After a stint as a labourer in Napier, Mark joined Fletcher Development and Construction in Palmerston North as a Quantity Surveyor cadet. With Fletcher’s backing he went on to complete a Building Science degree at Victoria University, followed by a period of self-employment in Wellington that lead to a senior management role with a national building contractor that brought him back to Napier. The directors of Alexander Construction approached Mark in 1998 to take over the helm. In 2003 Mark became the majority shareholder and Managing Director. He is proud of the achievements the company has made since its small beginnings and enjoys the strong culture created from a consistent and committed workforce, exciting building opportunities and the loyalty inherent in traditional building companies.
Prior to joining Alexander Construction, Troy studied NZCAD & CAD and then spent 14 years working in many of the diverse fields of the building industry, including six years as a self-employed building contractor. Troy’s expertise ranges from residential to large commercial, with the Napier Court House Refurbishment, Napier Girl’s High School Hall Entry refurbishment, Elizabeth Road House (all for PMA) Elephant Hill Estate and Winery development (for John Blair), Lollipops, Napier, Ohakea Helicopter Simulator Building and HBDHB Mental Health Unit being successfully completed under his management. Troy became a shareholder and Director of the company in 2009.
Jo joined Alexander Construction in 1998 as a Quantity Surveyor, over the subsequent 1½ decades Jo has been involved with many projects including Splash Planet, The National Aquarium of NZ, Ocean Spa, the transformation of No.5 Store apartments in Ahuriri, The Wairoa Integrated Family Health Centre, and the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board Mental Health Unit.
In 2009, Jo became a shareholder in the company and moved to the role of Commercial Manager in 2014.
Glen’s association with Alexander Construction began while attending the pre-apprenticeship course at EIT Hawke’s Bay in 1994. His workmanship and natural aptitude were noticed by senior foremen on the EIT Auditorium project and was therefore encouraged to undertake an apprenticeship with Alexanders.
Once qualified, his skill and ability were put to the test with two high profile projects – the National Aquarium and the 2001 hill-side construction of the Singapore High Commission in Wellington. Glen left for his OE in 2002 and returned a year later to run several school jobs, completing fit out work and graduating to larger scale commercial work. In 2007 Glen was promoted to a management role within the company and is now the Manager of Alexander Building Solutions.
Matt undertook his apprenticeship for a local commercial contractor, joining the Alexander’s team in 2010 initially as a carpenter.
Following his success with the Shell to Z Service Station conversion project in 2011, of which he co-ordinated for the company, he was promoted to lead this division and has built a solid reputation for service delivery within the local Insurance Assessing industry.
After completing his joinery apprenticeship, Jason spent the next 15 years at local shop fitters Future Products Group (FPG), building & installing joinery initially then moving on to pricing jobs for the likes of Caltex, McDonalds, BP and numerous cafes nationally and internationally.
Jason was appointed Alexander Joinery Manager in 2013.
Murray joined Alexander Construction Central Limited at its inception in 2013 as a Director / Estimator and has overall responsibility for this region.
He has operated within the commercial construction sector all of his working life and has developed good sound financial and commercial skills in what is a most challenging environment. He is a good communicator with clients, peers, subcontractors and the like at all levels, and is well respected within the industry.
Murray has been actively involved in every project undertaken. This includes estimating, financial and quantity surveying and project management and supervision.
Carl joined Alexander Construction Central Limited as a Director / Quantity Surveyor when it was formed in 2013 and is responsible for the financial control of building projects as well as company budgeting and expenditure.
Actively involved in all projects undertaken, Carl also provides support to the project teams.
Martine joined Alexander Construction Central Limited in 2013 as a Director / Project Manager and has overall responsibility for project delivery.
Martine understands that excellent customer service is doing a quality job that meets and exceeds customer expectation. He has excellent communication skills, organization skills, is an effective planner and programmer and has a very positive attitude and outlook.