Press releases and media coverage

When it comes to buying your dream property, it pays to know the signs of structural damage.

While movement to the structure of houses is normal, homeowners should look for cracks in walls, as this is often an indication of foundation damage.

Innovative in-ground engineering and a New Zealand first, sums up the relevelling of some of Christchurch’s iconic buildings and vital infrastructure. Richard Silcock provides some insight into the technology and the projects where it has been successfully used.

Big engineering job, zero business impact. Ground strengthening and re-levelling on large retail precinct while business continued.

A technology for measuring the structural integrity of buildings in real-time has been introduced into Australia.

Ground engineering specialist Mainmark’s new structural monitoring technology has arrived in Australia.

A new structural monitoring technology has arrived in Australia and New Zealand, which will allow businesses to measure the unique ‘heartbeat’ of any above-ground structure.

Structural monitoring technology that can pinpoint structural damage and stability issues in real time in order to mitigate risk and enhance safety has been introduced to Australia and New Zealand by Mainmark.

Mainmark Chief Executive Officer Paul Hickman speaks about the series of events that led him to drive his vintage Bristol 403 across two continents for the women and children of Ulaanbaatar.

Mainmark re-levels and re-supports moving and sunken rails with minimal downtime in the Mining sector

Helping Heritage Stand Strong…Level Correction and Ground Strengthening Success in Kaiapoi

Grouting and Foundation Works (GFWAust) joins forces with Mainmark