Last November the highway on the coast of New Zealand was buried after an earthquake, by the side of a mountain. This spring, a landslide buried a highway in California by Big Sur. Wouldn’t it make sense for the constrcution company in New Zealand to come to California after they finish there?

1000 men and women working to repair the quake-damaged highway and rail route along the Kaikoura coast.

Massive slips, triggered by last November’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake, dumped more than 700,000 cubic metres of material – rock, soil and shingle – much of it onto State Highway 1.

Bridges are being built, debris cleared, and whole sections of SH1 and the rail line realigned.

Thanks Mark! 

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