Safari Group was founded by Robert Neil and Stephen Taylor in 1996, and since 2005 their construction integrated focus and expertise has allowed them to complete many of their own developments. A group of businesses that has already weathered the economic downturn of the global recession, now has its second generation of both the Neil’s and Taylor’s working alongside Robert and Stephen. Safari Group is dedicated to its developments and maintains a hands-on role from concept through to completion by acting as the project managers, development managers. All developments to date have been constructed by Safari Construction Limited. All equity funding comes from within the Safari Group of Companies shareholders and this allows Safari Group to live up to its motto of Value through Quality and Efficiency and deliver premium properties to the market that we can all be proud of.

The following developments are currently under construction or within the development phases: Ramada Newmaket in Auckland, La Quinta Kawarau River in Queenstown, Ramada Wellington and Ramada Central Park Greenlane in Auckland.

Please refer to our website for further details
and previous projects.
Phone: +64 9 358 1735


Studio 37, formed in 2000, has amassed a portfolio of award winning work throughout the country. Specializing in hotel, multi- residential, mixed use and heritage projects, we work collaboratively with our clients, consultants and construction teams to deliver thoughtful, efficient and well considered projects of a high standard.

Studio 37 has a driving passion to deliver projects responsive to their environment and communities through rigorous design, research and collaboration, with a focus on exceeding the aspirations of the residents and users.

Studio 37 prides itself on its ability to work in a team environment and drive design excellence, through innovation, communication and attention to detail. We share a common goal with our key stakeholders to work through the challenges to achieve great projects that sit well in the environment.