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David McKenzie Wins a Chance to Play Golf with Lydia Ko 
Date: September 2017

Congratulations to Dave McKenzie who has recently won a chance will to play on Lydia Ko’s team on Wednesday 27 September 2017

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New Office in Botany Town Centre
Date: August 2017

Our Howick and Pukekohe offices have now joined forces and have relocated to a new office in Botany Town Centre.  Due to the growth of work in all areas, it is now centrally based enabling us to service the needs of all clients, Auckland through to Franklin.

You will now find us on Level 1, Fountain Lane North, Botany Town Centre (above Nando’s).  With a staff of 21 and growing, we can provide excellent time management, expert knowledge and a wide range of valuable experience in Civil, Structural and Fire Engineering.

We offer a warm welcome to call in to see us in our new modern space.

The Directors Ian Gibson, David McKenzie & Mike Williams

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Airey Consultants supporting Rotary Club of Half Moon Bay (Inc)
Date: November 2017

Airey Consultants supports Rotary Club of Half Moon Bay (Inc). Ian Gibson and Dave McKenzie playing at Pakuranga Golf Club supporting this worthy cause.
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Contributor: Chris Concannon

Date: 12 July 2011

Airey Consultants has been extensively involved in the Christchurch earthquake recovery effort... 
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Contributor: Mike Williams

Date: 12 July 2011

What you need to know about the recent building code changes... 
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Contributor: Mike Williams

Date: 12 July 2011

Few people realise we have extensive experience in playground certification. 
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Contributor: Natalie Rooseboom

Date: 28 April 2011

Ten years after setting up our first ISO9001 compliant quality manual, Aireys have finally taken the plunge and got the certification. The process involved an external accredited auditor reviewing the company’s procedures & documentation. We have a roster of on-going internal and external audits of all offices.

Thank you to Oliver Evans our auditor from International Certifications who has taken a real interest in our company and has been giving us some great tips for areas of improvement.

We are committed to continually improve our services to our Clients. If at any stage throughout a project you wish to give us some feedback, please fill out this form or email your comments to

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Contributor: Natalie Rooseboom

Date: 22 March 2011

Congratulations to the Hairy Aireys for a tremendous effort that placed them 6th over all (out of more than 30 teams) in the Oxfam Water Challenge. This is the third year we have been participating and in our bid to win we have engaged 'The Directors' namely Roger “the Rug” Twiname, “Moldy” Mike Williams, Ian “The Goat” Gibson and James “Treebeard” Greenwood. 
Oxfam 2012 team

Mike (renamed “the Marlin” after the event) shot through the swimming leg and was FIRST out of the water. The soft sand was no issue and the team had the second most water in the buckets. Although the spectators could not keep up with the rest of the race - reports say it was spectacular. An administration error saw us not getting any points for the puzzle. See the scoreboard and let me know if you can figure out what their placing would have been with the correct answers.

And thank you for all the donations (Oxfam webpage) - with the sixth most funding on the day the team started only a minute behind the first team. WELL DONE!

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Contributor: Murray Smith

Date: 14 February 2011

Congratulations to Dave McKenzie for successfully completing the Longest Day. He was 14th out of 36 Veteran Finishers with a race time of 13 hours 44 minutes and 47 seconds, completing the event in one day. No mean achievement considering most people attempt the race over two days! This is the challenge:
  • 3km run
  • 55km cycle
  • 33km off-road run over the Goat Pass
  • 15km cycle
  • 67km kayak
  • 70 km cycle
Dave kayak

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