Dawn Blessing for Drury Workspace

The Drury team and mana whenua have acknowledged the completion of the new Drury admin offices and lab. Stevenson staff along with representatives from Ngāti Tamaoho held a dawn blessing on site.

Drury Quarry Tour Part Of Local School Education Programme

At the end of April, Drury quarry hosted a group of year 7 and 8 students from the Ruru class at Ramamara School. The students enjoyed an interesting and entertaining educational tour which is part of our local schools education programme.

Great to meet our local community!

Thank you to all the neighbours, elected members, future residents and community groups who joined us at our information sessions held recently. We had a great time welcoming you all, and your valuable feedback and insights will help us as we plan the future of the quarry.

Aggregate Supplier Proposes New Quarry Pit in Drury, South of Auckland

Stevenson Aggregates is asking locals to have their say on a new pit at its Drury quarry at consultation sessions in Ramarama this month.

Stevenson, which owns and operates the quarry in Drury, south of Auckland, also owns an appropriately zoned plot of land right next to the pit, where a new pit could go.

The current pit is near the end of its 100-year lifespan. For Auckland to maintain the supply of aggregate it needs to keep growing, it needs a new pit, general manager of Stevenson Aggregate, Kurt Hine said.

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