Naylor Love Construction centennial history

### ODT Online Sat, 25 Sep 2010
Builders of a city
By Mark Price
It is the architects who usually get the glory for Dunedin’s cityscape – Troup for the railway station, Lawson for the municipal chambers, Campbell for the courthouse, and so on. But beyond those famous names are two others that have endured through much of the building of Dunedin.

They are Naylor and Love – both small-time builders when they began 100 years ago but combined now as New Zealand’s fourth-largest construction company. Mark Price has been browsing the pasts of the two original Dunedin companies with Rosemarie Patterson, the author of Naylor Love Construction’s centennial history, A Bob Both Ways.
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www.naylorlove.co.nz

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    ### ODT Online Sat, 24 Oct 2015
    Building contractor Ben Naylor dies
    By newsodt
    Building contractor Ben Naylor died at Yvette Williams Retirement Village in Dunedin on Tuesday. He was 92. Mr Naylor was the former manager of Naylor Love Construction, a firm with its origins in the company founded by his father in 1910. Mr Naylor joined the firm in 1947.
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    ● Ben Naylor retired as a director of the company in 2006 after 58 years’ service.

    Naylor Love Construction http://www.naylorlove.co.nz/

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