b'D R O W E R O FD&Hs story begins. I would often see trucksthe one factor that has never changed in laden with D&Hs steel driving through theconstruction over the yearsdesigns change, neighbourhood. So it was inspiring to seecomplexity changes, but teamwork remains D&H, many years later, outgrow its humblethe same. The D&H story epitomises this.beginnings and move to the purpose-built,Family and teams, growth and survival, state-of-the-art facility in Henderson with itschallenging the status quo and embracing enhanced capability.changethese are recurring themes.Yet, while some things have changed Whether you are a past or present employee, over time, other things have remained thea client or supplier, or simply someone with sameD&H has retained its can-do attitudean interest in New Zealands structural steel and it continues to be easy to deal with. industry, this book is a compelling read.Thats why it is so successful at securingearly subcontractor involvement contracts.It has the technical know-how and the design management skills to ably work with design teams and clients to devise the best solutions. Terry BuchanHaving worked at Wilkins & Davies, likeGM Major Projects, Hawkinsseveral of the D&H team past and present, I learnt early on as an apprentice builder that high-performing teams, not individuals, deliver successful projects. High-performing teams are made up of subcontractors, designers and the builder. Teamwork is 7'