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Legacy are committed to social responsibility with all stakeholders. Our aim is developing strong partnerships with our employees, subcontractors, suppliers, clients and community. 

We believe in contributing to the community and proud to have sponsored and provided support to the following groups :

At Legacy, children hold a significant importance in our values. We are proud to have sponsored various groups that prioritise their well-being and development :

We recognise maintaining an active lifestyle is essential for overall well being and participating in sports teams provides a valuable opportunity to learn and develop teamwork skills. Some teams we have recently supported are :

  • “Legacy Construction has really experienced personnel. Their guys on site are really proactive at driving things forward rather than waiting until something goes wrong. Where possible they try and foresee issues and, to avoid delays, give consultants advance notice so that they have adequate time to come up with a plan to resolve matters. They are very good at driving a project with regards to programming – and at looking forward and seeking information in advance to keep the work progressing.

    Craig Knox - Consult Quantity Surveyors

  • The successful build was the combination of a great and reliable team, including the Architect, Legacy project managers/construction team and sub-contractors. As the client we found all those working on the build were approachable, friendly and prepared to go to great lengths to ensure we the client , were kept informed and our never ending changes met. Hyundai NZ has no hesitation in recommending Legacy as a major partner in the construction industry.

    Howard Spencer - Managing Director Hyundai Motors New Zealand Limited

  • “These premises were designed to reflect values and place of Te Taitokerau. From the outset Legacy took the time to understand what our values were on this project. The result was work practises that aligned with the tikanga of the Whangārei Māori Land Court. Legacy bought a kaupapa that is evident in the mauri of the premises”.

    Nicole Dannhauser - Ministry of Justice Property Project Manager