Naisoso Island Announces Builders for Next Stage of Island Development

Naisoso Island has announced the exciting next step in their continuing island?development with the appointment of Herbert Construction New Zealand as their builder for the next stage of their multimillion-dollar luxury development, Peppers
Naisoso Island Resort.
Bob Lowres, Managing Director of Naisoso Island Fiji said, “We?re excited to announce our builders. It?s been a long time coming and we?re thrilled to include them as part of our team during the next phase of development, which is quite
substantial.?
Herbert Construction New Zealand Director, Malcolm Herbert, said the company was pleased to be working with Relcorp (Fiji) on this significant project.
?Peppers Naisoso Island will be a development of immense importance to the national interest of Fiji and Herbert Construction New Zealand is proud to be ?involved with the project. We have an excellent track record in delivering both significant and complex projects, we look forward to bringing our expertise to this project.?
?Herbert Construction New Zealand has an extensive track record of delivering firstclass projects in Fiji and New Zealand including the complete refurbishment of the Sheraton Fiji Resort, Denarau, the Naisoso Bridge, Natadola Golf Clubhouse and numerous luxury homes in the Denarau area, to name a few.”
The Herbert Group is family-owned and operated, based in both Napier and Christchurch, New Zealand and Viti Levu, Fiji. The Company has extensive experience in building 5 star Resorts, Designer Homes and large scale Commercial premises. The directors Malcolm and Tony Herbert provide a wealth of industry experience, leading a professional and dedicated team of project managers, trades people and administration staff.
With over 30 years of building experience, their appointment sits nicely with purchasers of Naisoso Island properties too.
Mr. Lowres also said that Herbert Construction New Zealand are also firmly committed to excellence, and possess excellent industry knowledge about largescale construction projects in the South Pacific.

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