Our two directors maintain complete control of all projects, monitoring and carrying out regular site visits to give you the best possible service and quality of build.
Founder and Co-Director
Not actually a New Zealander, Duncan is a former civil engineering-turned-law graduate with over two and a half decades of construction experience in the UK. After joining national developer Northern and Southern Heritage, he ran a build programme totalling over 120 houses a year, including the award-winning Saltings Reach in St Ives, recipient of a 2005 Daily Mail UK Property Award.
He established Kiwi Building in 2009 to concentrate on Central London development, where his family is based. Duncan’s breadth of experience is invaluable to each and every build project; in particular his expertise of what to do and why on a challenging build programme as well as his instinctive nose for what distinguishes a high-end quality residence.
The man who puts the Kiwi into Kiwi Building, Jason learnt the craft the traditional way – completing his construction apprenticeship in 2003 and establishing his own small-scale development company in Auckland. Growing his reputation over the next five years, Jason received national media attention for his execution of grand designs, including an eclectic beachfront property featured in a number of interiors publications.
Jason’s creative approach and flair for design helps clients to envision new horizons for their homes and to achieve that all-elusive perfect finish. His signature is most probably his enthusiasm for each and every project and an eye for the symmetrical and streamline that never wanes.
What they’re saying
“Working with Kiwi Building is always a great partnership. Their team of crafts and tradesmen are the best in their respective classes, enabling them to deliver flawlessly finished homes. Duncan and Jason’s combination of experience and know-how, their respect for client requests and project deadlines and their ability to interpret and deliver our designs are second to none. ”