David Brinn – Managing Director
David manages commercial projects to completion. “It’s my job to make sure the customer is happy with what happens,” he says. “In some cases I leave only when the till is ringing on a customer’s new counter.” David believes the secret to success in his job is ensuring that his clients get what they want for what they can afford, while delivering a quality product. David has had a focused work life of some 20 years working for Guyco Joinery. "My team are also experienced tradesmen,” he says. “You’ve got to be able to do any and every job yourself before you can advise customers - and we all can."
Peter Dainty – Managing Director
A self-confessed perfectionist, Peter oversees every aspect of factory production with a keen eye. "If it's not quality, or not what the customer wants, it doesn't leave the factory," he says. Thankfully, that seldom happens. Peter has over 25 years in the joinery industry, most of it with Guyco, during this time he has gathered a close and capable production team around him.He sees his team as an extension of himself. Peter has high expectations of his workers, but they rise to that challenge. "I can't do my job without them," he says, "and I'm always open to their suggestions for improving work." Peter's team carries that same attitude through to the customer. "We'll listen to their ideas," he says, "and do everything we possibly can within the practical constraints of the project."
Jasmine Jordan - Kitchen Designer
Jasmine Jordan joined the Guyco Kitchens & Joinery team in June 2016 with 15 years kitchen design experience, 10 years of that being in the Whangarei market place. Jasmine attended the Eurocucina International Kitchen Furniture exhibition held in Milan, Italy.
Jasmine prides herself on her design approach which is "Listen to your client's ideas and follow their brief while providing practical design solutions to bring their ideas to life."
Heidi Dickey - Kitchen Designer
I believe the perfect kitchen is one that not only looks beautiful but most of all functions well. By establishing good relationships with clients and understanding what’s important to clients and identifying their must haves, I can bring their ideas together and come up with great solutions that will fit both their lifestyle and their budget.
Finding out what has and hasn’t worked in the past, being a good problem solver and working within budget is all part of achieving a great result.
Ian Scotland - Project Manager
I joined the Guyco Kitchens & Joinery team mid 2015 with 26 years in the industry. During this time I have worked on the tools, installed and supervised projects. I have extensive knowledge in all aspects of this field and as Project Manager; I am a key team member of our team. After the first initial contact with a client, I will then go out to site, take measurements, quote and then put the job into production. I will also organise any sub-contractors that are required. Overall, I take the stress away from the client and organise the project from start to finish ensuring the client gets the result they are after. I also manage any insurance work required and answer your queries. I enjoy coming up with new ideas and solutions in resolving any problems.
CONGRATULATIONS Tyla & Lance!!
|Whangarei's Tyla Dinsdale, left and NZ1's Thomas Webb battle it out at the front of a race in the 8-10 Cruiser class.||Tyla finishing first overall to take out the North Island titles.|
Local Rider Lance Dinsdale, taking on the NZ #2 for the 35-39 male cruiser group, Lance having to settle for North Island #2 this time round.
Little Khloe Dinsdale's first ever big event, was happy with her 10th spot and even happier to meet Sarah Walker.