The UC Quake Centre is proud to partner with –
Harrison Grierson is committed to a partnership with the UC Quake Centre to help improve community resilience in Christchurch and throughout New Zealand following the devastation of the Canterbury Earthquakes.
Harrison Grierson is widely regarded as one of the country’s leading engineering advisory and design consultancies, operating throughout Australasia and the Pacific from regional bases in New Zealand.
Their professional expertise spans a multitude of disciplines from infrastructure and water to land development and transport.
Originally founded by Auckland architect John William Harrison in 1885, and partnered by surveyor Charles Kirkpatrick Grierson from 1912, the company has a proud history of passionately delivering engineering excellence through inspired, creative solutions, for over 130 years.
“We find the passion for our work in the rich history of our company, the legacy of the pioneering spirit of the company’s founders and the dedication and hard work of our team members and leaders.”
Harrison Grierson’s ‘all about teamwork’ ethos is strong. They have an award-winning team of talented individuals, recognised as some of the best in the business.
Experienced planners, urban designers, land surveyors and engineers work collaboratively to ‘ensure every project reaches its true potential’ and actively explore ‘measurable ways to enhance the natural, social and built environments.’
They believe, “problems are there to be solved, and when we work together, we can solve just about anything.”
Harrison Grierson is proud to partner with the UC Quake Centre, helping to lay the foundations for growth and for future-focused outcomes in the Canterbury rebuild.