CM- New Zealand is headed up by Paul Belcher. He currently resides in Christchurch and is married to Louisa Belcher with four children. He is a licensed building practitioner holding a Carpentry license, Site one License and Site 2 license. He has a National Certificate in Carpentry and well as a Trade certificate in carpentry. He is an affiliate member of New Zealand institute of Quantity Surveyors. He has undertaken further study in construction management and quantity surveying. Having been involved in the construction industry for over 20 years he has worked extensively in the construction sector both in Auckland and in Christchurch. Over the years he has been involved with the Master builder’s organization serving at a committee and branch level for many years. He sat on the Manukau institute of Technology advisory board between 2007 – 2008 and has an active interest in seeing the construction industry move forward. He has worked with many home owners and commercial property owners in Christchurch to obtain fair cash settlements for their damaged dwellings as well as arranging repairs to be undertaken following the September 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.
High level of communication and administrative process skills throughout the construction phase.Preparing progress claims and providing detailed costs for work executed and for proposed works through variation pricing, preparing and presenting cost fluctuations as required, preparing and presenting time extension claims Evaluate progress claims and providing detailed breakdowns of cost Adjust included sums in accordance with contract documentation Collect and present post-contract ancillary documentation including reports from suppliers and subcontractors Tim Nees Director, New Work Studio / Tim Nees Architects Fellow, New Zealand Institute of Architects BArch, MA
Throughout the project, you maintained a very high standard of excellence in communicating, timemanagement, project analysis and networking with various industry experts.Tiko ToganivaluLead PastorEQUIPPERS CHURCH, CHRISTCHURCH