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Dunajtschik: The shy man behind the nation's newest, biggest green building

Thursday 10 Apr 08 8:00am

Publicity-shy Mark Dunajtschik, an Austrian by birth, is now often considered the only individual in New Zealand who can cause a major new building to happen on the strength of a handshake

His current project is No. One Featherston Street, opposite Wellington's Railway Station, and he has advice for developers wanting to build energy efficient, sustainable buildings.

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