Our ambition is to build a better New Zealand which we do through the strength of the relationships we hold and develop. This is underpinned by our purpose and our four pillars: safety, delivery, relationships and thought leadership.
Our history in New Zealand began with the formation of the Public Works Department in 1870 and the New Zealand Post office in 1880. For over a century, we’ve been helping to shape New Zealand by successfully collaborating with asset owners to build, maintain and operate their assets with a whole-of-life approach.
We do this through the support of our highly capable, skilled and committed people and by engaging a network of trusted and long-term sub-contractors, suppliers and like-minded organisations and partners. Our 10,000 employees are looking after New Zealand from Kaitaia to Invercargill in more than 120 locations across the country.
Our work involves maintaining and renewing vital infrastructure assets that support our communities, addresses infrastructure needs, enables economic growth and extends beyond the physical assets to the wellbeing of our people and communities.
Developing long term relationship beyond contractual terms leveraging our capacity to build-operate-maintain model.
We're an experienced team who thrive on doing a great job, bringing thought-leadership and world-class thinking to our work and conversations.
We have a nationwide team of people right across NZ. They're capable, skilled and committed, supported by a network of trusted and long-term sub-contractors, suppliers and like-minded partners and organisations.
As the leading New Zealand engineering, infrastructure management and construction services provider, we aim to employ the best people and bring thought leadership to each stage of the asset lifecycle as we support our customers to plan, create and sustain.
We do this because we want to be a stronger voice for New Zealand.
We do this because great people make a great business.
We do this because we want to create value through partnering.
We do this because we want to spend time where it matters.
We do this because disrupting the status quo will allow us to adapt and thrive.