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Currie Construction acknowledges Māori perspectives on environment and sustainability, including the exercise of kaitiakitanga by tangata whenua. We ensure that appropriate protocols are in place to manage accidental discovery of possible archaeological sites, koiwi or taonga in accordance with the requirements of Historical Places Act 1993 and Protected Objects Act 1975.

Health & Safety

Currie Construction is committed to the provision of a healthy and safe working environment, and to the protection of our employees, our property, our clients, suppliers, subcontractors and the public from accidental injury, death or damage from work carried out by or on behalf of the company.

Our goal: to achieve an accident free workplace

We are committed to being a leader in Gisborne for the implementation of safe construction practices throughout our entire business.


We will provide safe plant and systems of work to minimise pollution.

Currie Construction recognises its moral and legal responsibility to provide a safe and healthy work environment for employees, contractors, customers and visitors.


This commitment extends to ensuring that the organisation's operations do not place the local community at risk of injury, illness, property or environmental damage. 


Currie Construction is committed to providing the highest possible quality and reliability of services to the Construction Industry, and to continuous improvement in quality, with the goal of meeting or exceeding our customers' expectations.

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