damaged property in Wairoa are the priority activities for Quality Roading and Services (QRS) three weeks on from Cyclone Gabrielle.
Quality Roading and Services (QRS) has earned industry acclaim for an ingenious bridge repair that involved a dinghy and two second-hand swimming pools.
Tumanako Waiwai and seven Quality Roading and Services colleagues have been praised for their efforts to reopen State Highway 38 around Lake Waikaremoana earlier this month following an immense slip n...
A healthy dollop of Kiwi ingenuity from Quality Roading and Services and WSP engineers, helped ensure the Te Reinga Bridge was safe to open this week. Two empty swimming pools sitting on the bridge de...
Quality Roading and Services staff are working hard to repair and reopen roads today after ex-tropical Cyclone Fili smashed into the district yesterday.
Quality Roading and Services emergency response staff have been described as hard-working heroes after they worked around the clock last weekend to keep Wairoa open and moving.
QRS’s long reach mower operators Isa Robertson (pictured working on Tunanui Rd), Tim Winiana, James Wieczorek and Sean Hadcroft, are busy this month mowing unwanted roadside vegetation after a burst...
Fifty-five years ago Barker Bridge on Ruakituri Road was built by a very busy TJ Greig who’d successfully tended Wairoa County Council for the job. Despite the old-style machinery and difficult terr...
State Highway 2 will be closed at Tahaenui Bridge, near Nuhaka, from just before midnight on Saturday 15th May to 5am on Sunday 16th May 2021.
AS a young girl Davena Morunga can remember travelling over Tahaenui Bridge. Now, 35 years on, Davena is project supervisor on the Tahaenui Bridge widening project with Quality Roading and Services.
Road users and customers can be rest assured that when they come into contact with QRS it's earned international recognition for its environmental, health and safety, and quality management procedures...
LIKE a Lego wall built with a giant mechanical hand, support for a drop-out on Mahia East Coast Road is taking shape and on track for completion by mid-February.
A joint effort to realign Nuhaka River has reopened land access and is helping prevent further environmental damage. Thanks to a collaborative effort between the Hawke's Bay Regional and Wairoa Dis...
Sea, salt, wind and rain are constantly reshaping Whangawehi Harbour so this month Quality Roading and Services staff have been working tidal shifts as they repair parts of the narrow coastal road.
A bunch of “top men and women” working together to improve the roads around Mahia say their uniquely-collaborative approach provides a great model for the future.
Residents and forestry planting contractors are thrilled with Quality Roading and Services’s repair work to fix a half-metre slump that cut a path through Kinikini Rd eight days ago.
Wet feet are a thing of the past on the stunning Lake Kaitawa Fairy Springs track now that Quality Roading and Services (QRS) have rebuilt a portion of the walkway.
QRS has been helping apply a temporary repair to the Mahia East Coast Road near the Waitapatu Culvert where coastal erosion has dramatically undermined an old wooden crib wall causing it to fail and t...
Locals would face more flooding, washouts and potholes on rural roads if it wasn’t for QRS maintaining 30km of unsealed roadside drainage every year.
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