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Learning on the Job

July 16, 2018
The transition from university to the real world can be pretty daunting, so if you're about to graduate and join the construction industry, what should you expect? James Havler gives us the low-down on being a cadet at Maycroft.

Peter Ross retires from the business

April 16, 2018
Our gratitude goes out to Peter Ross, our Managing Director and esteemed colleague, who retired from Maycroft Construction after 24 years with the company at the end of March 2018. Peter’s vision and guidance have been integral to growing our business to where it is today. We wish Peter the absolute best for the future. But although it’s goodbye for now, it’s not certainly not farewell. We’re pleased to Peter will remain involved in some of the wider company interest, and...

Caitlin's a Bright Spark

March 12, 2018
Caitlin Carter loves finding smart solutions to solve problems. So as a Cadet Services Coordinator, she’s in the right job. Caitlin works with site teams to solve challenges with the installation and commissioning of services, and plan projects to ensure they are a success. Caitlin joined Maycroft in 2016 after completing her electrical apprenticeship and working as an Electrician for residential and commercial developments. Her ultimate goal is to become a Services Engineer, but a career in construction wasn’t always on...

Keep it simple and collaborate - an HSQE Manager's advice for building safely and sustainably

March 5, 2018
Maycroft’s HSQE Manager Denise brings a unique perspective on HSQE, developed from a diverse career spanning geothermal power, mining and milk production and processing. We spoke to Denise to hear her aspirations for further improving our HSQE performance and her recommendations for building safely and sustainably in a pressured market.  
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From coffee to construction - Andrew Buckley's new direction

February 7, 2018
With a passion for roasting coffee, Irish expat Andrew Buckley chose the right city to settle in. He’s making the most of the coffee scene in the Capital after relocating to New Zealand and joining Maycroft as Construction Coordinator. And when it comes to coffee, Andrew certainly knows what he’s talking about – he ran his own café in Ireland for five years. But he’s traded the coffee machine for the construction site, helping build Wellington College’s new Memorial Hall and...