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Health construction

Construction of new facilities or altering existing premises within the Health sector requires a precise and focused approach – right from the first meeting. Involving Trigg early means that our wealth of knowledge, expertise, and understanding with health sector projects is available to you from the outset, allowing us to identify and mitigate any potential risks early on – saving both time and money.


Our experience will ensure you achieve a result which meets all of your specific requirements, is fit for purpose, and offers outstanding longevity. We have highly streamlined processes in place which allow us to be responsive to the project’s requirements while staying true to your original vision.


Trigg understands the specialised building processes involved in health construction projects and our team are committed to delivering your project on time and on budget. We also appreciate the need to work in a manner that does not interrupt or inconvenience the day-to-day running of your health facility.

Fly the Flag – 10 November 2021

10 September is World Suicide Prevention Day. It’s an opportunity for people in New Zealand and worldwide to raise awareness of suicide and suicide prevention. MATES in Construction has moved its annual Fly the Flag campaign to get behind suicide prevention from 10 September to 10 November due to the recent lockdown that continues to affect our mates in Auckland.  


Young Kiwi men in the construction sector are taking their lives at an alarming rate. A 2019 BRANZ report on Suicide in the NZ Construction Industry Workforce found that of 685 people who died by suicide in New Zealand in the year to June 2019, 6.9% or 47 of those worked in the construction sector. It's a serious problem that MATES in Construction NZ are determined to do something about it.

Men’s Health Matters

As an industry that employs large numbers of men, the health of our workforce is a hugely important issue for the sector. Master Builders NZ have sponsored and supported Men’s Health Week since its inception, to help get the message out to men to proactively take care of their health, and break down some of those macho mantras that might prevent men from getting regular health checks.

Mens Health Week with Mark Sainsbury & Darrell Trigg

Men's Health Week NZ Ambassador, Mark Sainsbury & National President, Darrell Trigg came into The Cafe to talk with Mel Homer about the health of our male population. These two offered some fascinating statistics, about why we should take notice. You will learn a lot from this one! And if you would like any further information head to Men's Health Week NZ