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Jobs completed in the last 12 months:

Timeline :

November 1999

City Care is formed through the acquisition of the Works Operations Unit of Christchurch City Council

30 June 2000

Operating almost exclusively in Christchurch; 440 staff; $24 million revenue

30 June 2001

Operating almost exclusively in Christchurch; 449 staff; $44.2 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $13.89 million

April 2002

City Care commences operations in Auckland through the acquisition of staff and assets of Auckland company, Stargate Services Ltd

30 June 2002

Operating in Christchurch and Auckland; 451 staff; $47.7 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $14.78 million

30 June 2003

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Tauranga (also with contracts in Timaru and Ashburton); 550 staff; $52.5 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $15.68 million

July 2003

City Care commences five year contract to maintain Tauranga City Council’s water and wastewater network

September 2003

Starts contract for the electrical maintenance of pumping stations and treatment plants in Tauranga

December 2003

Banks Peninsula contract is extended for a further two years

January 2004

City Care’s depot in New Plymouth opens and commences the water and wastewater maintenance contract with New Plymouth District Council in February

November 2003

Wins stormwater construction contract with Franklin District Council

April 2004

Acquires Auckland directional drilling contractor, TUS

May 2004

City Care wins Otorohanga District Council water and wastewater contract

30 June 2004

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Tauranga and New Plymouth; 632 staff; $62.7 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $20.24 million

July 2004

City Care sells its waste management business

November 2004

Acquires Local Construction – a Christchurch-based civil and roading contractor, and merged this with the company’s roading division

30 June 2005

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Tauranga, New Plymouth, and a small number of satellite depots; 740 staff; $82.2 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $26.5 million; and provides services to over 600,000 people throughout the country

May 2005

City Care’s Tauranga, Auckland and New Plymouth branches assist with Civil Defence storm emergency works in Tauranga

Mid 2005

Successful implementation of City Care’s Award winning Behave Safe programme

October 2005

City Care’s roading division is awarded Christchurch City Council’s Northern Network maintenance contract (covering one-fifth of Christchurch’s roading network)

June 2006

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Tauranga, New Plymouth and Dunedin and a small number of satellite depots; 789 staff; $99.3 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $30.5 million; and provides services to just under 800,000 people throughout the country

July 2006

City Care starts new Dunedin City Council facilities maintenance contract

 

Starts a new contract with Tauranga City Council for the maintenance of approximately one-third of all their parks and sportsfields

September 2006

City Care commences work on the $5.6 million Shell Lyttelton Site One Redevelopment contract at the Port of Lyttelton

October 2006

Opens a new depot in Hawera and commences a water and wastewater network maintenance contract with South Taranaki District Council

June 2007

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Tauranga, New Plymouth and Dunedin and a small number of satellite depots; 842 staff; $101.7 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $41.3 million; and provides services to over 800,000 people throughout the country

July 2007

City Care opens a depot in Owera and commences a parks and coastal maintenance contract with Rodney District Council

 

Commences reticulation maintenance contract with Manukau Water Limited

August 2007

Commences electrical maintenance contract with Matamata-Piako District Council

November 2007

City Care joins ACC Partnership Programme

June 2008

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Tauranga, New Plymouth, Hawera, Wellington, Timaru and Dunedin and a small number of satellite depots; 972 staff; $115.2 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $46.6 million; and provides services to over 1.3 million people throughout the country

 

City Care thanks outgoing Chairman David Spence and welcomes new Chairman Tony King

July 2008

City Care opens its Wellington depot and commences the Facilities Management contract with Wellington City Council

 

Commences a water, wastewater and stormwater reticulation and pump station maintenance contract with Western Bay of Plenty District Council

October 2008

Opens Timaru depot and commences a water, wastewater and stormwater network maintenance contact with Timaru District Council

 

Commences a vegetation control and mowing services contract with Whakatane District Council

March 2009

City Care is a proud silver sponsor of the inaugural Christchurch-hosted Ellerslie International Flower Show

