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    Progress at Auckland's Wynyard Quarter ahead of the 36th America's Cup in March

    Progress at Auckland's Wynyard Quarter ahead of the 36th America's Cup in March


    The Wynyard Edge Alliance is delivering the infrastructure for the event.

    Project director Kurt Grant says they're ahead or on time with the remaining projects - like Silo Park, and the Wynyard Basin superyacht pontoons.

    He says the infrastructure team adapted quickly to the changing Covid-19 Alert Levels - because they've done it before.

    Kurt Grant says appropriate adjustments were made when the region moved to Alert Level Three last month - and it hasn't affected the timing with any of their milestones.

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