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What Is the Biggest New Zealand Construction Companies?
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Top 10 Cement Companies in New-Zealand
1. Hynds Pipe Systems
Hynds Concrete Manufacturing operates eight factory sites across New Zealand, operating independently audited ISO9001 quality systems. The Christchurch and Auckland pipe manufacturing plants have independent third party product certification for the manufacture of pressure and non-pressure precast pipe to AS/NZS 4058:2007. S-Mark Certification is maintained through regular audits by Bureau Veritas NZ.
Hynds operates a distribution network of 32 branches throughout New Zealand supplying over 40,000 product types for drainage, watermain, environmental, industrial process and rural applications. The Hynds’ fleet of 70 delivery trucks ensure reliable stock availability and delivery to all corners of the country.
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The history of Firth is part of the history of New Zealand. We’ve been developing, manufacturing and delivering concrete and concrete products to New Zealanders for almost a century.
Our capability extends through the construction industry, roading & infrastructure, industrial and commercial projects to residential builds.
All of our products are formulated to meet strict NZ standards. Our engineers ensure Firth customers consistently receive delivery of the highest quality product that they can rely on. Our concrete products are tried and trusted so customers can be sure what we make, makes the grade. Always.
3. Stevenson Construction Materials
Stevenson has had a long standing history in the Auckland region. Three generations of the family have left their mark on Auckland in the process of transforming what began as a very modest family business into the large organisation it is today.
Our history began in 1912 with three pioneering Stevensons – father William, his sons William (later to become Sir William) and Jim, hungry for work and armed with their picks and shovels, a few wheelbarrows, and a Model-T Ford.
4. Winstone Wallboards
Winstone Wallboards is New Zealand’s only manufacturer and largest marketer of gypsum plasterboard, drywall systems, associated products and services.
The company has been operating since 1927 and manufactures plasterboard systems under the GIB® brand.
Winstone Wallboards has facilities in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, and is part of the Building Products Division of Fletcher Building – a New Zealand-based international company.
For 90 years, people like you have been relying on GIB® plasterboard systems. Locally made for local conditions, they meet and exceed the requirements of New Zealand’s stringent building codes and are BRANZ appraised.
5. Winstone Aggregates
Winstone Aggregates is a leader in aggregate products and services in New Zealand, operating 11 extractive quarries, 2 Joint Venture quarries with our partners, 4 clean fills, 6 Labs and a fleet of 80 bulk trucks. We are the trusted aggregates solution partner for the concrete, roading, rail, and other infrastructure industries.
Our activities transform a natural resource in the safest and most sustainable way for our customers to enable their building of high-quality structures where people live, work and play, improving the quality of life for all New Zealanders.
We care about everyone going home safe everyday, being sustainable in all we do, our customers enjoying a premium experience with our customer leading culture, setting ourselves up for another 150+ years.
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6. Laminex New Zealand
Our innovative surfaces and building products deliver smart design solutions in a wide range of colours, textures and finishes. Ideal for benchtops, cabinetry, panelling and furniture, we offer premium surface solutions for residential and commercial applications.
The Laminex New Zealand brand has moved beyond practical surface solutions to become a source of design inspiration and a leader of innovation. Our expansive product suite goes beyond traditional market offerings with a variety of affordable, timeless surfaces right next to world-class designs.
We deliver timeless and traditional surfaces right alongside cutting edge interior design and the absolute latest technology for resilience and endurance.
7. Humes Pipeline Systems
Founded in 1923 by pioneering industrialist Walter Hume, Humes is a company that has been built on the principals of innovation, manufacturing expertise, quality and building a team of capable people who are proud to serve our customers.
Our customers today have new problems to solve and much higher standards to meet. New Zealand needs more infrastructure to cope with the growing population and different infrastructure solutions because of rising environmental standards. We strive to make sure our customers have the supplies and technology they need, when they need them.
Stresscrete is New Zealand’s largest and most experienced manufacturer of precast/prestressed concrete components. With production plants in two major city regions – Auckland and Wellington – our expertise has enabled us to become a premier precast concrete solution provider in New Zealand.
9. Road Science
Road Science is committed to advancing the pavements industry through innovative products and services that are developed and supported by engineering science.
10. Sto Group
The Sto Group an international company with its head office in Weizen, Germany can trace its origins back to a lime and cement works established in 1835.
After acquiring the company in 1936 it is the Stotmeister family’s development of cement free organically bound renders in 1955 and StoTherm Classic insulation system in 1960s that has sustained Sto’s success.
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