We offer an impressive range of services and expertise designed to please. We have gained high praise from customers over the years for our ability to meet (if not exceed) their needs in concreting, foundations, retaining and landscaping. From the start of the build process to the end, BaseUp can complete all your exterior hard surfaces and landscape requirements.

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Our Values

We promise to provide exceptional service to cater for our clients’ needs from the base up. We’re committed to looking after our clients throughout the Bay of Plenty, Waikato and Auckland, we’re set on creating sturdy foundations for their future.

Our Vision

To be the go-to, one-stop shop for all your exterior hard surfaces and landscaping requirements.

Our Mission

To ensure a quality service that pleases – delivered on time and within budget.


Our diverse and experienced team includes licensed building practitioners, landscape designers, and concrete specialists. Our talent base also covers health and safety, quantity surveying, and construction and business management.

Kyle O’Brien

Managing Director

Kyle established BaseUp in 2012 after owning and operating a building and renovation company. Kyle holds qualifications in leadership and management and is a licensed building practitioner. He is responsible for implementing company policy and overall strategy and manages BaseUp’s national partnerships and key accounts. Kyle is proud of this well-qualified, multi-talented team.

Group Business Manager

Leo oversees all business activities. His multitude of talents includes a diploma in quantity surveying, one in construction management, and another in business management. Previous work experience includes working as a retail and development manager. He finds it a pleasure to work for a company that takes such good care of its clients and employees.

General Operations Manager

Jason joined BaseUp to start the Landscape Division for Kyle and has overseen its success and growth for the last six years. He comes from a strong background in Engineering and commercial construction and has a Diploma in Landscape Design.

Having worked with leading Landscape Designers and installers as a Project Manager here and overseas it helps find good solutions for those difficult sites. In his current role Jason works with all our team members across the company to assist them in delivering quality projects for all our clients.

Coral Jackson

Compliance Manager

Coral has qualifications in workplace first aid, has a Bachelor of Physical Education(hons) degree, and fire warden and fire extinguisher certification. Before coming to BaseUp, Coral dedicated nearly 25 years working in relationship manager and health and safety roles with ACC and then CMT Excavations. She enjoys working for a company that is highly regarded in the industry.

Foundation Division Manager

Joe oversees all aspects of foundations from pricing and scheduling to client relationships, plus he manages the foundations team. Prior to this he was Construction Manager.  Joe brings 20 years’ building industry experience to BaseUp (he has carpentry trade certification). The team, the colleagues, and BaseUp’s progressive approach make coming to work a pleasure, he says.

Auckland Manager

Ken’s work focus is on Auckland developments, project management, quoting and sales. Clients and the BaseUp team benefit from his wide-spread experience in the finance, insurance and hospitality sectors. He has studied business and financial management, marketing and technology. He enjoys his job’s fast pace, high energy, and learning opportunities.

Retaining Manager

Phil’s job involves team management, ordering, inspections and quoting, coordinating and scheduling of workloads. Prior to joining BaseUp back in 2008, he worked for a retaining company, spent time in farming, earth works and demolition and completed a panel-beating apprenticeship. Phil has a passion for delivering an excellent, finished product.

Landscape Consultant

Dani holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies majoring in landscape architecture and offers specialised landscaping advice at BaseUp. She has worked as a landscape designer / consultant and labourer. Dani is driven to achieve the best landscaping solution for clients. She believes the creative aspect of her job elevates a project.

Landscape Operations Manager

Jayden’s working day encompasses work scheduling, staff and project co-ordination, logistics and problem solving … and some administration and IT tasks. He has landscaping and drainage skills, backed with qualifications in management, horticulture and agriculture. He enjoys the challenges of his job, the professional culture and the company of his team mates.

Landscape Consultant

Formerly a BaseUp Landscape Team Leader, Stephen moved into design and sales. He once owned a landscaping business and worked in orchard development and maintenance. He was involved in impressive park development projects, including UK Royal Parks assignments. Creating unique urban environments gives him great pleasure, as does being  part of a high achieving team.

Morey Bulling

Site Manager / Commercial

Morey has his eye on quality and accuracy, supervising and coordinating his team and sub-contractors, and ensuring equipment is up to standard. His many years working in the concrete industry includes substantial projects in Christchurch. Tauranga Crossing development and Tauranga Eastern Link toll road are sizeable jobs he has been involved with. He enjoys being part of a big team.

Dion Jones

Concrete Operations Manager

Dion’s career has involved 30 years focused on concrete, within both the residential and commercial sector. He spent a memorable five years in Christchurch involved in the city’s rebuild after the devastating earthquakes. Client interaction and satisfaction are highlights for Dion and working with clients to get the desired outcome is a key element in managing his projects.

Thomas Cullen

Landscape Consultant

Tom’s average work day includes meeting with clients to discuss their concrete and landscaping needs, designing and drawing plans, and quantifying and quoting jobs. Before joining BaseUp he fine-tuned his gardening, landscape design and customer services schools. While studying he found time for lifeguard work too. Tom enjoys the learning opportunities and new challenges available at BaseUp.

Daniel Hill

Construction Manager

Daniel’s job involves more than managing construction. Add to the mix problem solving, invoicing, task delegation, data entry, plan detailing and material ordering, and liaising with clients. He enjoys the constant learning and opportunity to evolve his role. He rates his co-workers and bosses highly too.

Tyla Welsh


Tyla is charged with taking care of accounts (both receivable and payable) and helps out with required building paperwork for jobs. She also tackles various daily errands and enjoys the fact no day is the same. She says her workplace has a high level of professionalism and support for staff. It’s also a place where everyone knows how to have a laugh.



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Phone: 0508 BASEUP

Office: 07 574 3403


Postal Address:
PO Box 14094,
Tauranga Mail Centre,
Bay of Plenty, 3143