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EARTHQUAKE - ASSISTING CHRISTCHURCH
Arrow International has been an active member of the Christchurch community since the mid ‘80s, and as part of your community, we would like to offer our complete support and assistance for fellow business owners to establish business continuity as soon as possible.
To assist in this process, we have mobilised a dedicated local team to work alongside your assessors providing technical expertise in the following areas:
- Structural Assessment
- Remedial Assessment
- Quantity Surveying
- Programme and Risk Management
- Temporary accommodation sourcing and business relocation
- Remedial works coordination
If you would like to discuss your requirements, please contact one of the following individuals who have been tasked with coordinating Arrow’s support services.
- Tom Clisby - 029 229 4699
- Steven van der Pol - 029 432 4105
- Ian Smith - 029 235 7760
- Shaun Pont - 029 201 2042
- Christchurch Office - 03 366 5418
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