Coresteel Buildings Wellington took out the coveted Rising Star award at the annual Coresteel Buildings National Conference, held 9-11 March in Fiji.
Led by Marc Jurlina and Ben Holmes, and backed by a team of construction experts, Coresteel Wellington has cemented themselves as an industry front-runner with this recent win.
“We are really happy to be recognised as a franchise on the rise during the conference,” says Marc Jurlina, Director of Coresteel Wellington.
In the past year, Coresteel Wellington has successfully worked on some large scale projects for the likes of Alsco Depot, Mainfreight, the Royal New Zealand Ballet, alongside a number of commercial and industrial builds.
This award is testimony to the hard work, commitment and tireless dedication shown by the team over the year.
“We have been working hard at developing the brand awareness in our region for some time and really feel like we are starting to gain some great traction, the award reinforces our position and we greatly appreciate it.”
“2019 demonstrated admirable growth for Coresteel Wellington. The impressive projects being delivered in the Wellington region are a credit to Marc, Ben and their team. Well done team,” says Simon Archer, Coresteel Buildings Commercial Manager.
Coresteel Buildings specialise in the design, manufacture and construction of large scale steel buildings in the commercial and industrial market. Coresteel is 100% New Zealand owned and operated, with over 25 locally-owned franchises located across the country. Unlike others, Coresteel isn’t confined to set sizing due to two unique building systems – the patented Bracketless Portal System and Tapered Box Beam.