Article: Our House = Our Home

Landmark Homes - New LookLandmark Homes - New Look

A new book, new branding, new plans, a new show home, new T.V advertising, new creative ideas and a new look team. Landmark Homes Northland, a company on the move.  With seven homes currently under construction, another five to start by Christmas and numerous projects in the pipeline the original vision of Directors Clint Dyke and Doug Larkin had for this Company is exceeding expectations. Covering an area from Te Hana to Cape Reinga, coast to coast, they are making great headway in the North.

New Book New Look
A new book, 4th edition is available this month nationwide.  Containing exciting new plans the release of the book coincides with the Landmark Homes nationwide rebranding and television advertising campaign. The book can be requested online or by ringing the Landmark Homes office. 

This combined with a Design and Build service using the services of local architectural designer Russell Moselen from Architectural Design LTD, provide a one stop shop service from concept to move in for Landmark Homes clients - clients assured of a quality product and service from start to finish. 

New Face
Paul Ganley hit the ground running at the beginning of August when he joined the team in his role as Construction Supervisor. Responsible for overseeing projects onsite he ensures timeline targets are met and quality control, leaving Doug Larkin to concentrate on pricing and quantity surveying.

A Building Inspector with the Council for 8 years, Paul is well versed in Building Act requirements and is able to solve potential problems before they appear.  With over 35 years in the construction industry Paul brings a wealth of experience to the Landmark Homes team.  ‘Old school’ trained - his apprenticeship required him to learn the basics of what is now seven different trades.  A certifying gas fitter and gas plumber, he is also has diplomas in Building and Surveying and Occupational Health and Safety.  Overseas experience in Papua New Guinea, London and the Middle East working on a variety of commercial builds and oil and gas fields add to his knowledge and experience.

We asked Paul to summarise what drew him to join the Landmark Homes team;

- He likes the family feel of the team who he has known for years, mainly in the
sporting scene.  He has been able to fit right in and feel part of the team.
- There are quality systems in place ensuring a quality product and service from start
to finish
- The emphasis is on providing a great customer service
- He has confidence in the team, their combined expertise and experience and the
product they are providing.

Well Rounded Skill Set

With 100 years of service in the construction industry between them the Landmark Homes Whangarei team has an impressive skill set to deliver what they promise.  Directors Clint Dyke and Doug Larkin bring a long history of construction and Clint adds cabinet making to the mix.  Paul adds his plumbing, construction and a thorough knowledge of the Building Act from his time with the Council to the mix making this is a well rounded team with the knowledge and contact base to access information about the construction industry as and when it is needed. 

Rounding off the team are Nira Kingi in sales and Raquel Jennens looking after administration.  Landmark Homes Whangarei continues to go from strength to strength. 




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