22 July 2015
Kwanto had the opportunity to be involved in a new bach build down in the Coromandel, the Town Hall project has successfully completed under budget and on time despite the challenges and the team are not letting the cold stop them from a bit of winter fitness.
17 March 2015
This issue of Kwik Update highlights a community project Kwanto was involved in, the latest green thinking event hosted by NZGBC and a spotlight on a recent project in Sandringham.
08 December 2014
It is nearly Christmas and the team at Kwanto have already kicked off celebrations with clients in Auckland. We’d like to thank the great people we work with and hope 2015 brings prosperity to all.
11 November 2014
Check out Kwanto’s article featured in the latest issue of Auckland Today. As a result of the ongoing success of Te Mirumiru, Kwanto had the opportunity to discuss our involvement in this unique environmental project.
18 September 2014
The team at Kwanto congratulate Phil Smith, architect, on winning a World Green Building Council award for ‘Te Mirumiru’ in Kawakawa.
06 August 2014
We are highlighting a project we have been involved in during the design phase. James attended a summit in June and has some interesting facts to share with us and we have new faces to welcome to our team.
31 March 2014
This Kwik Update will cover some points about the risk policy holders are taking by not responding to new estimated house values. Maria completed the Eco Smart business programme last year and Kwanto is going green. We have also had a few changes in the team.
04 October 2013
What will it cost to rebuild? This is the question on many homeowners minds when it is time to renew their house insurance. As experts in residential remedial estimation, Kwanto has recently been in the media to help find the answers.
30 July 2013
Recent changes to home insurance regulations has raised the question "How do I arrive at the Sum Insured for my home?" This Kwik Update explains some of the benefits of using a QS and gives you a snapshot of other news from the team at Kwanto.
26 June 2013
Renewing your home insurance policy or buying a new policy now requires a fixed dollar value for the cost to rebuild, commonly referred to as the Sum Insured. This change to insurance regulations for residential property has raised many questions from homeowners across New Zealand. The central issue is clear. “How do I arrive at the Sum Insured for my home?”