Kerry Drainage is one of Auckland’s most experienced and capable infrastructure drainage contractors with long-term proven capability in undertaking and managing civil construction works in the Auckland region.
Key members of our team :
Pat McHugh, Director and Contracts Supervisor
Company owner and Contracts Supervisor, Pat has 30 years experience in the stormwater and wastewater industry in Auckland. Pat provides a hands on approach to each project. His technical skills have earned him a reputation as a Best Practice industry expert and he is known for his ability to trouble-shoot design issues and provide pragmatic solutions. Email
Trevor Greyling, Contracts Manager
Trevor has 15 years experience on major civil engineering projects in Auckland, South Africa and Africa. He is well versed in managing complex multidisciplinary teams on significant civil, drainage, roading, structures and services projects. Recent local projects include Lynn Reserve Tomo Remediation for Auckland Council, New Lynn Stormwater Project for Auckland Council and the Southdown Container Yard improvements for Kiwirail. In South Africa, Trevor project managed large scale roading projects including the successful delivery of Project EThekwini Package 3 involving over 350 personnel and subcontractors building over 4km of roads including blasting for bulk earthworks, reallocation of services, stormwater and widening of a bridge over a live railway. Email
Julia Bailey, Site Engineer
As Site Engineer, Julia's brings technical expertise in design & specifications review; works programming, planning, tracking and implementing; financial costing; project procurement; inspection of testing ITPs and QA, site monitoring; stakeholder engagement & management and developing project strategies including temporary works. Recent projects include Lake View Rd Takapuna Flood Mitigation Upgrade Works, Email
Tim Byrnes, Site Supervisor
Tim is an experienced Site Safety Supervisor with technical expertise in drilling / microtunnelling, sewer and stormwater separations and confined space entries.