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Brandon Van Zyl

Brandon Van Zyl

Brandon is Legacy's dedicated manager based in Wellington. With a strong work ethic and extensive experience in the construction industry, Brandon is a key member of our team. He has successfully managed numerous projects in both New Zealand and internationally, ranging from residential housing to large-scale commercial buildings.

Brandon's expertise lies in project and site management, and consistently exceeds project goals and expectations. He is highly skilled in adhering to timelines and budgets, ensuring successful project delivery. 

With his self-motivation and diligence, Brandon has established a solid background in the construction trade. He has proven ability in successfully managing projects across various sectors, including shopping malls, casino remodelling, warehousing, and multi-storey commercial buildings.

Brandon leads the Wellington team with professionalism and expertise. His vast experience and commitment to excellence contribute to the overall success of our projects.

  • We entered the Symonds St Toilets for a Resene award and it won the Heritage Maestro Award - congratulations and thank you to everyone who worked so hard on this complicated, much loved little building.

    Tracey Hartley - Salmond Reed Architects

  • Many contractors claim to understand the standards required for skilled repairs to important heritage buildings, yet few can deliver the standard required. Buildings with fundamental weather tightness failures are a challenge for the most experienced contractors, due to the demands of the current Building Code, and the requirement for a consistently high standard of work. With respect to the above projects, Legacy Construction have demonstrated their capabilities in both of these difficult areas of work.

    Phillip Hartley - MA MRICS Chartered Building Surveyor

  • “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