CERA’s horizontal infrastructure programme: An introductory overview

Greater Christchurch’s horizontal infrastructure (freshwater, stormwater and wastewater pipes, and roading assets) suffered significant damage after the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. This document provides an overview of the horizontal infrastructure rebuild in Christchurch and the role of CERA therein.

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