Coresteel Northland were named Runner Up Franchise of the Year 2020 at the annual national Coresteel Buildings Conference, held 4-5 May in Napier.
The Coresteel Northland franchise is owned and operated by Joel Taylor and James Senescall. Joel and James are proudly supported by more than 30 team members, plus apprentices and local contractors.
“We are super proud of what this award means for everyone at Coresteel Northland. It’s been another stellar year of growth and an absolute privilege to work alongside our dedicated team delivering quality projects for our clients throughout the region,” says Joel Taylor.
The Runner Up award is a great testimony to the hard work, endless commitment and constant innovation shown by Joel, James and the entire Northland team over the past year.
“James and Joel enjoyed another strong year in business performance. With a consistent and passionate focus on sales and marketing the results are evident and ensured they once again were a strong contender for the Franchise of the Year award,” says Simon Archer, Coresteel Buildings Commercial Manager.
In the past year, Coresteel Northland has been involved in a number of innovative building projects around the local region. Some of their most notable projects include an elite new sports facility for Northland Rugby Union as well as an impressive 12,220m2 manufacturing plant for Hermpac Limited.
“From everyone at Coresteel Northland we want to acknowledge our construction partners throughout all the trades and a massive thank you for the continued support of our clients year on year,” says Joel.
Coresteel Buildings specialise in the design, manufacture and construction of large scale steel buildings in the commercial and industrial market. Unlike other competitors, Coresteel isn’t confined to set sizes due to two innovative building systems – the patented Bracketless Portal System and Tapered Box Beam. Coresteel is 100% New Zealand owned and operated, with over 25 locally-owned franchises located across the country.