The Aotea Group is made up of a series of individual companies, each privately owned by management shareholders working within the business and in partnership with senior shareholders from Dunedin and Christchurch. This partnership provides a common bond between the companies so that they smoothly act as a group.


In addition to these individual Aotea companies, the directors formed a national entity in 2010 called the Aotea Group Holdings Ltd (AGHL). This company is proportionally owned by all Aotea companies and the board consists of senior Aotea business owners. The AGHL has been a valuable asset in ensuring all Aotea companies provide a uniform service and benefit from the sharing of inter-company knowledge and group buying power.


The Aotea culture and systems are mirrored across all our companies. This essentially gives each company access to the largest cohesive electrical workforce in New Zealand.

In the past we have successfully combined our resources where individual project requirements have exceeded the available local resources. Recent projects utilizing this method of delivery include the Globe gold mine at Reefton, the upgrade of the Smithfield freezing works in Timaru and the Kawarau Falls hotel development site in Queenstown.

Knox College Refurbishment