Katie is an accountant that has worked for Fin and Partners of Te Awamutu and has recently shifted careers, completing a degree in Teaching and now is a lead teacher in a childcare centre. Katie functions as the Accounts Manager for Zenith Projects.
Katie’s has a passion for quality, great service & interior design. Her focus on providing high quality projects, on time & on budget mean that our clients can have peace knowing that they have the best team managing their project.
With an eye for detail, our clients can be assured that all Zenith Project work sites are safe work environments for staff & sub-contractors with Katie overseeing all legal, practical and Safe365 requirements are implemented.
Brad started his career as an apprentice in the Waikato building spec homes in both Morrinsville and Hamilton. Bradley completed his apprenticeship in Brisbane, Australia at the age of 18, working in the field of building insurance repair for fire and water damaged properties.
On his return to New Zealand he has worked in various facits of the construction industry: high end commercial; high end residential; spec and kit set homes; office fit outs; suspended ceilings; pre cast units of all types (both stressed and non stressed units) for Stalton Engineering – a division of Fulton Hogan; cabinet making and installs; retro fits; extensions; relocatable homes; maintenance; gib fixing; plastering; concreting; project management; quantity surveying.
Brad also spent time abroad building in Buckinghamshire, England learning new methods and applications for the construction to enrich his capability to deliver premium quality craftsmanship.
All of his practical development where explored and mastered with a vision for future broad business service. To compliment his skill base Brad also completed 4 diploma level 6’s in human resource management, business management, construction management and quantity surveying.
By the age 24 he had become a licensed builder in both carpentry and site 2 classes. Bradley does not only have the backing of his skills and knowledge built over the past 13 years but also that of generational connection in the construction and joinery industry steaming back 4 generations in the 1920’s in the Waikato.