Lattey Civil & Precast has a personnel culture that fosters open communication and mutual respect. A tight-knit team with direct contact between the Company Directors and Apprentice Concrete Worker means that we are closely connected to your project. Our people have a wealth of experience and industry contacts to ensure that your venture receives careful consideration.

Mark Donnelly

Mark has spent over three decades working in the construction industry in New Zealand and the South Pacific, in this time Mark served twenty three years with Lattey Civil Engineers and since 2012 is now one of two directors of Lattey Civil & Precast. Mark is responsible for the day to day management of the Civil Division including Crane Hire, Bridges, Panel Erection and Piling.

Mike Rabbitte

Since graduating in 1997, Mike has gained extensive experience in the UK in supervisory roles on large projects. He returned to New Zealand in 2004 to raise a family and had been with Lattey Civil Engineers until becoming a Director of Lattey Civil & Precast Ltd. Mike is responsible for the management of the Precast production facility including pricing of contracts, H.R. and quality supervision.

Richard Flanagan

As a skilled CAD Draughtsman with extensive experience, Richard is able to take a set of poorly drawn and often complex construction drawings and produce working drawings that are easily understood by both client and contractor. Richard’s work ensures that components will be produced to a high standard with minimal time delays.

Denis Adams

Dennis has over twenty eight years of continuous experience operating and maintaining mobile, tracked and tower cranes. At Lattey Civil & Precast he is responsible for the operations of our fleet of cranes and our crane operators.

John Fisher

John started with Lattey’s in 1984 building Bridges, Precasting Components and Panels for Civil, Commercial and Private Projects in Hastings and the Central Lower North Island. Over the years, John has been involved with the many changes within the Company and within the Industry. John was made Foreman of the Precast Yard in the early 1990’s. He became one of the first BCITO Qualified Precaster’s in the Country in the early 2000’s and has trained many apprentices since. John has grown with the Company and is now Projects Manager for Precast.

Scott Dobson

Scott is employed as the Civil Projects Manager within Lattey Group. He has worked in the Construction Industry for the last 20 years, in and around Hawkes Bay. Scott has a vast range of experience in Concrete, Foundations and Pavement. His understanding and knowledge of all facets of Residential, Commercial and Civil Construction produce a sound skill set.

Susan Rabbitte

Susan Rabbitte is originally from Northern Ireland. She gained her undergraduate degree in Natural Science (Geology) from Trinity College, Dublin. From there she travelled to the goldfields of Western Australia and worked as an exploration geologist, well logging and sampling. Then it was back to the UK to study for a post-graduate degree in petroleum geology at Imperial College, London. Remaining in London Susan moved into the environmental sector and spent 6 years involved in the investigation of brownfield redevelopment sites, with a particular focus on the characterisation and remediation of hydrocarbon contamination within both soil and groundwater. A move to New Zealand followed, and settling in Hawke’s Bay almost 11years ago her skills expanded to meet a local need for groundwater quantity assessment. This now forms the bulk of her workload as she provides farmers, industrial/commercial operations and local councils with the science and consenting requirements to obtain and maintain their groundwater abstractions. This includes initial well / or well field location advice, aquifer pump test planning and data analysis and on-going monitoring and reporting. Throughout her time in NZ Susan has always maintained her interest in the environmental sector and is regularly involved in site investigation and remediation projects. Most often these take the form of site investigations associated with the redevelopment of former horticultural land, but may also include industrial sites. Assessments are usually undertaken as a pre-purchase due diligence or they may be required under the National Environmental Standard for Assessing and Managing Contaminants in Soil to Protect Human Health.