The Naylor Love team came away from the NZIOB New Zealand Building Industry Awards with five highly commended awards, topping the field in three categories!
- Grant Molloy won the Site Safe & CHASNZ Safety Excellence Award for his safety initiatives at our Christchurch prison projects.
“It was clear to the judges that safety was a primary consideration in the planning and execution of the works for this project.”
- Tom Pyatt won a highly commended in the $1.5-$5m category for the LPC Woolstore at Te Ana Marina, working collaboratively with Fulton Hogan on a shared site to manage the many environmental hazards in the marine environment and managing the many challenges that older buildings bring.
- Kiel Maycroft won highly commended for NZIOB Charitable Trust $5-$8m Award for the Newtown School Main Classroom Block, topping this category. This was a challenging project in a high traffic area, with variable ground conditions, material supply delays and the live school environment among the curve balls.
“The judges considered Kiel instrumental in front-footing the issues that arose and that he employed sound processes to mitigate the delays and costs those issues caused.”
- Joel Andrews and Tom Pyatt both received highly commended in the BCITO Young Achiever Award.
The New Zealand Building Industry Awards acknowledge and celebrate the practitioners behind New Zealand’s most successful building projects.