Trigg Welcomes Terence Elliot

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We recently welcomed Terence Elliot to the Trigg Construction team. Terence has escaped big city Auckland to come to beautiful Northland, joining us as a Contract/Project Manager.

With a proven track record of delivering complex projects on time and budget, to a high quality, he brings engineering and project management skills, and an excellent understanding of construction processes, health and safety, programming, project administration and client management.

Experience and qualified – with a Bachelor of Civil & Environmental Engineering (Honours) and a Master of Construction Management (AUT) – Terence has experience in many types of commercial projects, including manufacturing, education, recreational, seismic strengthening, civil and landscaping, and he specialises in 3D structural and services coordination.

Just for fun and to get to know him a little better we gave Trigg’s newbie our 10 quick questions, this is what he told us.

Cats or dogs? No fur babies, just my first real (and very lovely) baby girl.
Dance floor or karaoke? Dance floor (for reasons explained in the talent I wish I had!)
Coffee or tea? Tea, but I’m getting into almond-milk hot chocolates/mochaccinos.
Early riser or early night? Early riser, but not at the weekend.
Good book or Netflix show? Netflix shows are keeping me entertained these days.
Talent you wish you had? Singing or dancing salsa.
Dream destination?  Croatia, my Grandad’s land.
Homebody or adventure seeker? Adventure seeker.
Most treasured possession? A photo of my mum who passed away a few years ago.
Real life hero?  My oldest brother – he’s an amazing figure to follow.

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