Securing Mattias Strulik as a Senior Project Manager has been a big win for our Wellington team.
Project Director Tess Browne heads our new Invercargill office and Project Manager Andrew Lapsley is our delivery expert in Dunedin.
Our people make us successful. We’re proud to recognise Raji Rai and Todd Bowman as Senior Project Managers.
Congratulations – our clients landed three top awards at the 2018 Property Council New Zealand Awards
See why students and teachers love their innovative learning environments at Queenstown’s new Wakatipu High School.
The Building Intelligence Group is honoured to be recognised as Runner Up at the Property Graduate Employer of the Year Awards 2018 for the University of Auckland, Department of Property.
As project managers for the restoration of the former Deans Farm Buildings, we’re proud of Christchurch Boys’ High School’s vision to bring these buildings to life again
The Building Intelligence Group has been selected by the Invercargill Licensing Trust to lead the development of a multi-million dollar hotel in Invercargill.
The Building Intelligence Group, Christchurch City Council, and the wider project team are proud to see this outstanding Library, Museum and Community Centre entered in multiple industry awards
The appointment of Project Directors Tracey Ryan in Auckland and David Carpenter in Christchurch deepens the leadership and experience held within our Project Director base nationwide.
Construction of the Johnsonville Community Hub is almost underway. As lead consultant, The Building Intelligence Group is excited to help bring Wellington City Council and this northern community’s vision to life.
Alysha is a 2016 Keystone Trust Study Award recipient. She is developing an understanding of project management as a summer intern at The Building Intelligence Group.
The seismic upgrade of Wellington’s tallest building was awarded in the sustainability category of the Institution of Structural Engineers Awards.
The new Matuku Takotako Sumner Centre is fast becoming the heart and hub of the Sumner community.
Congratulations to the students who were awarded scholarships at Keystone Trust’s Annual Awards Event. As a sponsor, we are excited to see students starting their journey in the property sector.
We are proud to announce Ian Smith as a major shareholder. This shareholding continues our ownership story – our people own our business 100%.
Constellation Bands’ new national headquarters which showcases the company’s past, present and future has been recognised as a finalist in the 2017 Best Awards.
Ian brings a wealth of senior leadership experience developed over 27 years in the industry managing major projects and regional business units.
Project success is all about people and we are proud to announce promotions within our Christchurch team. Stephen Threadgall to Project Director and David Hopkins to Senior Project Manager
Double awards success for TBIG clients. Samuel Marsden’s Te Manawa o Te Kura was awarded Education ‘Best in Category’ and The Christchurch Club awarded Merit.
Our future is in great hands. We announce nine key senior faces within our team as shareholders in The Building Intelligence Group.
Evan Geeves offers over 40 years’ experience, possessing extensive ‘end to end’ design / build and construction management expertise.
As a big picture thinker, Matt’s eye for feasibility, understanding business drivers, commerciality and market opportunities without exception creates a stronger roadmap for project success.
Dallas Bates has joined our Tauranga team to bring experienced leadership and capability
Congratulations to Hutt International Boys’ School on winning an Excellence Award in the Education & Arts category of the 2016 Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards
The quality of our processes and systems is fundamental to everything we do as project managers and to how we make project success happen for our clients.
We welcome Auckland Business Manager Brent Thomson and Wellington Business Manager Byron Roff as shareholders.
Russell has completed Tour Aotearoa 2016, a 3,000 cycle from Cape Reinga to Bluff through the month of March. The self-funded journey was on trails and unsealed roads and was entirely unassisted meaning Russell carried everything on his trusty Avanti mountain bike, including a tent, tools and cooking equipment.
We are in an exciting and evolving industry, all the more so through the next generation of young students being nurtured through the work of Keystone Trust.
TBIG Christchurch team has moved to Level 11 of HSBC Tower.