Tonkin + Taylor is New Zealand’s leading Environmental and Engineering Consultancy with over 40 years' experience specialising in environmental, civil, structural, geotechnical and water resource engineering. These skills have been combined to develop a strong expertise in all facets of coastal and marine engineering, planning and science.
We offer a comprehensive range of coastal services from strategic planning and field investigations to the design and construction supervision of coastal and maritime works. We also specialise in consent issues, assessment of environmental effects and developing sustainable and useful monitoring programmes.
Projects are taken to timely completion by our team of highly qualified engineers, planners and scientists using their expert knowledge and state-of-the-art tools to ensure an appropriate multi-disciplinary approach to coastal engineering and planning issues.
Value engineering + innovation
T+T is focused on client delivery, science-led innovation and sustainable solutions. We apply our expertise to provide value engineering – saving programme time and money – across all of our client projects. Please ask us to provide you with recent examples.
Ownership of T+T
Tonkin + Taylor is proudly 100% employee owned. This means our professional and ethical team has a financial interest in delivering the very best solutions.
T+T is frequently chosen to collaborate and partner with other consultancies to deliver enterprise contracts for the public and private sector right across the Asia-Pacific region.
- Coastal enhancement and protection
- Ports and harbours
- Coastal planning
- Biodiversity offset mitigation and marine ecology
- Coastal geomorphology
- Coastal hazards and risk assessment
- Disaster risk reduction and climate change adaption
- Coastal monitoring
- Numerical modelling
- Coastal processes
- Marine ecology
- Climate resilience and infrastructure
- Early warning systems
- Waitangi Wharf upgrade
- Manase beach replenishment
- Onehunga foreshore restoration
- Tsunami Evacuation Planning, Tauranga, New Zealand
- Tauranga Harbour Link Stage II
- Torpedo beach enhancement
- Orakei Marina
- Oriental Bay foreshore development
- Breakwater Pitcairn Island
Richard Reinen-Hamill - Sector Director Natural Hazards Resilience
Dr Tom Shand - Senior Coastal Engineer
Bapon Fakruddin - Resilience and climate change specialist
Grant Pearce - Senior Coastal Structures Engineer