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The story of Isaac Construction and the Isaac Conservation and Wildlife Trust began in the 1950s as Sir Neil and Lady Isaac looked to combine their growing construction business with their love of the environment and the unique flora and fauna of New Zealand.
The Isaac Construction commitment to always doing things the right way, for the right reasons is an internal core value that echoes across all aspects of their business. Specialising in civil construction, infrastructure works and earthmoving, they have large scale capabilities to deliver on expansive projects that support the growth of local communities. And now numbering over 300 employees, they follow the same core value to do right by their people. They have a well-earned reputation as a quality employers with a healthy company culture where employees feel valued, supported and motivated. With extensive training and apprenticeship programs to develop new talent, their staff have the skills and support to produce quality work they can take pride in.
In addition to the conservation work of the Trust, Isaac Construction also takes their impact on the environment seriously with robust Environmental and Sustainability Policies.
The main areas of Peacock Springs are closed to the public for the wellbeing of the birds, but you can visit the area and see some of the conservation efforts via the Ōtukaikino walkway on the edge of the reserve.
For more on the continuing work of the Isaac Construction and the Isaac Conservation and Wildlife Trust visit https://isaac.co.nz/about-us