Coresteel North Harbour runner-up Franchise of the Year

Coresteel Buildings North Harbour has taken out two major awards at the annual Coresteel Buildings National Conference, held 1-2 March in Christchurch.

The team received Runner-up Franchise of the Year, alongside a further award for Overall Excellence.

Coresteel Buildings North Harbour (from left) Andrew Boyd and Julie Boyd, received Runner-up Franchise of the Year, alongside a further award for Overall Excellence, at the recent annual Coresteel Buildings conference.

Coresteel Buildings specialise in the design, manufacture and construction of steel buildings.

During the past year, Coresteel North Harbour has worked on a variety of substantial projects including facilities for kumara bulk-storage, avocado storage, commercial fire-wood processing, alongside engineering workshops, a commercial laundry facility and an equestrian arena roof, as well as numerous rural builds.

“Coresteel North Harbour has a fantastic reputation as a quality builder delivering highly successful projects. This has resulted in a high referral rate driving further business. The systems and processes that Andrew Boyd and his team apply to the construction process speak for themselves,” says Haemish Reid, General Manager, Coresteel Buildings.

The Warkworth-based team was one of the first Coresteel Buildings franchises to launch in 2008 and is now one of a 24 strong network nationwide.

“I attribute our growth to our high level of customer satisfaction, generating referral work. It’s an accumulative result of a great system, focused project planning and management, and quality construction,” says Andrew Boyd, owner Coresteel Buildings North Harbour.

“The guys on site do a great job and the team in the office are dedicated. When our clients see the quality and effort that we put in to each project, they happily recommend us.  It’s the best compliment you can get.  Our engineering support office is innovative and driven, and we look forward to the coming year, with several large projects already in planning,” says Andrew.