Coresteel Buildings Franklin have scored a hat trick at the national building conference.
The local business has come away with three prizes for the for highest regional growth, highest value kitset and highest volume of sales in 2016.
The awards were presented to Grant Donaldson, Trevor Harris and Karl Lipscombe at the annual Coresteel Buildings National Conference, held 1-2 March in Christchurch.
Coresteel Buildings specialise in the design, manufacture and construction of steel buildings.
Over the past year Coresteel Franklin has taken off in their market, with a number of major commercial projects for companies including Firth Block Plant, Pukekohe Raceway and Semco, alongside a number of other commercial and rural builds.
“We’re really pleased with our achievements this past year, and to come away with three awards is a testament to the hard work from our team and contractors,” says Grant Donaldson, Director of Coresteel Buildings Franklin.
“Coresteel’s points of difference have also had a massive influence. Our ability to design, engineer and construct buildings of any size gives us a huge advantage.”
Grant says he has always been a part of the Franklin community and enjoys working with locals to create their dream buildings. Together with business partner, Karl Lipscombe, Grant purchased the Coresteel Franklin franchise in 2008.
Caption: Coresteel Buildings Franklin; (from left) Grant Donaldson, Trevor Harris and Karl Lipscombe, received three awards for regional growth and sales at the recent annual Coresteel Buildings conference.
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