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Andrew Cairney

Technical Director

After graduating with qualifications in Science and Engineering, Andrew, now one of Pacific Commissioning most highly experienced project managers and construction experts, fuses his technical building services expertise with his comprehensive contractual and technical understanding of the built environment.

Andrew has led an impressive range of projects, including new builds, infrastructure modifications and building repurposing. He has managed structural teams on high rise offices and shopping centres, and project managed office fitouts, schools, campuses, apartments and data centres.

A personal highlight was the iconic ‘Cloud’ event structure on Queen’s Wharf for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. His extensive data centre experience is a strong asset for the Pacific team as he leads and mentors teams on this growing area of construction.

From coordinating designs to advising clients and most things in between, Andrew is motivated by tackling a difficult project or situation and bringing it to fruition. Extremely client-focused, Andrew understands the importance of developing strong, working-relationships to successful project outcomes, and he is often requested by previous clients to lead new projects.


Recent Projects



Pacific Commissioning and Coordination are specialists in commissioning and verifying mission critical infrastructure. This can be challenging, but nowhere more so than within a live environment. PC&C are proud to have been able to provide Services Coordination and Commissioning Management for many of Datacom’s Data Centre expansion (and new build) projects since 2008.

Ormiston Hospital


PC&C are proud to be a part of the Savory Construction team delivering the Ormiston Hospital expansion. Adjacent Botany Junction in south Auckland, this project will nearly double the size of the existing private healthcare facility and includes a new ward and endoscopy services. Embedding into the Savory team our engineers provide the project team with specialist healthcare knowledge and skills. We do what we do best allowing the rest of the team to do the same. Nowhere is a skilled and competent team more important than healthcare where lives can depend upon everything working as it should.

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