Director and founder of B&W Consulting, Robyn has been managing large and challenging relocation projects for more than 18 years, establshing B&W in 2004. Whilst her speciality is relocating healthcare facilities, which began with the planning and execution of staff, approximately 400 patients and clinical and non-clinical services at Auckland, Green Lane, and National Women's Hospitals, Robyn has worked with a huge variety of organisations in New Zealand and Australia.
Robyn manages B&W, providing support as and when required to the B&W Team and enjoys continuing to grow B&W’s reputation and range of services. New clients and projects are welcomed at any time.
Andrea joined the B&W team in August 2010 and during 2011 and 2012 primarily planned and managed relocations for the Auckland Council (Super City). Since that time Andrea has worked for a number of B&W clients including Fonterra, Fletcher Building, Spark, NZME, Stuff and Chorus, engagements which have often included significant corporate space planning. Andrea’s work on the NZME project included the planning and management to relocate approximately 1000 staff (inclusive of the News Room and Radio Stations), in addition to playing a key role in the stacking (space planning) of the building.
Since January 2017 Andrea has managed space planning and resultant complex moves of staff within and between buildings for Spark, most recently to support their move to an Agile environment. Andrea has also relocated CCL and is currently working with the Public Defence Service in Auckland.
Kim joined the B&W team in September 2013 primarily to manage the return of BNZ to Harbour Quays in Wellington. Kim has undertaken repeat business for BNZ, IRD, Spark and moves for the Ministry of Culture and Heritage, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, Stuff, and Wellington City Council.
In 2016, Kim managed the relocation of approximately 2000 Ministry of Social Development staff in Wellington and the Exit of their buildings post move. Late in 2017, Kim managed the relocation and consolidation of Weltec and Whitireia from multiple campuses around Wellington and Porirua into one new Institute of Creativity. This included, Beauty School, Carpentry, Music, Trades School, Performing Arts and Film School. Following the relocations, Kim managed the exit of each site.
Kim has considerable experience scheduling and managing the fit out of premises with new FF&E and is currently working with Spark and AgResearch.
Working within the corporate accommodation team at Auckland Council for some years, Toni was welcomed into the B&W team in 2017.
Since joining B&W, Toni has planned and managed multiple moves for the University of Auckland which have included not only office relocations but scientific laboratories and other specialised spaces. She has also lead relocations for NZ Police (Auckland Custody Unit), Auckland Council, and provided valuable additional resourcing at Spark.
During 2011 and 2012 Lisa successfully planned and managed the return of Collections and staff to the refurbished National Library in Wellington. This project was possibly the largest volume move ever undertaken in New Zealand and was hugely complex, requiring incredible attention to detail to meet the client's exacting standards and to ensure the protection of the priceless collections.
Lisa also planned and managed the relocation of approximately 2500 Inland Revenue staff in Wellington. Staff were originally accommodated within nine CBD buildings and were relocated into three CBD buildings. The move included a large Call Centre, evidentiary material, a Library, large holdings of records and a significant amount of re-use furniture.
More recently Lisa has managed projects for Inland Revenue (Upper Hutt and Wellington CBD Restack Project), Spark, Stuff, Trustpower, BNZ, Chorus, Tauranga City Council and Zespri.
Pamela joined the B&W Team in 2010 and in the early years managed the relocation of 100’s of staff at Auckland Council as part of the standing up of the Super City. The University of Auckland then required a B&W resource to plan and manage ongoing relocations which present a wide variety of requirements from traditional office spaces to specialised scientific instrumentation requiring resources from overseas;, collections of visual resources; libraries, rocks, fossils and moa bones and more.
Pamela has also managed relocations for Goodman Fielder (including the test bakery), NZ Police, Spark, Harrison Grierson, and ACG. Pam is currently B&W’s lead for ongoing Auckland Council relocations, Jarden Bank and The Heart Group.
Whilst working for BNZ in the role of Project Manager – Interior Fitout, Julia worked with Robyn and some years later began working for B&W. Julia has a Bachelor of Property (BProp) and her experience includes delivering an interior fitout that achieved a minimum 4-star Green Star Interior Fitout rating, procurement management, project and contract management.
Since joining B&W Julia has filled the role of Furniture and Fit out Project Manager for Datacom’s new premises for 1000 staff as well as planning and managing moves for Spark, Auckland Council, Fonterra, Stuff, Vynco Telegistics and BNZ. During 2019 Julia has planned and managed complex moves for the University of Auckland, most notably for the School of Engineering.