395 New Public Houses In Northland

The Public Housing Plan 2021-2024 sets out the Government’s public housing supply intentions for the next four years and provides information about the location and number of an additional 8,000 public and transitional housing places that will be delivered by June 2024 – 6,000 public housing places and 2,000 transitional housing places.

A Word From Darrell

Price is an important part of any project, but more important is what you’re getting for that price. Clients are always after the best value they can get from their construction project or program. The industry and many clients are moving away from the limitations of traditional master-servant project relationships and lowest price tendering towards a more collaborative approach because of the many advantages a partnered approach to project procurement provides all partners.

We’re Cracking On With Projects Here In Northland

Alongside our ongoing work at the Hundertwasser Arts Centre in Whangarei, the team at Trigg and all our subcontractors and suppliers are being kept seriously busy on these three local projects we have on the go right now.

Trigg Family Fun Race Day – 7 January 2021

At Trigg, we’re big supporters of local events, and we love this one!

Treat your holiday crew to a fun-filled afternoon trackside at the Trigg Family Fun Race Day on 7 January 2021. Head to the Ruakaka Racecourse, and you’ll find a stunning setting, relaxed atmosphere and fantastic live entertainment – this is classic summer NZ!

BDO 2020 Construction Survey – Taking the Pre and Post-Covid Pulse

Advisory firm BDO NZ has released the 2020 Construction Survey. In two parts this year – giving a pre and post-COVID snapshot of the industry, the 2020 survey report looks at the impact COVID-19 has had on the industry and the industry’s key concerns and strategies for survival and growth.

Spotlight on Marlene Trigg

Marlene Trigg is the woman behind the scenes at Trigg Construction. Based at Trigg HQ, Marlene is always ready with a friendly greeting on the phone or at the door, or a freshly brewed coffee. There you’ll find her quietly oiling the wheels of a rapidly growing business and taking the lead on financial administration and office management.

Time’s Up for this President

Believe it or not, my role as National President Master Builders comes to a close at the end of August at the Master Builders AGM.

As everyone says, where did the last two years go, and how did they slip by so fast? It has been a real privilege to get around the country and meet the members that range from extremely large businesses to one employee. The passion for the Master Builders brand, their people and the industry has been fantastic to experience. I look forward to continuing to support them all at the events such as Apprentice of the Year, House of the Year, NZ Commercial Project Awards, together with all of their local events.

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.

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