Our sites are working under the Alert Level 3 measures for Covid-19 in the Greater Aucklandregion, and under Alert Level 2 measures around the rest of the country.
Our number one priority is still to protect the health and wellbeing of both our people and our wider community of clients, subcontractors and suppliers at this time. These are the measures we’ve put in place:
Naylor Love offices outside Auckland
Our offices are open. Some of our office-based staff may be working from home, so please check before you drop by and make an appointment – this will ensure that our teams can accommodate you.
Naylor Love sites outside Auckland
We’ve implemented the NZ Covid-19 Vertical and Horizontal Construction Protocols for Alert Level 2 on our sites around New Zealand. Physical distancing protocols mean that it’s not quite business as normal – we’ve communicated our expectations to our staff, subcontractors and suppliers.
We need to restrict non-essential visits to our sites at Alert Level 2, so please make an appointment with our Site Management teams if you’re planning to visit.
Naylor Love’s Auckland office
Our Auckland office is closed at Alert Level 3, and our office-based staff are working from home. We’re still contactable by mobile phone, email and the contact forms on this website.
Naylor Love sites in Auckland
We’ve implemented the Covid-19 Vertical and Horizontal Construction Protocols for Alert Level 3 on our sites in the Greater Auckland region. Physical distancing protocols restrict both the number of people on site and the type of work we can do at Alert Level 3. We’ve communicated our expectations to staff, subcontractors and suppliers.
Only personnel who need to work on site will be attending site under Alert Level 3, including subcontractor workers by arrangement with Naylor Love, Naylor Love Site Management and our Trade Team staff. Everyone else can only attend site by appointment. You can still contact our Site Management teams by mobile phone and email.
Have you noticed something we need to know about?
Please don’t hesitate to phone the contact number on the hazard board outside the site entrance if you notice something that you think we need to know about.