CFG Heritage Ltd has operated and overseen many developmental projects. These projects have been conducted alongside a range of stakeholders, and produced a broad variety of archaeological information.

Long Bay Entrance

Auckland Council have constructed an access road into Long Bay Regional Park from the Long Bay development across the Vaughan Flat, just north of the Heritage Protection Zone (HPZ). The HPZ is a highly significant archaeological landscape containing evidence of pre-European Māori occupation, 19th century settler / farmer occupation and World War II defences.

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Long Bay Restaurant

Auckland Council proposed the refurbishment of Long Bay Restaurant at Long Bay Regional Park. Following extensive consultation with mana whenua and HNZPT, it was agreed that the entire footprint of the development would be cleared archaeologically to provide assurance that no further kōiwi would remain within the project area.

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Tomoana Pā, Whangamatā

Tomoana Pā (T12/1) is one of the first sites recorded in the Whangamatā area by Roger Green and is a prime example of an extensive defended hilltop pā. Its current extent is around 11,450 m² and it is approximately 270 m in length (north–south) along a ridge, and at least 50 m wide. Two terraces were investigated in March 2020.

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Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Tai GI2TD

Excavation of a thick midden deposit at the edge of Pukaki Creek in Ōrākei in the Waitematā Harbour undertaken prior to bulk construction works for the build of a cycle and walking path.

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The Carrington Residential Development is a large-scale development project which will create at least 4000 housing units within the Wairaka Precinct on land situated between Carrington Road and Te Auaunga / Oakley Creek.

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The Waikato Expressway is a four-lane highway from the top of the Bombay Hills to just south of Cambridge. It was built by the NZTA, the Cambridge and Tamahere sections are the two southernmost sections of the Expressway.

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Te Tiki o te Ihingarangi

Te Tiki o Te Ihingārangi was the home of Te Ihingārangi, tūpuna of Ngāti Koroki Kahukura, who moved to the area from the Te Rohe Pōtae / the King Country after a disagreement with his stepbrother Maniapoto around AD 1600.

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Auckland International Airport

Excavation of an extensive occupation and midden site on the Manukau harbour is being conducted prior to earthworks associated with the Auckland International Airport Northern Runway development. Analyses of the midden and artefacts recovered are complete.

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Wellington Inner City Bypass

This large historic archaeological project in inner Wellington was carried out by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust in 2005; Warren Gumbley was excavation director, and Louise Furey managed the project on behalf of HPT.

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