The former boss of a concrete cutting company has told the royal commission that his men drilled up to 200 fist-sized holes into various parts of the CTV building in the late 1990s.
An American engineer is confident in the findings of the Christchurch based engineer who assessed and ticked of the CTV building just months before it collapsed.
Nature called and the portable toilets answered.
A CTV building inspector says he is living with the consequences and relives the inspection over and over in his mind.
The Christchurch City Council should consider selling some of its assets because of the unexpected multimillion-dollar bill for Port Hills land, the business community says.
The engineer employed to assess the structural integrity of the CTV building in Christchurch, will give evidence at the royal commission today.
Canterbury Museum is open again just in time for the school holidays, after being closed for engineering assessment since April.
Cera wants the Christchurch City Council to give $100 million to help pay for red-zone properties on the Port Hills.
An emotional John Drew says he felt a "huge sense of responsibility" after 115 people died in the Canterbury Television collapse.
Canterbury Television building tenants incorrectly believed engineers had inspected the building after the Boxing Day 2010 earthquake, an inquiry has heard.
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