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Dexter Balgos

Senior Associate

A Mechanical Engineer by profession, Dexter started his career overseas in electronics assembly and facilities maintenance, joining Pacific Commissioning in 2010. During his tenure at Pacific, Dexter has seen the business grow into the country’s largest commissioning engineering business.

Working on a diverse range of projects throughout his career, including hospitals, malls, schools and airports has provided Dexter with experience in all types of buildings and sectors, as well as across the Pacific Commissioning suite of roles. Adept at troubleshooting and maintenance, he likes to get under the hood of a problem to solve it, combining logical thinking with decades of experience.

Dexter’s personable approach and focus on the people-side of projects has made him a client favourite for both his technical skills and attitude.


Recent Projects

Savill South 

Pacific Commissioning’s role: ICA 

Extending the logistical capacity for its client, this brand new distribution and logistical hub with office space in Auckland’s Otahuhu takes advantage of a unique position with direct rail access for its goods. A focus on sustainability is important for the client, as it aims for 5 Green Star compliance. Pacific Commissioning’s role includes testing all services including lighting, air conditioning, water supply and fire protection to ensure compliance with the design. Once these are signed off, the building will be handed over to be put into its intended use. 

Ōtāhuhu Pool and Leisure Centre 

Pacific Commissioning’s role: Building Services Coordination 

An addition to the original Otahuhu Recreation Centre, this project refurbished the existing facilities and constructed a new library, aquatic centre and fitness centre. Winning accolades from client Auckland Council, this popular building is much-loved destination for locals, with extensive landscaping that reflects the diversity and vibrancy of the Otahuhu Community. As well as the positive impacts on mental and physical health, the community deserved a high-quality recreational facility to be proud of and it is being embraced in the way it was intended to.

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