Constructure prides itself on doing things right and doing the right thing. The company wants to stick to that philosophy when it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
The company has decided not to splash out on the customary party with staff and customers, but instead Constructure will share its success by gifting $10,000 to a local charity.
That figure is not chosen randomly but symbolises the 10,000 completed projects that the team is closing in on rapidly. They are working around the clock to reach that symbolic mark before their official anniversary date on April 18, 2018.
After consulting with staff about charities with a personal connection, the team has selected the Canterbury Down Syndrome Association (CDSA) as Constructure’s charity of choice.
“Some of our customers may be disappointed on missing out on a celebration, but instead we want to invite our clients to put the cherry on top of our anniversary cake and make a small contribution to the Canterbury Down Syndrome Association,” says Director Cory Bedford, who founded Constructure in 2008.
“It would be fantastic if we can double the donation to $20,000.”
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CDSA chairperson Diane Mulholland said her organisation was overwhelmed by the “very generous donation” to the Canterbury Down Syndrome Association.
“We are very grateful for this donation so we are able to continue to provide support, education, and advocacy to our members, families, and community. We really value this support coming from within the Canterbury community,” said Mrs. Mulholland.
The announcement was made on March 21, World Down Syndrome Day, which made this day even more special for the Canterbury Down Syndrome community.
Over the past decade, Constructure has steadily expanded to 25 staff members across their Christchurch and Auckland offices.
Their geographical footprint extends across the nation, from holiday homes on Great Barrier Island to Arrowtown, commercial buildings in Auckland & Christchurch, large apartments in Nelson and even projects all the way to Fiji.
Constructure has been part of several award-winning designs and offers extensive experience in commercial and residential projects, as well as multi-units and out-of-the-box non-property projects that require innovative ideas.
Cory is proud of the reputation the Constructure team has created around New Zealand. “But if we look at our recent growth rate, the next 10 years could even be more exciting.