SCIRT - The road to recovery

This video gives an overview of the unique alliancing model that was used for repairing Christchurch’s extensively damaged horizontal infrastructure. Central and local government agencies partnered with five delivery agents to collaboratively rebuild a resilient foundation to serve the community’s roading, water supply, waste and storm water needs.

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