the extreme example of this is the ocoee whitewater center where water must bypass a 96-meter drop in a dam, tunnel, and penstock, in order to water the 9-meter drop of the whitewater course. most artificial whitewater courses cover their operating costs by charging passengers for guided raft rides. canoe and kayak slalom training and .
the cost of the depot including land, construction and facility equipment was approximately nz$100 million. the facility includes 6 kilometres of sidings and a 7,650 square metre depot building consisting of office facilities and the main workshop where servicing of the 57 electric trains takes place. the workshop has seven maintenance berths .
the sky tower is a telecommunications and observation tower in auckland, new zealand.located at the corner of victoria and federal streets within the city's cbd, it is 328 metres 1,076 ft tall, as measured from ground level to the top of the mast, making it the tallest freestanding structure in the southern hemisphere and the 25th tallest tower in the world.
below lists the most expensive buildings in the world, which cost the most money to construct.as of 2019 the most expensive building is the masjid al haram mosque in saudi arabia.. note: a building is briefly defined as a structure with a roof and walls, standing more or less permanently in one place, such as a house or factory.airports are excluded as their construction cost includes .
before submetering, many landlords either included the utility cost in the bulk price of the rent or lease, or divided the utility usage among the tenants in some way such as equally, by square footage via allocation methods often called rubs ratio utility billing system or some other means. without a meter to measure individual usage, there .
the protector-class offshore patrol vessel also known as the otago class is a ship class of two offshore patrol vessel opvs operated by the royal new zealand navy rnzn since 2010. the ships are named hmnzs otago and hmnzs wellington.three similar vessels built to the same vard 7 85m design were built by colombo dockyard for the sri lanka coast guard.
at the beginning of the twentieth century, new zealand railways nzr awarded a £20,850-pound contract to john mcgregor and company shipbuilders of dunedin to build a steamship for lake wakatipu at their otago foundry and engineering works. the earnslaw was designed by naval architect hugh mcrae and was based on a siemens-martin steel hull design and using kauri for the decking.
photovoltaic prices have fallen from $76.67 per watt in 1977 to nearly $0.102 per watt in october 2019, for multi crystalline silicon solar cells and module price to $0.21 per watt. this is seen as evidence supporting swanson's law, which states that solar cell prices fall 20% for every doubling of cumulative shipments.
countdown is a new zealand full-service supermarket chain and subsidiary of woolworths nz, itself a subsidiary of australia's woolworths limited. countdown stores are normally larger than the average new zealand supermarket. the first countdown store opened in 1981 and the chain has expanded to 180 stores as of 2018.
the alexander dennis enviro500 previously known as the transbus enviro500 is a three-axle double-decker bus built by alexander dennis formerly by transbus in the united kingdom. it was unveiled in 2002 and is one of the enviro-series bus models made by transbus/alexander dennis.
the tss earnslaw is a 1912 edwardian vintage twin screw steamer plying the waters of lake wakatipu in new zealand. it is one of the oldest tourist attractions in central otago, and the only remaining commercial passenger-carrying coal-fired steamship in the southern hemisphere.
this is a list of countries and dependent territories ranked by population density, measured by the number of human inhabitants per square kilometer, and also sortable by total area and by population.. the list includes sovereign states and self-governing dependent territories based upon the iso standard iso 3166-1.the list also includes but does not rank unrecognized but de facto independent .
square kilometre international spelling as used by the international bureau of weights and measures or square kilometer american spelling , symbol km 2, is a multiple of the square metre, the si unit of area or surface area.. 1 km 2 is equal to: . 1,000,000 square metres m 2 ; 100 hectares ha ; it is also approximately equal to: examples of areas of 1 square kilometre
this list of most expensive streets or neighborhoods by city shows which areas have the highest rental costs or property values in each country. contents 1 residential streets in africa