Currie Construction deliver quality assurance
by implementing the following goals:
• Continually improve performance and efficiency.
• Identify and address the needs of employees and sub contractors
• Eliminate poor performance
• Enhance our image and market share by consistently identifying,
meeting and where possible exceeding the customer’s requirements.
Environmental & Sustainability Policy
To achieve our aims to manage and improve the environment, we have the following policies:
• Compliance with regulations
• Saving energy and resources, including disposal of waste
• Helping to create a recycling-based society and prolonging the lifespan
of resources, facilities and equipment.
• Reducing environmental impact by taking factors such as CO2
emissions into consideration.
• Developing and continually improving our environmental management
system through on-going education and regular reviews
• All office based practices are focussed on minimising, recycling, regular
maintenance and examining alternatives wherever possible.
Site Based policies
• Include sourcing sustainably produced resources
• Ensure all building and construction methodology plans include a noise
• Ensure all building and construction methodology plans include an air
quality management component.
• Comply with regional plan and discharge permit conditions for
worksite erosion and sediment control.
• Ensure chemical spills / contamination of the environment is avoided.
• Ensure all building and construction methodology plans include a
vibration management component.
Leaders in Construction
What we deliver
• Currie Construction provides a service that delivers
quality building projects and workmanship in the most
effective and cost efficient way.
• We have developed long-standing and successful
relationships with all three of the main building material
suppliers located in Gisborne.
• We guarantee to provide all producer statements,
warranties, as-builts, and operation and maintenance
manuals as required for specific parts of the work that
can be defined.
• At every stage all relevant authorities are notified with
sufficient notice to undertake inspections or give
approval as required is standard practice.