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Earthmoving, Civil Construction, Forestry and Quarries, find out more here.

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To make an enquiry call +64 3 542 3150 or click here for our enquiry form.

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Earthmoving, We are looking always looking for new talent in our expanding business, find out more.

Our Projects

Seafield Terrace Rock Revetment

Seafield Terrace Rock Revetment

Seafield Terrace Rock Revetment WorksProject InfoClient: Nelson City CouncilProject DescriptionWINNER: CCNZ Nelson Marlborough 2021 Awards, $750,001 – $1.5 million Category This project entailed coastal erosion remedial work at Seafield Terrace, Glenduan. After a...

Pigeon Valley Fire

Pigeon Valley Fire

Pigeon Valley FireProject InfoClient: FENZ National Incident TeamProject Description2019 CCNZ Nelson Marlborough Award Winner. $700,001 – $1.5 million category, sponsored by Land Dimensions Ltd We were very honored to win the above award for our work assisting on the...

Tasman Rivers Maintenance Contract

Tasman Rivers Maintenance Contract

Tasman Rivers Maintenance ContractProject InfoClient: Tasman District CouncilProject Description2018 CCNZ National Award Winner – Excellence in the maintenance & management of assets, including routine maintenance. For the past 7 years, Taylors Contracting have...

Gollans Bay Quarry Road

Gollans Bay Quarry Road

Gollans Bay Quarry RoadProject InfoClient: Lyttelton Port CompanyProject DescriptionThe Gollans Bay Quarry Road project has now been completed, April 2018. This project has been a great challenging job with 240,000 cubic metres being excavated and carted down the hill...

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This is an exciting opportunity!Are you a civil engineering student interested in dams or big infrastructure? Does the idea of being part of the Waimea Community Dam, one of the Tasman region’s most important infrastructure projects ever and the largest dam built in New Zealand for over 20 years appeal to you? We are looking for an engineering student heading into their final year for an internship during the summer of November 2021 to February 2022. The small Waimea Water Ltd team of experienced civil engineering professionals is complemented by a range of contractors and consultants who bring significant knowledge, skill and passion to this infrastructure project.To learn more, contact us, 027 5440030 or info@waimeawater.nz ... See MoreSee Less
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Check us out: Taylors Contracting - featured in the NZ Logger MagazineBREAKING OUTWhen the lease on their Upper Moutere hop farm came to an end, Marlene Taylor said, “Good, now we can buy a house”. Her husband Bob disagreed, “No, we can buy abulldozer”. That first bulldozer was a brand new, bright yellow Fiat Allis AD14 and was a big investment forthe Taylors at the time. It was 1971 and Taylors Contracting was born.Read more in the September Issue of NZ Logger, subscribe today: alliedpublications.co.nz/collections/magazines/products/nz-logger-magazineOr get a digital copy today: issuu.com/nzlogger/docs/lg_20210830_68 ... See MoreSee Less
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Construction of Waimea Dam back under way from last Monday.On Monday we started back at the Waimea Community Dam site under level-4 health and safety protocols.waimeawater.nz/2021/08/22/waimea-community-dam-to-resume-construction-in-level-4/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Taylors Contracting Co Ltd.
Celebrating 50 Years. 1971 to 2021 ... See MoreSee Less
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Taylors Contracting is excited to celebrate 50 Years in business on 30 July 2021. Bob and Marlene Taylor started the business in 1971 and together with their son's Charlie, Matt and Arthur Taylor have grown the company from a one man band to employing over 170 staff. Our celebration party and official book launch will be held on 20 August and we look forward to sharing flash backs and achievements of the company over the years. Watch this space...Pictured below is Bob Taylor on his first Fiat Allis Bulldozer and his dog Zack ... See MoreSee Less
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Just to reassure everyone that the Waimea Community Dam site coped very well with the weekend flood event. ... See MoreSee Less
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