At Goldline Construction our mission is to deliver the best bespoke homes with the best finish possible while giving our clients a great experience in the process.
We also want to create a Win-Win-Win relationship where our clients win because they get a great end result, our contractors win because they get paid well for a top job, and we win because we actually trade profitably – All Shall Prosper
Here at Goldline Construction we’re taking Dennis’ 40+ years of building and business experience tweaking and refining systems and processes, and combining them with Daniel’s 20+ years of industry and business experience, adding in some cutting edge Online Project Management software (including phone and tablet app) and putting it all together to come up with an amazing top-notch construction company.
We also believe in leaving a legacy by taking what we have learned in business and giving back to the community. That’s why we support Habitat for Humanity and we’re also involved in community work through Community Impact days where we take part in helping struggling people and families by cleaning up their homes.
We have a heart to help make a difference in the lives of the broken or struggling people and we know that the best way to help is to give these people the tools and skills so that they can help themselves. We do this by being involved in community programs that make a difference.
With a mission to create the first just nation through ethical trading practices and helping create sustainable businesses to eliminate poverty in our society.
Addressing domestic violence, child trafficking, homelessness and suicide by eliminating the root causes which stem from a toxic culture of greed and self-centredness.
For more information you can check out the ASP Movement website here http://www.aspmovement.org/
Founder & Project Manager
Started as a builder and management cadet, straight from school in 1977, working with some of the larger Auckland residential building companies of Keith Hay Homes, Modulock, Lockwood/Initial Homes, and a few smaller medium-sized housing companies. Work experience provided a wide range of skills in building construction of homes, schools, commercial building and churches; sales of new homes (including export); manufacturing products; Quantity Surveying covering new homes (including the Commonwealth Games Village at Panmure) and churches; plus management skills.
Personal interest in supporting others provided the opportunity to spend six months in Tonga as a building volunteer after a severe hurricane in 1981, and many years working with Habitat for Humanity (Manukau) from their first beginnings, on homes for the homeless, in South Auckland.
Managing Director & Project Manager
I have worked 10 years in building supplies of which the latter 5 years was as a company representative selling building materials to builders. One of the aspects of this job was that I was able to offer cost effective alternative solutions to help my builders do a great job for their clients.
I was then approached by one of my construction company clients to come and help coordinate their multiple high-end builds.
After this I became more involved in the office and management of the construction company.
My next significant role was in commercial sales for Atlas Concrete. After being in this role for 14 months I applied and was promoted to Depot Manager looking after the Takapuna concrete plant and store for Atlas Concrete. I stayed in this role for 3 years before deciding to buy my own maintenance and renovation business.
I had the maintenance and renovation business for 3 1/2 years, gaining significant experience in renovating, before selling it and making the step up with buying Goldline Construction.
Administration & Marketing
Abegail has a vast wealth of experience having studied at university in Information Technology and completing a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
She quickly worked through the ranks as an Accounting Clerk, Technical Consultant and then an Electrical Designer before making a decision to gain more business experience by moving into an operations and marketing role and then a sales role.
After this Abegail made the decision to use her university qualifications and did a 21-month stint as a Department Head at one University before making a move and doing a 4-year stint teaching IT at another university.
In search of the next challenge Abegail decided to get into some Freelance Technical Writing then Content Writing and Social Media Management.
Wanting to make a lifestyle change Abegail has now taken the opportunity to fill our Administration and Marketing role and help Goldline expand into a growth phase as we increase our dominance in the Auckland market by giving our clients what they want – Quality Builds with a Great Experience.