HERE at the Todd Mudie Group we’re fair buzzing! Finalists last year, and winners this year, the mood among our team after picking up the prestigious Construction Industry Category at the Business Excellence Awards 2014 is happy, high-spirited — and humble. Humble because this, as Group principal Todd Mudie says, “is a huge honour, especially for the guys. It shows how far we have come and how we have grown”.

“Humble also because we were up against some tough competition too and the fact we got across the line is huge for us in the future,” he says.
The awards, sponsored by Aoraki Development, Business and Tourism, were judged by entrepreneurship expert Dr Leith Oliver, Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce chief executive Peter Townsend, Redesign managing-director Jo Pennycuick, and the managing-director of 100 per cent Pure New Zealand Honey, Steve Lyttle.
Todd has a special word of thanks to those judges and the organisers of the awards generally, but also has a special mention:
“I would like to especially say thank you to Janet Hogan and Raewyn Bell from Aoraki Development Business and Tourism who were instrumental in getting us back in this year and gave us the confidence to do so.”

Todd said that being judged winners by the Group’s peers and by judges of the calibre of the awards was a real honour.

VIEW NEWSLETTER HERE...

Read more ...

Well we did it, we won our Business Excellence Construction Industry Award 2014!

We are really pleased to be in the Timaru Herald today alongside some very talented award winning companies. We would like to congratulate the finalists in our category, High Country Carpentry and Richards Building, and everyone who has supported us through out the years. Photos from the awards night are here: www.southcanterbury.org.nz/awards and on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ToddMudieGroup

Our all-weather protection system keeps our team on the job, protects our work, and helps meet deadlines. When builders and clients need that job completed whatever the weather... we innovate! Our all-weather protection system keeps our team on the job, protects our work, and helps meet deadlines. It’s simple, but ingenious; portable, yet sturdy. Above all, it adds to our on-site efficiencies, allowing jobs to be completed in inclement weather. And that means streamlining our services for our builder clients allowing them to meet their deadlines too. And in developing this innovation we have added a new word to the language of plasterers — Awps. It stands for All-Weather Protection System. Designed by our team themselves, Awps has come at considerable financial cost, but the driving factor was not cost but increased efficiencies, especially during these winter months when short daylight hours mean any bad weather downtime halted work for the entire day. Awps is a first in our industry...
VIEW NEWSLETTER HERE...

Read more ...

Step safely

It’s one of those things we take for granted in life. When our feet hit the floor each morning we expect to be able to stand, move about, climb stairs, wander down to the mailbox, visit shopping malls, swimming pools, take the dog for a walk. But it doesn’t always happen that way and when the ground or floors we walk on just seem to slip-slide away from under us, often it’s a trip to the hospital — where there are more tiles, and shiny floor surfaces to negotiate. And as we head out of what some might call a summer in New Zealand and towards a winter when frost and snow just add to our slippery woes, one South Canterbury company is preparing make our footsteps and treads safer with a huge range of revolutionary products that include matting for factories, offices and homes, animal housing and float treads, stair nosings, coatings for timber, tiles, concrete and pathways, grip tape for boat decks or other slippery-when-wet surfaces, and New Zealand Food Safety Authority-approved cleaning solutions for hospitality and wider industrial applications...
VIEW NEWSLETTER HERE...

Read more ...

Welcome to our "no limits" trade magazine

VIEW NEWSLETTER HERE...

Just like the Todd Mudie Group, our trendy No Limits Magazine is growing in popularity serving and giving a mention to our clients, suppliers, customers and builders in South Canterbury. In each issue we will bring you industry news and developments, look at our key people in profiles, bring you our latest promotions and keep you up to date with what’s happening in our technologies. It’s no accident that we call our new look trade magazine “No Limits”. One glance at a newcomer logo in the masthead will tell you why. Yes, Resene is now on board with us and the Todd Mudie Group is proud to announce subsidiary Elite Plaster Coatings’ new accreditation with Resene Construction and Plaster Systems. It’s a major advance for our rapidly expanding company Elite Plaster Coatings and we are pleased to now be able to offer to South Canterbury builders and architects the Resene exterior plaster systems from PSL Ltd...

Read more ...

BEA Logo 2013 250We are in the running for "'ANZ Peoples Choice Award' at the Awards Event on 30 August 2013" South Canterbury Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards Finalists Announced for 2013.

The judges have read, digested and assessed the 2013 entries. Todd Mudie Group are finalisits in the Construction Industry Award category. Thirty-one businesses have been named finalists in the South Canterbury Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards 2013. The finalists in each of the seven categories of the awards were officially announced yesterday. The awards are organised by Aoraki Development Business and Tourism (ADBT). "The Business Excellence Awards are the premier business awards for our region, and it's been fantastic to see the quality of entries we have had for the awards this year," ADBT chief executive Wendy Smith said. "Looking at the list of finalists, you will see some of the top businesses in their sectors. Becoming a finalist, winning a category or becoming the supreme award winner at the awards is a huge endorsement for your business and creates a fantastic promotional opportunity. It can be tremendous recognition for the hard work and dedication of your staff. The gala awards evening will be held on August 30 2013. Learn more: southcanterbury.org.nz/awards

Waste-Awareness-December-2011 Page 18 Image 0002TIMARU Waste Management

Paul Mackay (left) Todd Mudie Plastering training manager receives the Timaru District Council’s '3-2-1-ZERO' Zero Waste to Landfill trophy from Timaru mayor, Janie Annear, for efforts in the council’s gib-recycling scheme. At right is Glen Cormack, TMP operations manager.