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Thursday, October 1, 2020
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iLine Construction forge ahead

With a number of substantial projects underway across the Bay of Plenty, Rotorua, Waikato and Auckland, iLine Construction is clear in its plans to forge ahead and remains cautiously optimistic in its outlook despite the uncertainty that COVID-19 has caused.

As a reliable and trusted main contractor specialising in Project Planning, Design and Build, Cost Management and Construction, iLine continues to remain positive during this unprecedented time. Working hard behind the scenes the company has leveraged its strong reputation to secure a robust forward workload across the Commercial, Residential and Industrial sectors.

While no company is resistant to the effects of a global pandemic, iLine Construction co-director Elton Verran says, “We are lucky in that we are the main contractor of choice for many and have been fortunate enough to secure some great new projects as a result of years of hard work with local developers and strong relationships with existing clients”.

iLine Construction has a foot in the door in certain sectors that have been relatively unaffected, which has given the company a degree of confidence. Elton says, “On the whole our Region and the work that we’re doing across residential accommodation and kiwifruit supply chain is still very strong”. He says, “We’re finding that people are still thinking ahead. Yes there has been a stall period, but we’re carrying on where we left off full steam ahead and back into a new sense of normality”.

The key to New Zealand’s success in reducing the spread of COVID-19 has been a huge team effort from the community. That same energy is now needed to boost the country’s economic recovery. iLine Construction co-director Paul Hammond says, “The reality is that there have been shockwaves through the industry and a reduction of confidence in the marketplace.

As a result some clients have decided to hold fire and assess the impacts over the next few
months, but they remain optimistic”. He says, “The next phase for us is about promoting confidence and regeneration across the construction industry and New Zealand as a whole”.

For more information on iLine Construction visit iline.co.nz or call 07 571 0527.

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