Having a crew experienced in residential construction gives the you, customer: Higher quality, more consistent quality control and seamless communication. It also removes the need for costly mark-up from other subcontractors and leaves co-ordinating many different sub-trades to one contact – us. CJ Industries also look after health and safety requirements, council, surveyor and engineers’ inspections and other requirements.

We offer the following:

  • Timber or rock retaining walls
  • Kerb & channel and concrete nib
  • Timber sleepers or timber edging
  • Drainage sumps and soak holes
  • Slot-drains or concrete dish-channels
  • Supply and spread topsoil
  • Full excavation and construction of the pavement required
  • Supply and spread loose chip or gravel as a running course
  • Asphalt surfacing
  • Chip seal surfacing
  • Concrete with a finish of your choice
  • Horse arena construction
Check out some residential case studies:
Kaiteri Castle Demolition
CJ Industries won the contract for a deconstruction and demolition of “The Castle” over-looking the Abel Tasman National Park.   This project took over a month and involved navigating into a difficult entrance with machinery as well as trucks which removed over 1000m3 materials to be recycled  and to waste.
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Residential Asphalt Driveway
In this project CJ Asphalt were approached to find a solution to up-grade an existing failing residential chip seal driveway on the Richmond hills. CJ Asphalt handled everything in the project including: Earthworks Supply, level and compact AP40 Construction for passing bays and turnaround area Rock drainage swale Wooden edging Asphalt preparation Supply and lay 30mm Asphalt to the prepared pavement The result was outstanding...
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Aggregate Supply

CJ Industries Ltd have extensive processing equipment to crush, wash and size rock extracted from our Quarries.

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Our Quarries

There are two types of quarries CJ Industries extract rock from: Alluvial Rock and Hard Rock

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