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Infrastructure, Civil Engineering and Precast Concrete Expertise

We've been working on some great projects. Designing and installing large precast concrete components, conducting low-impact screw piling foundation for civil construction, and offering large crane and plant hire. Here are a few examples:


PanPac Outfall 2 km Extension and Difffuser

Lattey was proud to participate in this colossal project aiming to resolve a sensitive environmental issue in a durable and sustainable way

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Heinz-Watties - Seismic Strengthening

Innovative solutions were provided for a challenging seismic strengthening project, with screw piles installed under an existing concrete structure

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Lattey Precast - Levin Plant

Investing in the future was the driving force behind a project that doubled capacity, reduced clients' costs and provided more jobs to the Levin area

Solid Foundations Since 1946

Lattey have been helping to build infrastructural, capital and community assets for almost 70 years.

Hawke’s Bay Asphalts Ltd was founded in 1946. Just over a decade later, the concrete manufacturing component of this company was established as P.B. Lattey Ltd. 


During the following decade, Lattey have built many of Hawkes Bay's bridges, helping to connect communities and enable economic development.


Today our business is as much about smart thinking as it is heavy lifting. In 2018 we finalised plans to double our capacity by building a new 4,500 square metre precast plant in Levin, allowing us easier access to the booming Wellington construction market and thereby reducing cost for clients.


Our ability to find quicker and more efficient ways of working has seen Lattey become the infrastructure contractor of choice for many important local government and private construction projects throughout New Zealand.

The Latest at Lattey



End-to-end bridge build

Lattey aligned with QRS, designed and built a temporary bridge at Te Reinga,  incorporating a Bailey bridge constructed by Downer. 



Raising the roof

This project was big. Each roof section measured 8 metres wide by 61 metres long and weighed around 20 tons. What could possibly go wrong?



But wait, there's more!

Lattey precast division extends its product range - providing some very handy time and cost saving benefits for regional projects.

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