Brownlee takes hard-hitting rebuild report on the chin

Wed, 23 Apr 2014

April 24 (BusinessDesk) – An in-depth survey of senior leaders in the Christchurch rebuild indicates growing impatience and serious weaknesses in the way major projects are being procured and managed. The minister in charge of the post-earthquakes rebuild, Gerry Brownlee, released the hard-hitting survey of the city’s progress undertaken by the Council for Infrastructure Development, an industry lobby group. “There will always be a range of views on how to approach what are large and often complex challenges in the rebuild,” he said, but was...

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