Naylor Love Construction works with the old as well as the new, redeveloping heritage buildings with tremendous sensitivity. We’ve worked on a large number of significant Category 1 and 2 listed buildings throughout New Zealand, ensuring they are strengthened, refurbished and ready for many more decades of service.

An important part of our success with heritage buildings is our ability to foster collaborative relationships with local communities, iwi and the Historic Places Trust to overcome the array of heritage, cultural and archaeological issues.

A successful heritage project always demands a huge commitment from the entire team, requiring creative solutions to problems that nobody could have anticipated. We never shy away from a challenge, and we work with trusted subcontractors who share our collaborative, can-do approach.

Whether you need to retain a façade or rejuvenate an entire building, you won’t find a more experienced, dedicated construction partner in New Zealand;

Contact us to find out more about upgrading your heritage building.

Take a look at some of our other specialist construction services:
Design & Build | Pre-Construction | Interiors/Fitouts | Small Works | Seismic Strengthening | Environmental Management

Some or our completed Heritage Refurbishment projects:

Aquinas College, University of Otago

Christ’s College Earthquake Repairs

Hutt City Council Administration Building

Wellington East Girls’ College Main Building

Museum of Wellington City and Sea

Anzac Lawn and Cenotaph, Lower Hutt

Rangiora Town Hall Refurbishment

Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch

Vodafone on the Quay, Wellington

Harrison Grierson Office Fitout

Spruce Goose Café, Wellington

312 Lambton Quay, Wellington

Speight's Brewery Dunedin, exterior

Speight’s Brewery, Dunedin

HD Skinner Annex, Otago Museum

New Regent Street

New Regent Street, Christchurch

Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament

Q Theatre, Queen Street, Auckland