Nelson & Tasman
Motueka High School is one of Programmed Property Service’s iconic sites in the Tasman.
Nelson & Tasman Property Services Office Information
Location:53c Bolt Road, Tahunanui, Nelson 7011
Contact Number: 03 547 1366
Office Scope: From as far as Blenheim and Nelson in the North, to Kaikoura in the East, Takaka in the West and down to Franz Joseph in South Westland.
Our Nelson office boasts a local presence of more than 23 years. It is a full-service branch offering you end-to-end painting and maintenance services. We have locally based painters and project management teams, meaning we can offer you the benefits of local knowledge and fast turnarounds.
Our team can get both large and small jobs done quickly to minimise inconvenience, and offer several customised programmes designed to suit our clients’ wants and needs. For you, that means you’ll get your property looking superb in next to no time! Service is professional and outcomes are always just as you’d want them.
We couldn’t be prouder of the iconic sites and lasting partnerships our Nelson team has worked.
Here are a few of our sites:
- Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
- Nelson Marlborough District Health Board
- Tasman District Council
- Sealords Group Ltd
- Over 60% of Nelson Schools
- Pernod Ricard Winery
- RNZAF Woodbourne
- Hokitika Airport
- ANZCO Foods
- Fire & Emergency New Zealand
Lyel Stewart started the Nelson office in November 1998 and has grown this to be one of the most consistently top performing branches in New Zealand. Lyel has industry knowledge spanning 24 years and is passionate about building strong client relationships; some of which have been working with him from the beginning.
The office strength relates to Lyel’s commitment to developing staff to be the very best that they can be, and also his focus on health and safety in everyday work. Lyel says his strong client relationship has also been a huge part of their success.
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