Latest News & Projects
The Plant People maintain the grounds at College of St John the Evangelist, which spans three hectares across the East Auckland suburb of St Johns.
Given the reverence we place on the function of our cemeteries with regards to the living, it is of the utmost importance that we maintain these spaces to the highest standards.
It’s our policy at The Plant People to ensure that our team always has access to reliable, up to date equipment.
Every rose has its thorns, so they say, however, there are roses at St John’s Theological College that also have a wonderful historical story to tell.
Alessandro has joined a select group of fewer than 3000 people across New Zealand by completing Site Safe’s Certificate in Construction Site Safety.
We’re proud to lend our green fingers to one of New Zealand’s historic places and to play our – unseen but vital – role in many happy memories for the people of Auckland and beyond.
Our team are proud of the standard of the billiard table-esque playing surface at The Footy Field and are delighted that it sees year-round action.
The Plant People were contracted by Auckland Airport to build the bike trail, aptly named Runway Mountain Bike Park, situated behind The Warehouse at Auckland Airport.
The Plant People are responsible for the maintenance of the living roof as well as the gardens and lawns surrounding Te Kaituna.
Our landscape construction team originally built The Esplanade, and now The Plant People provide ongoing landscape maintenance services to Auckland Airport. Our regular programme includes mowing and general garden maintenance tasks.
The Plant People’s Christchurch division have a number of bridge construction projects underway at Ravenswood Commercial Subdivision in North Canterbury.
Our Environmental Team assisted Sustainable Coastlines on Saturday 29th September at the Auranga Development in Drury.
Reset Urban Design enlisted The Plant People to give their Hurstmere Road office a visual boost with a lush selection of indoor plants.
Our Environmental team attended the 2018 Water New Zealand Conference & Expo with The Plant People winning ‘Best Exhibition Stand (Single)'.
Ngahau – it means fun – the simple, carefree word that provided the inspiration for this playground constructed in the new residential development at Totara Heights.