When the weather’s good, you can count on local builders to build for you

From the airy warehouse space of a nearby construction site to the spacious office space of an architectural firm, the North Island is home to a thriving local art and architecture scene.

But what can you expect from a builder working in one of the region’s most notoriously cold places?

That’s the question the editors of Vice News were asking the owners of the most popular building firms in the North island.

We wanted to find out.

We asked the owners to tell us how they build in North Island towns, and where they go to the shops and restaurants to do it.

They told us: I build my own house I have a couple of different things I work in a lot of different places, like a building company and a construction company.

I’ve worked at some of the biggest companies in Northland and have had my share of bad times.

One of my clients, who I call Mr Big, said he’d only ever built in a city centre, because he had a lot more experience there.

“In the north it’s very different to the south,” he said.

“When I was younger, I worked in the east coast and was living in the city centre.

When Mr Big first moved to the North, his company had only a handful of employees and it was struggling. “

Then I would go to a building site in the west coast and have a week or two off.”

When Mr Big first moved to the North, his company had only a handful of employees and it was struggling.

He was looking for work in the south and was looking to get into the building industry.

But he couldn’t find anyone who could give him the job he needed.

“It was just a total shock,” he says.

I’d get the whole weekend off. “

I went into my first building site and I was like ‘I can’t believe I’m going to be a part of this’.” I’d have the entire day at the building site, I was there for six months.

I’d get the whole weekend off.

I was always in the office, working out, doing my homework, reading the papers and doing the business.

The first week I was building, I would get a job, but it was always for two days, I couldn’t be there the whole time.

Then, in the third week, it was three days, and I wasn’t there for three days.

I had a job in the middle of the night.

I worked from 5am to 7pm and then at 8pm I would be up to seven hours early and go back to work.

The building site was full of construction equipment, but there was no one to go up and down to check it out.

I remember I had my van with me and I’d drive back and forth up to the site.

“At first I was a little bit worried,” he laughs.

“They were nice houses. “

They had nice views of the city, but they weren’t fancy. “

They were nice houses.

‘I’m not a builder, I’m a student’ When the building season is in full swing, construction companies across the region are looking for experienced and well-educated people who are able to build on their skills. “

People didn’t expect to have that kind of work at all.”

‘I’m not a builder, I’m a student’ When the building season is in full swing, construction companies across the region are looking for experienced and well-educated people who are able to build on their skills.

“We want to get as many students working in the building sector as possible,” says Shane Steed, the CEO of Northland Construction and Construction Workers Association.

For Steed the industry is about apprenticeships. “

A lot of people don’t get the chance to get out of the building business, so they don’t go into it to learn their trade, and we want to support them.”

For Steed the industry is about apprenticeships.

“If you’re an apprentice you’re a student, you’re studying to get your apprenticeship certificate,” he explains.

“There are three different types of apprenticeships you can have, so you have the first two, then the third, and the final two.”

It’s the most important thing for young people to learn in order to get their apprenticeships.

They learn about the materials, they learn about construction, they work with the subcontractors, they go through the apprenticeship process, and they can go back and re-learn and continue to work in their industry after their apprenticeship.” “

All apprentices are taught in a certain way, so that they can understand the industry.”

They learn about the materials, they learn about construction, they work with the subcontractors, they go through the apprenticeship process, and they can go back and re-learn and continue to work in their industry after their apprenticeship.

“Steeds is one of a number of North Island builders who says he’s used to the cold.

He’s worked in a variety of building