FNR Construction was formed in 2017 and is a commercial construction company that is part of the FNR Group.
FNR Construction delivers a diverse range of construction services to the commercial & education sectors in the Far North. Our qualified builders and small team of apprentices collectively have decades of experience and provides customers with a reliable, professional and quality construction service.
Commercial Construction – Education Sector Construction – Project Management.
Current completed jobs in the Far North
In September 2021, FNR completed the refurbishments to Te Puna o Te Matauranga at Kaitaia College. The overall scope of works included demolition of the exterior cladding, outside lining interior walls, existing windows and roof material, excavation and drainage, concrete works, waterproofing, carpentry, insulation, metalwork, windows and doors, roofing, plumbing, drainage, mechanical work, fire, electrical, data, painting, and flooring. These works were completed to budget and to high quality standards.
Taipa Area School Classroom Refurbishment and Gym Re-build
FNR Construction have recently completed the refurbishment of the main classroom block and complete re-build of the Gym at Taipa School for the Ministry of Education.
The classroom project involved the full refurbishment of the main classroom block including, internal demolition, re-roof, plumb and wire, new partitions, new windows, doors, walls and floor coverings.
The gym project involved the full demolition of the existing gym which has had weather tightness issues. The gym has been completely re-built on a larger footprint able to accommodate a full basketball court.
FNR Construction continues to undertake numerous projects at Taipa Area School. These include- Rationalisation of numerous aged portable classrooms, landscaping works, asbestos removal, refurbishment of the Food-tech and Wood-tech rooms.
Ka Uri Unearthed
FNR Construction is currently delivering the civil construction and commercial building re-fit of Ka Uri Unearthed.
This project involved the demolition of the building that use to hold the “Ancient Kauri Kingdom”. There is a full re-development of the site including an extensive carpark that will accommodate tour buses and camper vans. The exterior re-development also includes larger areas of landscaping and hardscaping incorporating outdoor dining and entertainment areas. The existing buildings are being completely re-fitted to a high-end architectural specification and will include a larger commercial kitchen, café, retail, and gallery, administrative and meeting spaces.