We were excited to show Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern around our Manurewa High School site last week.
While we’ve been on site building a new classroom and library block and upgrading the pool pump room, we’ve also been working closely with the school community on a number of waste minimisation and community engagement initiatives, including:
- Collaborating with the students to build a greenhouse in the school vegetable garden
- Hosting guided tours through the site for staff, students and other interested groups, such as the National Association of Women in Construction
- Donating leftover building materials to the school
- Recycling an impressive 95% of building waste
In addition, we’ll be awarding Naylor Love Scholarships to senior students who are interested in a career in construction.
We’re currently ahead of schedule as we near the end of this very successful project.
Luke Luijten (Contracts Manager), Mick Lammers (Quantity Surveyor), Alex Hall (Contracts Manager), Gary Lucey (Projects and Interiors Manager), Jacinda Ardern (Prime Minister), George Lawton (Site Manager), Peter Jones (Manurewa High School Principal), Dean Charnley (Site Manager), Grayson Hauraki (Building Services Cadet), Paul Zimmerman (Services Engineer) and Lenie Buis (Project Administrator)