Tony graduated from Auckland University in 1991 with a Bachelors in Civil Engineering, He worked on construction sites in the early days. Completing a short stint with a local authority prior to joining BSK.
Tony joined BSK in 1999, working alongside Kevin Spurr (founder) as the “Lockwood apprentice”. Tony developed a particular skills base in solid timber construction - a skill that now serves him well in all types of construction.
Tony became a partner in BSK in 2005. Born and bred in Pyes Pa, Tauranga ("Kennedy Road"), Tony works at the Tauranga/Greerton office while remaining in close contact with the Rotorua team.
Brett graduated from the University of Canterbury in 1988 and has been with BSK since October 1999. Brett has worked throughout New Zealand and has also worked in Brisbane, Sydney and Newcastle. The latter position as a consequence of the 1989 Newcastle Earthquake.
He was involved with the inspection of timber structures and suspension bridge testing for the Wanganui Conservancy in the aftermath of Cave Creek and served voluntarily in Christchurch for a week immediately following the February 2011 earthquake. As well as structural design he can provide Level 1 subsoil investigations and on-site effluent disposal design.
Philip was born and bred in Rotorua. He attended the University of Canterbury and graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Engineering with honours. He joined BSK in December 2008 and gained professional recognition (CPEng) in 2013. He has worked on a wide range of projects since working for BSK including numerous seismic assessments and strengthening projects. Philip still lives in Rotorua with his wife Jemma and enjoys boating and mountain biking in his spare time.
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