Building Hope Progress

Building Hope Progress

How many businesses does it take to build hope? The Cure Kids Building Hope home has over 50 – and their generosity has been instrumental in bringing the home to life. The Building Hope project was initiated by Landmark Homes North Shore/Rodney in March. The home will...
Resene Supplier Story

Resene Supplier Story

There’s more to painting a house than choosing the colours! When Paul and Debbie Brett asked if they’d like to be involved with Building Hope, Ben Solly from Resene had just the thing. With the colours already chosen by senior designer Wendy King, all Resene had to do...
James Hardie Supplier Story

James Hardie Supplier Story

James Hardies Northern Region Sales Manager Troy Spence hasn’t seen much of the Building Hope home yet. The arrival of his son at 11 weeks premature in April has meant that most of his time has been spent dashing between the hospital and his wife and 14-month-old...
Kinetic Electrical Supplier Story

Kinetic Electrical Supplier Story

Electrical wiring is often one of the trickier parts of building a new home. Fortunately, Kinetic Electrical was ready to step up when Building Hope needed them. North Shore Kinetic Electrical director Adam Bibbie already knew a bit about Cure Kids from a previous...
Opening the Doors to Building Hope…

Opening the Doors to Building Hope…

When Landmark Homes approached Mahurangi Joinery about the Building Hope project, they didn’t have to think too hard about it. After all – a family home can’t just have any old doors. Mahurangi Joinery owners Joel and Suz Hemus pride themselves on their exquisite...
Troake team happy to support Building Hope…

Troake team happy to support Building Hope…

For Troake Wall and Ceiling Services, choosing to help with Building Hope was more than just lending a ‘helping hand’. Similar to those families who will benefit from Building Hope, the family-run company based in Silverdale has their own tale of loss. In 2016, Peter...