Nick is well-known for his expertise in successfully delivering demanding and intricate projects within strict timelines and upholding exceptional quality standards. Having served as both Project Manager and Contract Manager for some of our more challenging projects, he has consistently demonstrated his proficiency.
With a remarkable talent for building strong client connections, Nick consistently goes above and beyond to ensure that projects not only meet client expectations but also fulfill all contractual obligations. Nick has been a key member of our team from 2002.
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
“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
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