The future is bright for Coresteel Buildings’ Marlborough/Tasman franchise which has thrived since their arrival in the region just 18 months ago.
Franchise operator Allister Green is relishing the opportunity to assist local businesses such as Putake Honey, Accessman, Farmlands and Foley Family Wines in Blenheim, by providing them with purpose-built steel buildings.
The franchise recently won the 2014 Coresteel Buildings award for the single highest value kitset sale for their Grove Mill Winery project.
“The winning build was a combination of three structures totaling 2,875m2, which included a main warehouse, a dry goods store and a canopy. Building on a site adjacent to the Alpine Fault line was one of several design challenges for the Coresteel team and as such we adjusted the building design to suit this unique location,” says Allister Green, Coresteel Buildings Marlborough/Tasman operator.
With over 20 years in the construction and structural steel industries, Allister has gained a considerable amount of experience in the various construction sectors, and brings together a sound understanding of modern building materials and construction methodology to each and every project. “From the initial point of contact, my background allows me to look at the best construction solution to suit each client’s requirements,” Allister says.
“It’s always satisfying to work with a client, taking their building ideas and operational requirements, transforming them into 3D concept plans, preparing quotations, and then managing and delivering the completed building.”
Coresteel Buildings specialise in the design, manufacture and construction of steel buildings and service the rural, commercial, retail and industrial sectors with 20 franchises nation-wide. The franchise is proudly New Zealand owned by Whangarei-based company Donovan Group Ltd.
Coresteel Marlborough/Tasman is located at 34 New Renwick Road, Blenheim.