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The Team
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Brian Bellingham

Co Owner of Bellingham Quarries. Has been involved in the business for 43 years. 

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David Bellingham

Co Owner of Bellingham Quarries. Has been involved in the business for 43 years.

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"Bellingham Quarries a Winner once Again" 
- The New Zealand Herald
Two employees of Bellingham Quarries have won awards for their dedication and commitment to quarry work. In 2015, Keith Tahu (pictured left), a longstanding and respected employee of Bellingham Quarries, won the Institute of Quarrying's inaugural Good Bugger title at the Northland awards night.
 
 
Another employee, Peter Ronald (pictured left), received the 2016 Quarry Operator of the Year award at the Northland branch of the Institute of Quarrying awards night in Whangarei.
These awards reflect the calibre of the staff working for Bellingham Quarries.

Peter Ronald (right) accepting his award as the Quarry Operator of the Year. "Peter is passionate about anything and everything to do with quarries"  - David Bellingham.

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IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE IN NORTHLAND

Jarrod Bellingham - A Grade Quarry Manager.
Jarrod started with Bellingham Quarries Ltd with his Dad, Mum and Uncle in December 2015 at age 23. Obviously blessed with his mums brains he very quickly completed the 23-unit standards relating to quarry managers COC’s he did so in just 18 months. He appeared in front of the panel for the board of examiners for his B Grade COC end of August 2017 and then April 2018 eight months later for his A Grade COC. Back then the average pass rate for A and B Grade COC’s was at 60%, Jarrod who has a degree in psychology passed both oral exams on his first attempt. His degree in psychology is an invaluable tool when dealing with the colourful and not so colourful personalities in the quarry environment. He reckons he knows what we are thinking before we even think it. Jarrod is the fifth generation of Bellingham’s to choose quarrying as a career.

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