Well known New Zealand owned and operated engineering practice, Babbage, has recently opened an office in Queenstown and attributes its success to its distinctive way of looking at and resolving issues spearheaded by the innovation and professionalism of its diverse team.
“You can’t go for over 80 years without ups and downs in the market,”says general managerPhil Gormack, “but when you look at what has sustained the practice, it’s the adherence to our core values that have made Babbage what it is today.”
The company provides structural, civil, geotechnical, environmental and building services and has built a solid reputation for its delivery.
“Clients can expect to have signi cant input from our senior people and they know that when they spend money with us, the quality of advice and work makes a massive difference to the outcome of their job,” he says.
The personal touch has meant Babbage has not only retained key clients throughout the years, but also key staff, many who have been involved in the company for ve to ten years, ensuring continuity of relationship management and strong sector knowledge.
“Babbage’s well-established and stable core team results in a strong corporate memory which is invaluable for clients. We provide tailored consultancy services across engineering, planning and land development and our staff use the latest technology to provide integrated solutions.”
The company has clients throughout Australasia and of ces in Queenstown, Christchurch, Auckland, Hamilton and Melbourne.
“Our success has grown from our ability to combine skillsets and ensures our work is practical, sustainable and cost-effective,” says Phil. “We are committed to client service and our innovative solutions make a difference to the community we serve, our clients and the environment.”