Business Central December 2023

98 | Turbine Residential: Puke Place development T T Karen Phelps Forging an award winning reputation T T Packages to suit - page 100 businesscentral Each edition priority delivered to your door. . Stay informed; we work with business owners and decision-makers across all economic sectors, pro iling their success. i ; i i i i - ll i , ili i . . . . i i 03 983 5525 0 Your Business, Your Industry, Your News. Volume 6 | Issue 2 | April 2021 ‘Excellence in Energy’ Taranaki’s Todd Energy will have a key role to play as New Zealand moves toward a low emissions economy. Page 8 Waikato farmers Dean & Ang Finnerty have expanded their dairy cow operation into a successful goat milking enterprise as well PAGE 10 Turning challenge into opportunity AUTUMN 2022 Volume 6 | Issue 3 | July 2021 Making waves Back on track New Zealand hydrofoil maker Armstrong is generating interest around the world with its high performance products. Work on the ambitious NZCIS facility in Upper Hutt is progressing well after Covid disruptions. PAGE 70 PAGE 10 Healthy delivery A new elective surgery facility in Hastings will provide a big boost to the region’s operating capacity. PAGE 52 Volume 6 | Issue 5 | December 2021 Cheers Boys! YoungWellington irm3Māori Boys is creating a buzz with it’s ground-breakingWai Manuka natural beverage. PAGE 45 Passion and pride New Plymouth’s Energyworks has forged a strong reputation in 50 years of business. PAGE 64 Seaview upgrade CentrePort’s SeaviewWharf facility is set for a major upgrade to bring it up to international standards. PAGE 14 BUILDING Committed to excellence and the pursuit of quality, Turbine Residential has forged an award winning reputation in the Manawatu. Its expertise was recognised with a 2023 House of the Year regional gold award in the Manawatu and Whanganui region within the New Home $750,000 - $1 million category. Company director Shaun Mainwaring says the 305sqm home with five bedrooms, two bathrooms, three lounges and a powder room, was purposefully designed to cater to a growing family. Situated on the outskirts of Palmerston North the home has a modern industrial aesthetic and epitomises quality craftsmanship. The exterior, featuring inky HardieFlex and raw concrete cinder blocks, offers clean lines, angles and warm aesthetics. The interior mirrors this minimalistic style while exuding architectural flair and luxury. Attention to detail is evident in every corner of this home, from the raked ceiling in the centre pavilion to the polished concrete floors, stone benchtops, and floating concrete hearth and daybed. Outdoors there is a covered alfresco area featuring a built-in fire, offering unparalleled views through floor-to-ceiling glazing. Shaun says that Turbine Residential has made its mark by bringing fresh ideas and innovative solutions to every project. With a focus on quality workmanship the company takes pride in delivering top-notch results. Shaun has been an integral part of Registered Master Builders for a decade, serving on the local executive committee and as branch president for the last three years. The Turbine Residential team works collectively on all office and administrative tasks, including overseeing all interior design aspects of the company’s construction projects. Together they lead a team of dedicated professionals and subcontractors, all committed to delivering high-quality services. Turbine Residential specialties are RibRaft floor foundations, known for their efficiency and sustainability. The company not only uses these foundations in their own construction projects but also offer design and installation services for other building companies. Turbine Residential has also tackled large multi-unit projects subcontracting to Latitude Homes; including Papaioea Park, a community housing development for Palmerston WWW.HYSLOPPLUMBING.CO.NZ PROUD TO SUPPORT TURBINE RESIDENTIAL 2014 LTD PH 06 358 5778 MOB 0272 736 166 EMAIL o North District Council. The project included 85 one-bedroom units approx 50sqm each and a community hall. “We’ve been working on the project since the start, so it’s a testament to our quality of work and our professional relationship with Graham and Kate from Latitude Homes” says Shaun. He acknowledges the hard work of staff in securing Turbine Residential’s respected reputation. “The company wouldn’t be where it is today without our best asset, which is our loyal hardworking staff who help bring our customers’ visions to reality. It’s been good for our whole team to win awards over the years. But at the end of the day, the most important things are happy clients and quality workmanship from our team and this will always be our main focus.”