Examples of a job well done
We have lots of experience across many different industries - big jobs and small. Each job is unique; we plan and carry out traffic management solutions tailored for the specific requirements of each. We reckon the proof of our expertise is in our incident-free record. But here are a few examples of projects we’ve played a part in.Get in touch
Sky Special Children's Christmas Party
Men at work are happy to be involved in this special event again this year.
Golden Oldies Festival
Appreciate the extra effort Yonny, it’s been a great experience working with you and we’ll certainly recommend Men at Work as a great partner for events in the future.
VSL | Chief Executive
Christchurch Holi-Festival of Colours
Christchurch Holi-Festival of Colours had an amazing day celebrating the diversity of Christchurch and the amazing people that live there.
Amberley Lions Charity Golf Tournament
Proceeds this year are targeted for Amberley Youth, ANZAC Ceremony for Amberley RSA and an outside defibrillator box for the Amberley Golf Club.
The Great Country Egg-stravaganza
On Sunday 8th April the Tai Tapu Community put on an event to challenge the World Record for the Egg and Spoon Race to help raise funds for their new Community Centre.
Waimakariri Light Party
The Waimakariri Light Party is a fun family evening offering a non-scary alternative to traditional Halloween activities in a safe and positive environment.
For children and youth (aged 4 to 14 years old).
Leading safety through the Christchurch Earthquakes
We're very proud to have taken out the Safety Leadership Award at the 2015 Site Safe Health and Safety in Construction Awards.
Ohakea Air Force Tattoo February 2017
Ohakea Air Force Tattoo event was a highlight of February 2017. A celebration to celebrate its 80th Anniversary by showcasing its capability, personnel and skills with the Air Tattoo base Ohakea.
Cricket World Cup 2015
As hosts of the Cricket World Cup, the eyes of the world were on Christchurch in February 2015. A global audience of 2 billion watched the televised opening ceremony, and if they’d looked very closely, they would have seen the hundreds of orange cones and our staff hard at work in the background!