Founder & Director
B&W stands for Black and White – meaning it’s either planned for or it’s not! Founder and Director of B&W Consulting, knows that there is no grey or room for error when it comes to complex relocations.
Robyn has been managing large and challenging relocation projects for more than 20 years establishing B&W in 2004.
Whilst her speciality is relocating healthcare facilities, which began with the planning and execution of staff, approximately 400 patients and clinical and non-clinical services at Auckland, Green Lane and National Women’s Hospitals, Robyn has worked with a wide ranging variety of organisations in New Zealand and Australia.
Robyn manages B&W Consulting, providing support and expertise as and when required to the B&W Team and enjoys continuing to grow B&W’s reputation and range of services.
Pamela joined the team in 2010 and in the early years managed the relocation of hundreds of staff at Auckland City Council who remain a client of B&W.
The University of Auckland then required a B&W resource to plan and manage ongoing relocations presenting a wide variety of requirements ranging from traditional office spaces to specialised scientific instrumentation requiring resources from overseas, collections of visual resources, libraries, rocks, fossils, moa bones and more.
2 Degrees, Oceania Health Care, Mercury Energy, Harrison Grierson, Kiwibank, Spark, NZ Police, ACG, Jarden Bank and the Heart Group are among clients for whom Pam has managed all aspects of relocations and facility readiness.
Lisa has planned and managed relocations since joining B&W in 2010
One of her most complex projects was the return of Collections and staff to the refurbished National Library of New Zealand (Wellington).
This project was possibly the largest volume move ever undertaken in New Zealand and was hugely complex, requiring incredible attention to detail to meet the client’s exacting standards and to ensure the protection of the priceless collections.
Lisa has also managed relocations for:
Hauora a Toi Bay of Plenty (BOPDHB), NIWA, Waikato Regional Council, IRD, Spark, Stuff, Trustpower, Zespri, BNZ, Chorus, and Tauranga City Council.
Kim joined the B&W Team in September 2013 primarily to manage the return of BNZ to Harbour Quays in Wellington.
Kim has managed moves, often including the management of soft fit and/or Exit of vacated buildings for: BNZ, Spark, Kiwibank, AgResearch and Stuff.
Kim has also worked extensively for Government, playing an integral role in projects for: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT), Ministry of Social Development, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, IRD and Ministry of Culture and Heritage.
Julia has a Bachelor of Property (BProp) and her experience includes delivering an interior fit out that achieved a minimum 4-star Green Star Interior Fitout rating.
Since joining B&W Julia has worked with the following clients: Fidelity Life, BNZ, Datacom, Spark, Auckland Council, Fonterra, Stuff, Vynco, University of Auckland and Telegistics.
Julia’s fit out experience has placed her well to work with clients to manage soft fit-out aspects of their relocations including procurement, project and contract management.
Toni has been part of the B&W Team since 2017.
Toni is B&W’s lead at the University of Auckland, planning and managing multiple moves including not only office relocations but scientific laboratories and other specialised spaces. Additional to Toni’s work with B&W she has experience planning and managing relocations in the clinical setting, having worked with Waitemata District Health Board during 2022.
Toni’s client list now includes: Tonkin + Taylor, Ministry of Justice, Health Research Council of NZ, NZ Police (Auckland Custody Unit), Auckland Council and Spark.
Andrea joined the B&W Team in August 2010
Since that time, Andrea has managed relocations for: Spark, Auckland Council, NZME, Fonterra, Stuff, Chorus, Fletcher Building, CCL and the Ministry of Justice.
Andrea’s role on the NZME project included the planning and management to relocate approximately 1000 staff (inclusive of the News Room and Radio Stations), in addition to playing a key role in the stacking (space planning) of the building.
Andrea has also managed complex space planning and the resultant moves within and between buildings for Spark