“From the outset your team have displayed a sense of ownership of the project from the detailed design through to the completion of the construction. You willingly changed your construction programme to fit in with the Ministry’s requirement for a must open date of Term 1 of this year and have continued with subsequent construction stages within a very tight construction period. Your total team from architect, engineers and construction crews have displayed a sense of pride in the school…This team work has extended to working with the Establishment Board of Trustees and senior management in a positive way that has again been to the benefit of the school.”

Raymond Webb & Murray AitkenMinistry of Education (Remarkables Park School)

“Steve and his team were innovative and forthcoming with opportunities and alternative ways of achieving outcomes throughout the project and the final Project exceeded the client brief and was delivered on time.”

Brian WoodStiffe Hooker Ltd (Silverdale Shopping Centre)

“Our Project team enjoyed a congenial relationship with Naylor Love and we appreciated your advice, expertise and quality of work. You always listened to our needs and concerns and helped us to understand the concepts, when we weren’t sure of what was the best way forward, to attain the vision of the architects. You delivered what you promised – a project finished on time and to budget for which we are very grateful.”

Pamela HumbySt Johns Presbyterian Church

“The Naylor Love Management Team went out of their way to support and assist myself. I highly recommend this company, which provided professional (and also personal) support, to ensure the project had a very favourable outcome for all parties involved.”

Jenny GriggsTahatai Coast School

“Working with Naylor Love on the extensive demolishing and rebuild process went well!…We would not hesitate in working with Naylor Love in the future.”

Alison JamesTahatai Coast School

“Naylor Love have maintained a positive attitude and been flexible to the changes requested by the client, has gone out on a limb in regards to maintaining the project programme while leasing thresholds have been achieved. Naylor Love has staff with good experience in the complexities of retail construction and following completion of the first stage has continued to build on-programme and to the required quality, while recognising the fact that they are not working adjacent to an existing operating mall. Naylor Love has communicated well and has been open in solving issues in a non confrontational style and reactive manner.”

Kevin CoxGreenstone Group (Te AWA)

“…we at Tainui Group Holdings place in very high regard the hard work and commitment shown by Naylor-Love. Specifically, we recognize and very much appreciate
the level of “gold service” that Naylor Love provide . The Naylor Love and Tainui Group Holdings relationship remains strong and we look forward to more opportunities to work together in the future.”

Mike PohioTainui Group Holdings (Te AWA)

“The relationship between Naylor Love and The Warehouse has always been strong…We always had a very honest and trustworthy relationship – they were instrumental in site selection, estimating on projects, design, quantity surveying and then delivery through of the final product. There was never an unpleasant list of items to deal with at the end of a project – one of the beauties of working with Naylor Love is that problems were raised and dealt with on an ongoing basis.”

Stephen TindallThe Warehouse Ltd

“We trusted them from the beginning to do a great job and they never once let us down through the process, and we are delighted with the outcome in terms of cost, programme and quality, and the project journey was a pleasure.”

Alan McKinnonKiwi Income Property Trust (The Warehouse Sylvia Park)

“The members were impressed with the efforts Naylors, in particular the on-site staff, have made. This is a large project and we know many problems have been overcome to remain on what has always been acknowledged as a tight programme. The University also appreciated the excellent relations that have been maintained with the library staff under difficult conditions.”

R F MarkhamUniversity of Otago, Information Services Building