June 2009

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Rodney, Tauranga, New Plymouth, Hawera, Wellington, Timaru and Dunedin and a small number of satellite depots; 981 staff; $141.5 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $54.6 million; and provides services to just over 1.5 million people throughout the country

July 2009

Commences a water operations and maintenance services contract in Wellington with Capacity Infrastructure Services Ltd (incorporating Wellington City Council, Hutt City Council and Upper Hutt City Council)

 

City Care commences the Mt Maunganui/Papamoa reserves maintenance contract on behalf of Tauranga City Council

October 2009

Establishes a depot in Hamilton and commences a streets landscape maintenance contract with Hamilton City Council

December 2009

Commences a greenspace contract on Banks Peninsula on behalf of Christchurch City Council

June 2010

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Rodney, Hamilton, Tauranga, New Plymouth, Hawera, Wellington, Masterton, Timaru and Dunedin and a small number of satellite depots; 1,032 staff; $145.5 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $56.9 million; and provides services to just on 1.9 million people throughout the country

July 2010

City Care establishes a new depot in Masterton and commences a water and wastewater utilities maintenance services contract with Masterton District Council

 

Commences a national facilities management contract (managed out of Christchurch) on behalf of Greenstone Energy Limited (now Z Energy) – City Care’s first national contract

August 2010

Commences a general mowing contract on behalf of Upper Hutt City Council

September 2010

City Care is awarded ISO 14064, showing its commitment to managing and reducing its greenhouse gas emissions

 

Provides nationwide emergency resources to Christchurch City Council due to a 7.1 magnitude earthquake which causes significant damage to Christchurch’s buildings, water, wastewater and roading networks

January 2011

East Tamaki branch battles two major storms in two weekends

February 2011

City Care again provides nationwide emergency resources to Christchurch City Council due to a 6.3 magnitude earthquake which causes further major damage to an already fragile city

April 2011 

City Care is awarded Christchurch City Council’s Combined Central and Northern road maintenance contract

July 2011

Feilding depot opens and commences a water and wastewater maintenance contract on behalf of Manawatu District Council

September 2011

City Care joins Fulton Hogan, Downer, MacDow and Fletchers in signing the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team (SCIRT)agreement to rebuild Christchurch’s essential horizontal services

 

Hastings depot opens and commences a water and wastewater utilities maintenance contract for the Hastings District Council

February 2012

Won Auckland Council’s West Parks full facility maintenance contract, with the Rodney office relocating to Waitakere

May 2012

Won a water, wastewater and stormwater contract on behalf of the New Plymouth District Council

July 2012

Commences the Franklin water and wastewater contract for Watercare

June 2012

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, New Plymouth, Hawera, Hastings, Manawatu, Wellington, Masterton and Timaru and a small number of satellite depots;1,337 staff; $354.047 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $80.462 million; and provides services to over two million people throughout the country

 February 2013

City Care launches a vertical construction service offering for the first time, with the establishment of its Building Construction division. The Building Construction team's first major project is the rebuild of Trimble's NZ headquarters in Birmingham Drive, Christchurch

 June 2013

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Whakatane, Tauranga, New Plymouth, Hawera, Hastings, Masterton, Manawatu, Wellington and Timaru; 1650 staff; $351.147 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $102.795 million.

 February 2014

Won the contract to maintain Dunedin City Council's water and wastewater network

 June 2014

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Tauranga, Whakatane, New Plymouth, Hastings, Manawatu, Greytown, Masterton, Wellington, Timaru and Dunedin; 1543 staff; $350,804 million revenue; wages paid to staff total $110 million 

June 2015

Operating in Christchurch, Auckland, Tauranga, Whakatane, New Plymouth, Hastings, Manawatu, Greytown, Masterton, Wellington, Timaru and Dunedin; 1473 staff; $334 million revenue

July 2016

Won the contract to maintain Dunedin City Council's Parks Maintenance - South