Company Profile

Hann Construction (and its predecessor Mike Hann Construction Ltd) has operated in the Canterbury region since 1992. During this time, we have undertaken a wide variety of commercial, educational and residential projects ranging in size, material and design.

Today, our focus is on three key areas:

  • Commercial - which encompass a wide range of light commercial projects from single-unit buildings through to multi-unit complexes, including warehouses, offices, factories, lifestyle apartments and storage facilities.
  • Educational - which has included a variety of school building projects from single storey classroom units, multi-storey blocks, halls and gymnasiums.
  • Residential - includes larger residential houses, architectural designs and extensions to existing homes.

Our experience in such a wide range of construction projects provides the foundation from which to refine areas of expertise and embark on new ventures with enterprising clients. Hann Construction possesses considerable expertise in the area of project management which is an essential aspect of a successful build. This is driven by manager Tim Parish, drawing on his wealth of experience in overseeing construction projects and managing people.

As with all of the companies within the Hann Group, integrity and effective communication is paramount in all Hann Construction business dealings.

Our clients can expect continuous input and regular updates at each stage of development, and an assurance of satisfaction with the end result. We are committed to delivering a superior final product at a competitive price.

Our reputation is built on this promise, and on consistently completing work on time and to budget. We choose not to enter industry awards, preferring instead to judge our work by the positive feedback we receive from our many satisfied customers.

We are increasing our focus on sustainability through waste reduction and energy efficiency. Recently we had solar panels installed on the roof of the office building in Wigram.