MEET THE TEAM
WHO WE ARE. WHAT W DO.
As Founder of Interlock Construction in both Nepal and Australia, Nick brings to the table a wealth of passion and skill that is the driving force of the company.
Having over 10 years experience in the industry and a passion for the development of the sector, Interlock under Nick’s leadership is well positioned to achieve both satisfied customers and personnel.
HEAD OF DESIGN
Troy joined Interlock to complement the In House design team. He brings over 10 years of industry experience working with Design services practices all over the world from Sydney, Newcastle, London & Spain. This wide range of exposure to projects varying in scale has given Troy a solid knowledge baseto inform design from initial concepts through to detailing and overseeing construction.
Having joined the Interlock team as a subcontractor in 2019, Michael progressed to site foreman, bringing with him over 8 years of knowledge and experience in residential building. His primary focuses include keeping an efficient team, making sure jobs run smoothly and most importantly keeping clients informed and happy.
Michael's passion for building is always evident in the high quality of work that is produced, and is always willing to go the extra mile in effort to get things done.
Always keeping busy though you can usually pick him out on site from his out of tune singing.
Landed in the big southern island in May 2014 with a backpack and an ambition to build stages for rock bands around the globe, Kaho has never imagined herself working in residential & commercial construction sites 6 years later.
Kaho picked up carpentry skills and a bit of an Aussie accent along the way, joined Interlock Construction after working with Nick.
She looks forward to the day she becomes an Australian Resident and strives to make it happen. Kaho also moonlights honing her design skills with night courses such as drafting and building design.
Trained as a robotics and software engineer, Nick has worked for a decade in the varied worlds of Radar and sonar systems, experimental automation and high-frequency trading. In 2018-19 he was drawn to construction by a desire to contribute more directly to society - in particular via a focus on the use of sustainable, environmentally-conscious materials and building techniques. Since then, he has been working in structural landscaping and carpentry-based roles, learning a range of building skills.
Nick believes that tiny houses - or the thinking behind them - will probably save the world, likes running and swimming in his spare time, and has a small pet cactus.