Cameron has been with Guyco since 2016, taking on the Managing Director’s role at the end of 2019. Cameron went to school in Maungaturoto and Whangarei before joining the military and completing an electrical apprenticeship. After his discharge and retraining to work for a Quantity Surveying Consultancy in Auckland, Cameron and his wife returned home to put down their roots. Now, after more than 20 years in the construction industry Cameron has accumulated extensive experience in commercial construction management and has instigated significant changes within Guyco Construction.
Having completed an executive MBA with Massey University in 2016 Cameron’s intention is to continue to develop Guyco Construction into a construction industry leader for NorthlandE — firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob began building straight out of high school, quickly working his way up to leading hand before moving to Australia where he managed commercial renovations and new builds. Rob then made the leap to Construction Manager on a private island resort in Fiji where he managed a crew varying in numbers up to 120 – both local and expat staff. Working on a wide variety of new build projects, from multimillion dollar Villas to swimming pools and barge ramps, gives him a vast knowledge in all aspects of construction.E — email@example.com
‘Gordie’, as he is known, has made his career in the building industry. He was 20 years old when he first started in the industry and over the years has acquired a wealth of knowledge of all the trades used in building. His involvement with Housing New Zealand maintenance for many years means he has come across everything there is to see when it comes to maintenance and repairs. Gordie is very well known in Whangarei rugby circles through his many years’ association with Kamo Rugby Club.E — firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisor - Painting
Paul has been in the decorating industry for more than 20 years with 17 of those years based in Northland as an independent contractor and 3 years working in Christchurch scoping repair strategies for Fletcher Construction as part of the re-build. This work covered all aspects of interior plastering, painting and paper hanging as well as supervising work crews from contracting construction companies.
Anything relating to renovation and restoration Paul has probably done it himself and will have a solution for you.E — email@example.com
Supervisor - Building
Jason has been involved in the building industry for the last 34 years. He started in the trade working on light commercial and residential building, while also being involved in sports, playing rugby and sevens rugby semi-professionally for 13 years. Jason had a small residential construction company in South Auckland, holding a contract with Housing New Zealand for maintenance and repairs. From there Jason moved with his family to the Gold Coast where he worked as a civil carpenter and then a machine operator in the tunnel sector of civil works.
Upon his return to New Zealand in 2017, Jason became a foreman overseeing the construction of bypass tunnels under the Hamilton Motorway project, until deciding to make the move to Northland – bringing his extensive construction knowledge to his role at Guyco.E — firstname.lastname@example.org
Leah started in commercial construction in 2015 when she became a part of the strategic projects team at the Northland DHB. There she worked alongside the Project Director to manage hospital redevelopments such as repurposing offices into clinical spaces, construction of a new office building, and refurbishing clinical wards. Since then Leah has spent several years quantity surveying for a residential construction company, before returning to the commercial sector with Guyco Construction.
Leah holds qualifications in business administration, project management, and is currently studying toward a Diploma in Construction. Her background gives her an extensive knowledge base in contract & business administration, tendering processes, project management, and estimating.E — email@example.com