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Matt Klee

Senior Associate

Engineering was an obvious career choice for Matt with his high school marks in maths and science. Achieving a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical), Matt chose a path of project management within the engineering sphere.
Matt’s methodical approach, adherence to process and attention to detail are a winning trifecta in his role at Pacific Commissioning, enabling him to seek out all the information required before assessing the situation and recommending solutions.
With an agility across all types of projects and buildings, teamwork is important to Matt and his relaxed, personable approach helps put clients at ease. His cool head is an asset to successful teamwork, especially in high pressure situations.
Playing a role in the technical process of seeing a new building being created, commissioned and ready for use drives Matt in his career, fusing his technical knowledge with the people skills involved in project management.


Recent Projects

Projects Pullman

Pacific Commissioning’s role: Building Services Coordination

As New Zealand and the world open up again after the Covid-19 restrictions, a new 5-star hotel at Auckland Airport’s International Terminal is a fitting kickstart to the welcome return of visitors and immigrants to our shores. 

The 311 room hotel was in the early stages of structural build when Covid hit. It was placed on hold for several months in 2020 and then transitioned to a shell and core project before the fitout began in 2022. Because the build veered from the usual build cycle, Pacific Commissioning pivoted to embrace the new challenges.

Now a uniquely Kiwi experience awaits hotel guests with a focus on a luxurious stay at the end of what is often a long journey to get here.

Civic Administration Building (CAB)

Pacific Commissioning’s role: Building Services Coordination

With a renowned history as New Zealand’s first skyscraper, Auckland’s Civic Administration Building on the edge of Aotea Square was completed in 1966, becoming the home of local government.

Now reinvented as a high-end apartment building, this iconic modernist building has Category A heritage status under the Unitary Plan, which has added complexity to its redevelopment.

The building was stripped back to its structural steel before being rebuilt and although the CAB looks much the same on the outside, inside has been transformed into contemporary luxury, an award-winning project for the build team.

The rebuild involved intense and complex design requirements, with high specifications. Pacific Commissioning’s role focused on ensuring requirements were met and contractors adhered to the highest level of quality. 


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