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Greenstone Group appoint head of new Wellington office

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Leading project and property advisory company Greenstone Group has appointed Nick Jones as the head of its new Wellington office to help meet growing demand from new and existing clients in the capital.

Leading project and property advisory company Greenstone Group has appointed Nick Jones as the head of its new Wellington office to help meet growing demand from new and existing clients in the capital.

The move to Wellington, which will expand the company’s national coverage alongside offices in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, and Christchurch, coincides with Greenstone being appointed project manager on a $10 million project in the city.

Greenstone Group Managing Director Phil Eaton says the company has a large number of government related clients and having a presence on the ground will mean it can work more closely with them.

“It’s exciting to finally open a Wellington office and have a strong presence in the capital – it’s been far too long. We have some well-established clients here and demand continues to increase due to continued growth in the city with ongoing infrastructure projects and both private and public work.”

Jones, an experienced project director, will head up the Wellington operation.

With vast construction knowledge and management experience on projects such as the ANZ new branch roll outs and Wellington’s David Jones store, Eaton says Jones’ has both the expertise and personality that is needed to run a diverse range of projects.

He says Jones is an ideal fit for Greenstone which has a three-step project management approach that encompasses ideas, transformation and reality.

“We wanted a person who can lead projects and work with clients to get the results that they want, and Nick is the right person for the job.”

Greenstone has led a broad range of projects around the country including Auckland’s Sugar Tree apartments and the transformation of heritage site St Kevin’s Arcade on Karangahape Rd, through to the reinstatement of Christchurch Art Gallery.

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