2: The Certified Builders Association of New Zealand (now known as NZCB) has a unique new home in Tauranga designed by Phil Green of H G Rose Architecture. 

8: Re-roofing Hillary’s hut at Scott Base proved to be an interesting and worthwhile project for the team lead by Mike Burgess.
12: Vorstermans Architects recently won a New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) Wellington Architecture Award for the ‘Hillside House’.

16: Dalman Architect’s had numerous hurdles that complicated the project due to the Christchurch earthquake and changes in the seismic standards in the Building Code.

30: Alan Simpkin, Arcline Architecture, takes inspiration from the owner, Uwe Weiland, and his appreciation of the Waiheke Island’s boutique hotel, The Boatshed.

32: Sara Walker,SK Design, designs her own home and work environment using Gerard Corona Shakes as her preferred roofing profile.

34: Jason Higham, Higham Architecture, creates a unique “forever home” with long term appeal and Lifemark standards.


7: The Roofing Games, organised by Max Brough and Noel Sands have proven their value and been a success throughout the country

20: Stuart Hayman, technical adviser to MRM, unravels the Green Star, Homestar code and what it means to the metal roofing industry
25: Profile on Darrell Back, life member of the MRM