In 2010 we constructed a primary school at St Helens, including refurbishment of existing classrooms and the building of a new multi-purpose hall (view project).
This testimonial was kindly sent to us by Christine Treloggen, School Executive Officer at the St Helens District School.
21st October 2011
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This is a testimonial for Rosier Constructions who have undertaken 4 major building works at ST Helens District High School over the past five years.
During these building projects which I have outlined below I have worked as site manager and the builder client relationships has been a credit to both the project managers - both Sean and Richard Rosier have managed their staff with the utmost level of competence but also giving young students from this school an opportunity to work as work experience as well as putting on our students as apprentices.
The value for money from Rosiers has saved the school many hundreds of dollars by advising on ideas we as the management group have put forward, and utilising the builders and contractors on site. Some of the savings made by Rosiers allowed the school to upgrade the administration area of the school and upgrade two classroom blocks to state of the art buildings which have been used around the state by other schools.
The responsiveness given to the school by all of Rosier’s builders has gained momentum over the past couple of years - any builder or contractor on site has gone out of their way to deal with any problems the school has immediately, without detracting from their task at hand.
The relationship that Rosiers developed within the community is often commented on by the community for the way they spend in the community, live in the community and the support they give back to the community.
I have no hesitation in recommending Rosiers to any business wishing to utilize a family building firm who will give the utmost value for money and goodwill back to the community.
The building sites that have been completed have been:
3 double classrooms; upgrade administration area; upgrade 4 old classrooms into 4 new Internet cafe style classrooms.
BER funding. - 6 new classrooms; multiple purpose hall; staff offices
Child and family centre - $2.5 million
Trade Training centre. - $3 million
School Executive Officer
St Helens District High School