Coresteel Northland named Franchise of the Year

Industry front-runner Coresteel Buildings Northland was awarded Franchise of the Year at the recent Coresteel Buildings conference.

The Northland franchise is owned by Whangarei company Hill Construction, and together with Coresteel Buildings’ head office, specialise in the innovative design, manufacture and construction of cost effective steel buildings.

Coresteel Buildings Northland was awarded Franchise of the Year at the recent Coresteel Buildings conference. From left, Simon Eilering (Director, Coresteel Buildings Northland), Wayne Hill (Director, Coresteel Buildings Northland), Brett Donovan (Director, Donovan Group NZ Ltd), John Lawson (Coresteel Buildings Northland), Kyle Donovan (Director, Donovan Group NZ Ltd). Absent: James Senescall (Director, Coresteel Buildings Northland).

Coresteel Buildings Northland was awarded Franchise of the Year at the recent Coresteel Buildings conference. From left, Simon Eilering (Director, Coresteel Buildings Northland), Wayne Hill (Director, Coresteel Buildings Northland), Brett Donovan (Director, Donovan Group NZ Ltd), John Lawson (Coresteel Buildings Northland), Kyle Donovan (Director, Donovan Group NZ Ltd). Absent: James Senescall (Director, Coresteel Buildings Northland).

The successful team also received the award for the Highest Volume of Sales for 2015. This year’s trophies further substantiate the franchise’s long history of achievements, with the franchise having won awards at every conference for the past six years.

“Coresteel Northland runs a very successful business and year upon year they have thrived in the Northland market. They are a pleasure to work with and have continually grown their business in a consistent and sustainable manner. I would like to congratulate Coresteel Northland and their team for such a tremendous effort – we are proud to have them as part of the Coresteel family,” says Haemish Reid, General Manager, Coresteel Buildings.

Coresteel Northland’s directors Wayne Hill and James Senescall have led the business during the last six years, and were joined on the board by Simon Eilering in 2015.

Together with various other local projects, Coresteel Northland has recently completed buildings for Blackdog Steelworks, Rosewarne Loggers and Donovan Tradezone in Whangarei.

“We have numerous projects in the pipeline and together with our strong team we make it our mission to deliver excellent service to the people of Northland,” says Simon Eilering, Director, Coresteel Buildings Northland.

Coresteel Buildings has 23 franchises nation-wide and is owned by Whangarei-based company Donovan Group NZ Ltd.