Our People are our business. Culham Engineering understands the significance of the NZ Governments Living Standard Frameworks and the Four Capitals that generate wellbeing for all New Zealanders. Our place in our community is important to us, and what we can give back to our people and our communities. Not just with employment and financial assistance to local clubs and charities, but with resources and skills that help progress our community and whanau to be a better place.
Culham Engineering is proud to support the Northland Rescue HelicopterVisit the website
RSA leader Archie Dixon described the creation of the new memorial and Cenotaph in Laurie Hall Carpark as a great example of community organisations and Whangarei District Council working together, and a fitting way to honor the people the district lost in wars at the unveiling in April 2015.
Culham Engineering was proud to supply and erect the flagpoles for this community project.
The Camera Obscura Sculpture Project is to build an 8m Weathering steel sculpture, within which is a Camera Obscura.
This interactive sculptural structure, looking at Whangarei’s award winning Te Matau ā Pohe Bascule Bridge, uses CCTV technology to connect to the world via the web. Entering the dramatic structure to arrive in a camera obscura room, the viewer experiences the Bridge and its environment in a new way. Camera Obscura (Latin for “dark room”) is an optical device that led to photography and the photographic camera.
Culham Engineering is proud to be a main sponsor for this project.
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The Rotorua Central Pride under 11 Rugby League Team ended up top of the table for the 2021 season.
“A big thank you to Culham Engineering who helped out with getting the logos printed on their jackets and suppling the black short which also have the Culham logo on also. The team really appreciated our contribution to helping the club make our boys/girls look smart this season.”
This year the students of Matata Public School walked onto the Netball court with pride.
“For a long time we have worn the same uniform that was very old and we didn’t always have the right sizes for each child. The joy on the kids’ faces was priceless when they all received their smart new uniform that fitted them perfectly.
They played like silver ferns and they certainly felt like them in their new uniforms! Even better both teams played so well they moved up grades during the season. The senior team winning their final game.
Thank you for making us feel amazing while we represent our school playing Netball.”