Resonate Construction is all about the people — the clients who engage us, the team building the project, and the people who live and work in the spaces we create.
We’re accountable. We’re adaptable. We communicate.
Resonate is proudly New Zealand-owned. The company started over 20 years ago, with many iconic buildings and landmarks added to the portfolio. After the nationwide lockdown in 2020 we had a re-focus and a re-brand. With a determined team we set out in an uncertain marketplace. Our reputation for reliability and great team momentum led to the thriving business we are today. The kaupapa is about working together to build teams as well as buildings.
The Resonate logo symbolises the holistic wayfinding spirit of the team. Elements include reference to Pacific navigation: stick maps with shells used by ocean voyagers to chart their courses, ocean-going birds, ocean currents, and the islands of Aotearoa New Zealand.
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Andrew formed Resonate Construction over 20 years ago. He’s a licensed building practitioner and committed to supporting the experienced hands and mentoring the great young talent coming into the building sector. He admires the team's passion for what they do, as this flows on to happy clients. Andrew’s a family man, and when he can, he loves to be on the water, especially out on the open ocean.
Brent's a qualified carpenter. He brings extensive building knowledge, and leadership and management skills to the team. What he likes about Resonate is that we're a growing team, learning and becoming stronger with each job. "We accept a challenge and provide clients with the best workmanship. We're a great crew". Brent's a family man. In 2020 he and his partner welcomed baby Oliver. Brent's hobbies are Muay Thai kickboxing, and working on vehicles.
Farjay's a qualified carpenter. He thinks of Resonate as an extension of himself. The team is like a family to him. In 2020 he successfully took on a new role as foreman of a 4-level waterfront apartment build on Tamaki Drive in Auckland. Farjay enjoys learning the new things carpentry has to offer every day on the job. And he enjoys passing on newly acquired knowledge to the rest of the team.
Since coming on board Resonate in 2020, Val has added a hard hat and hi-vis to her wardrobe. She’s completed her Site Safe Foundation Course-Building Construction and enjoys visiting sites to see the fantastic work the team is doing. When she’s not looking after the administration for Resonate, she delivers career development services to help people manage their life, learning and work.
After 15-years in aviation, Anita’s recent journey has seen her develop in contrasting industries—from heels in the skies to boots on the ground—with everything in between. Due to the impacts of Covid-19 in aviation, Anita adapted, taking on roles in health, education, and tourism. Now she's "cementing” herself in construction—excuse the pun. “Resonate promotes learning and development as a whaanau. What it's all about is creating positive impacts for our team and communities”.