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Shaping Lands
Growing Futures

Grounds & Services Limited

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VISION

We’re shaping our lands to grow for the future.

Grounds & Services Limited (GSL) is a New Zealand owned and nationwide operated company, bringing together a diverse range of specialist skills that we utilise in a cohesive way to provide high-quality outcomes for our clients.

 

We complete large scale projects for major clients in both urban and rural areas.

Civil

Construction

The GSL team complete major works for commercial and residential clients.

Our civil construction division have highly experienced staff to complete a wide scope of projects, from commercial concrete and asphalt car parks, kerb and channelling, roading, and the construction of footpaths, driveways and concrete structures. 

We also complete specialised civil works from pools through to subdivision playgrounds

GSL Civil Construction
GSL Open Spaces

Open Spaces

GSL provide an outstanding range of open space services, including specialist mowing services, hydro seeding, landscaping, construction, sports turf development and maintenance, ground spraying and pest plant control.

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WHY Grounds & Services Limited?

A different approach, using groundbreaking technology.

We pride ourselves on utilising innovation, technology, sound environmental practices and safe operating procedures to deliver client specifications, on time and within budget.

We offer superior co-ordination - bringing together people, plant and equipment to all our projects.

GSL Team

GSL in Numbers

85

Team Members

1000+

Projects

5

Core
Teams

50

Partners

Stronger Together

The Omah Group

Grounds & Services Limited is a business unit within the Omah Group of Companies. The Group is geographically spread across the North and South Islands operating from 4 fixed office locations.

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