Johnstone Construction start a new project.
Favorable conditions for this weeks site works
Precast panels unloaded and propped
Form work for the elevator pit has been completed at the Wentworth Community Centre
Johnstone Construction Site Engineer Shea Patten-Wise commented “The main effort for the previous two weeks has been the install of MID sign bases, drainage and preparation for kerbing installation.”
We are very excited to share that Flora Rivers is the winner of 2019’s Mitre 10 Trade Keynote Award
Shea Patten-Wise a very promising Young Engineer of the Year
Johnstone Construction Ltd receive Highly Commended ‘Gender Diverse Organisation of The Year’
Johnstone Construction Accounts and Administration Assistant ready for international cycling action
High-end residential build Oakley Ave
NPD Gore Demolition Works Well Underway
Company wide female representation from the site crew to the office to the boardroom
A Hive of Activity - Wentworth Community Centre
The HVAC ducting and electrical install works are complete and ready for commissioning.
All external civil work and second fix plumbing is complete on the site. Final Install for the Simulators is scheduled to start from mid May with the final building electrical fit out near finishing.
Johnstone Construction Contracts Engineer Shea Patten-Wise who has been overseeing the project says '“power is being livened early next week and the client is excited that the B737 Simulator is very close to being commissioned”.
The final touches are being undertaken at NPD Green Island.
The site team have recently finished the installation of fencing, vehicle crossing and fuel pumps along with the signage. Line marking and the final site clean are due to take place this week. Over 5000 man hours have been put into the project
Following on from NPD Green Island some of the Johnstone Construction crew are carrying on to Gore for the next South Island project - stay tuned.
Due to an expanding Commercial Team, Johnstone Construction have moved their head office to 703 Rosebank Road, Avondale, Auckland. Personnel changes have seen Quantity Surveyor James Dawson return to full-time studies and two Senior Quantity Surveyors, Grace Chin and Mayer Tong, along with part time Contract Administrator Snehil Gorasia, join the Commercial Team.
There have also been personnel changes with the Site Team. Johnstone Construction welcomed Site Engineer Steve Walker and Hammer hand Flora Rivers to the Site Teams. Tane Mason has moved into business ownership, establishing Temeihana Construction. Tane continues to be involved on Johnstone Construction projects.
The NPD Green Island project is coming into the final stages.