Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Engineering research takes us deeper into the understanding of how things work and enables us to develop new technologies. Our department has a number of research areas undertaking numerous projects. You can read more about our research development in the following areas.
Centre for Infrastructure Research
The Centre brings together a range of disciplines including engineering, planning and economics.
Our vision is to be a world leader in construction management research.
We have long established links with the geotechnical engineering profession in New Zealand and work collaboratively with geotechnical groups including those in the United States of America, Japan and Europe.
We strive to implement multidisciplinary research to study how water forms and changes the environment.
Focusing on the development of improved structural systems.
Transportation Research Centre
Our reputation for research excellence enables us to secure major funding from central government and industry sponsors.
Our expertise spans most aspects of water and environmental engineering.
Centre for Disaster Resilience, Recovery and Reconstruction
Dedicated to finding solutions for better disaster resilience, recovery and reconstruction.
Advanced Computing and Virtual Technologies in Construction (ACVTC) Research Group
Our purpose is to develop advanced computing and virtual technologies to solve engineering and construction problems in capital projects.