Building resilience into the Christchurch sewer system

The most costly disruptions always happen when something we take for granted stops working. Rebuilding Christchurch's sewers involves balancing the demands of time and money against future-proofing the system.

Resilience is not that easy to achieve, especially when pressure on the project is grossly compounded by post-event demands for return of service combined with severe capital constraints.

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