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NEWS


At Abseil Access we're keen to keep you up to speed with the latest developments, special events, milestones, and other key news across the group, the organization and the country.

If you want any further information on any of our news, projects or if you are keen for an exciting career with the dynamic and high performing Abseil Access team, reach out to one of the team members through our contacts page.



Abseil Access has supplied industry leading services including bridge design, bridge engineering & construction, Geotechnical slope stabilisation and rockfall protection, conservation, and rope access services across a multitude of sectors since 1992 completing thousands of projects across these service lines. We’ve provided a project examples page to showcase a handful of these successfully delivered, industry leading projects to highlight our range of capabilities, the breadth and flexibility of our services and we recommend you also check out some of these.

STORIES PAGE 1

October 27, 2021
NZ Transport - Bridge Building
It’s turning into a record year for Abseil Access with yet another bridge complete. AA managed all the design, consents and the build and completion of the Upukerora cycle/ walkway bridge in Fiordland. The 36-metre-long suspension bridge, which is part of the Te Anau Cycle Trail was completed in less than six months.
October 21, 2021
Bridge Award Nomination
Abseil Access is a finalist in the prestigious New Zealand Bridges awards. The awards held every three years acknowledge excellence and craft in bridge building. The Nile Bridge on the Kawatiri Coastal Track linking Westport to Charleston has been acknowledged for its aesthetics, innovation and economy in the Small Medium Structure Category.  
October 1, 2021
Abseil Access Bridge Build
After two years and two lockdowns AA finally solved a 15-year-old problem for the Tabubil mining village in Papua New Guinea.  A 110-metre long bridge designed and coordinated by Abseil Access was officially opened this month. The bridge links the village of Okma to Tabubil and allows for safe access between the two towns.
February 3, 2021
In 2020 we completed the 7th and final round of rockfall protection work on the Johnsonville line between tunnels 1&2 for Kiwirail.
February 3, 2021
NZTA, WSP, and Capital Journeys chose Abseil Access to undertake essential rockfall remediation works on SH1 through the Ngauranga gorge.
December 22, 2020
Stage 1 of the Kawatiri track is now open. It runs from Westport to Carters beach.