Business South May 2021

| 83 Quality all the way with James Mackay BUILDING Canterbury - James Mackay Builders James Mackay Builders focuses on delivering high quality outcomes with attention to detail and craftsmanship taking a leading role. • Bespoke Joinery • In House Designer • Hand Crafted Kitchens • Vanities | Laundries | Wardrobes • Office | Storage Solutions Phone: 03 376 4551 Email: • Timber Doors & Windows • Timber & MDF Stairs • Custom Built Furniture • Full Project Management & Installation WWW.DYERSROADITM.CO.NZ Proudly supporting James MacKay Builders J ames Mackay Builders is all about relationship building, says owner James Mackay. “All successful building projects rely on good relationships – between client, builder, archi- tect and all subtrades involved. It’s a real team effort,” he says. James, who offers nearly 40 years building experience, started his Christchurch based building company in 1993. James Mackay Builders focuses on architec- tural homes, renovations (complex restructur- ing or addition, a remodelled kitchen, lounge, bathroom or dining room) and light com- mercial projects such as office fit-outs, sheds and community projects in Christchurch and Canterbury. The company takes projects from plans to completion, working with some of the city’s top architectural practices. If clients don’t have plans then James Mack- ay Builders can introduce them to the right ar- chitect for their project and vision. As Master Builders, James Mackay Builders can offer the association’s guarantee on projects. James says James Mackay Builders focus- es on delivering high quality outcomes with attention to detail and craftsmanship taking a leading role. The company employs its own team of builders as this enables all-important control every step of the way. It also works with trusted subcontractors it has hand picked and worked with for many years. In addition James also has the majori- ty shareholding in General Joinery Co Ltd, which often works on this aspect of projects undertaken by James Mackay Builders. Once again this gives the company ultimate quality control by being able to essential undertake many aspects of a build in-house. “High end projects always have unique chal- lenges,” says James. “So it’s important to keep relationships thriving creating real focus on a great result and being able to undertake as many aspects of the build in-house as we can.” This tight knit team and structure also allows James Mackay Builders to complete multiple projects at the same time. T T Karen Phelps Recent projects completed include the Juliette Hogan shop fitout and the fitout of Hali Bar & Bistro at The Crossing in central city Christchurch. Other projects just finished include a Homestar rated build in Riccarton. The ap- proximately 180 square metre home designed by Bob Burnett Architecture, which has a longstanding reputation for energy-efficient, environmentally sound design, includes three bedrooms and two living areas. It was the first Homestar rated project for James Mackay Builders and James says it presented unique challenges that the team thrived on. James Mackay Builders has also just completed a four bedroom single storey architecturally designed holiday home in Rakaia Valley. At present James Mackay Builders is work- ing on a 500 square metre plus home in Mt Pleasant designed by Wilson & Hill Architects. The home includes four bedrooms, three bathrooms, three living spaces and an out- door concrete pool. “At James Mackay Builders our team thrives on a challenge and it’s important to keep on our game all the time as any builder is only as good as their last project.