Recruitment of motivated, experienced staff and provision of ongoing relevant training ensures high morale within our team.
Mark Hammond - Director
Mark has 30 years industry experience, this comprises 17 years in Precast Concrete working for Firth Stresscrete and HEB Precast including involvement in projects such as Te Papa, one of the single largest projects undertaken independently in the country at the time.
Having made the decision to branch out into Steel Fixing as a specialty field in 1999, Mark had a vision to establish a professional Steel Fixing service which has led to involvement in a myriad of projects across the North Island and Western Australia.
Cherie Hammond - Director
Cherie has run all human resource, accounts, contractual and health and safety requirements of the family Steel Fixing businesses for 19 years. In addition, she has experience at a senior management level in the Sports Industry (primarily Aquatics where she developed her extensive understanding of Health and Safety requirements).
Cherie has completed the Certificate in Construction Site Safety with the next goal being achieving Health and Safety ISO standard, therefore best enabling Dellta Contractors to continue to be an industry leader in proactively upholding Health and Safety standards for the benefit of staff and contractors alike.
Brian Hammond - Operations Manager
Brian has 30 years industry experience, comprising 15 years in Precast Concrete working for Firth Stresscrete and an additional 15 years as the joint Director of a successful steel fixing company. He has run Steel Fixing projects in both New Zealand and Western Australia; where he worked on projects such as the Perth Childrens' Hospital, Perth Viaduct and Wheatstone Project.
For the past three years Brian has acted as Operations Manager for Dellta Contractors Waikato BOP Limited, primarily overseeing the running of the Waikato Expressway - Hamilton East project that consists of 17 bridges.
Nakia Patete - Foreman
Nakia Patete began working for Dellta Contractors five years ago, at which point he was trained personally by our Contracts Manager. He quickly proved an aptitude for plan reading and work forecasting for efficiency, because of this he transitioned to a Leading Hand position after two years and has continued to develop his skills, both operational and as a Health and Safety leader.
In 2018 Nakia was relocated to our Waikato Branch where his innate ability to mentor staff flourished and Nakia was consequently promoted to Foreman in 2019.
Rawini Foster-Te Anau - Team Leader
Rawini demonstrated strong leadership skills from early on in his time with the company. As a result, he has been made Team Leader at the Fletcher Infrastructure Yard that is producing the Super Tees, panels and barriers for both Peka Peka to Otaki (PP2O) and Wharikino projects.
Rawini is currently working on developing his plan reading, scheduling and methodology skills in order to further progress to a Leading Hand role in the future.