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Our approach to building award-winning, architecturally designed homes is unique:
After nearly three decades in the home building business, Mark has a proven track record with builds of one million dollars and above. Architects recommend Mark to their clients because they know he will get the job done to the highest standards.
Every Mark Prosser home is a premium build. The right materials, the right people and the very best process, fashioned over 30 years. As a result, many of Mark’s homes are award-winning. Over the years, the company has won over 35 awards recognising premium workmanship.
Mark’s projects carry his own personal guarantee of workmanship and he treats every build as if it were one of his own.
Building a beautiful home is all about the details. That’s why Mark’s clients know their budget is in good hands. He is all about the details as well as keeping everyone up to date and on the same page.
Mark Prosser started his career with a four year apprenticeship in North Canterbury. He worked on several large projects including the Christchurch Park Royal.
He was formally an executive on the Canterbury Master Builders Committee and is described as an exemplary member of RMBA since 1991. His mission is to build a house which reflects the highest possible quality both through workmanship and transparency with the client.
Melissa Prosser is a qualified chartered accountant, Melissa works alongside Mark and his team to ensure each project is managed according to time-frames and that each clients requests are adhered to.
Our management team includes an Administrator, Project Manager and Health + Safety Officer. Each site is managed by a site foreman who is guaranteed to be there from start to finish. We encourage our staff to upskill constantly to provide the best possible outcome to the project.
We are multi-award winning builders. Since 1998 we have been receiving praise and plaudits for our homes. From clients, architects and also from the judges of the Masterbuilder Home of the Year awards.
We believe that our list of accolades reflects our passion for building the best homes we know how to.
When you engage us, we promise that:
This building is designed to be one of Canterbury’s iconic pieces of architecture. Sheppard and Rout have created a unique single level design, split into three separate building wings. The result is a sleek, low-lying building form.
Internal spaces bathe in natural light thanks to full height glazing throughout while large overhangs provide shelter and reduce solar gain. The protruding Eastern wing forms a sun-drenched central courtyard, fully protected from the prevailing easterly winds.
The eye-catching central form features exposed Tonka timber rafters set on exposed steel frames. Meranti plywood provides warmth to the formal living and dining areas. The timber rafters and soffit also feature in the light-filled gallery space which greets arrivals upon entry.
Basking in sun from its north facing position, this residence also radiates a golden glow of its own.
The upper level might retreat behind its horizontal timber feature, but this home doesn’t shy away from making a statement on the street.
Vertical cedar cladding painted in Resene Pitch Black enhances the height of this two-storey structure. With four bedrooms and three beautifully appointed bathrooms serving the family and guests in style, this home provides private, comfortable and low maintenance living.
Sitting elegantly in park-like surrounds, this sprawling home away from home is built using James Hardie weatherboards, corrugated iron roofing and Rockcote plaster system. It is a relaxing retreat for its owners and their teenage children.
Upon opening the front door, glazing draws the eye to the relaxing rural setting, creating a direct connection with the great outdoors. While masses of glass frames views from this five-bedroom home, additional light is ushered in through the church-like windows.
Proudly standing on a quiet street and down a long drive, this well crafted home displays plenty of strong workmanship.
Consisting of a eurotray roof, cedar weatherboard cladding with tilt slab walls covered in Timaru bluestone, this house easily stood the strength test in the Canterbury Earthquakes.
Its geothermal heating system throughout keeps the house at a constant temperature, enabling the residents to roam freely through this sprawling home of 5 bedrooms and four living areas
After losing their previous house in the February earthquakes, Architect Tennant Brown’s clients told him they wanted something that reflected a fresh start combined with a sense of heritage and elegance. This is a new house based on an old design with a zesty twist.
Recycled Rimu from their old house has been used for the living areas, with clear pine exposed ceiling batterns in the lounge.
Glass is a media that can literally cast a whole new light on a design aesthetic. If we had to sum up this property in two words they would be, “light” and “spacious,” and the heavy use of glass in the construction has enabled us to create this wonderful natural environment.
This home has a raw material finish featuring block veneer inside and cedar cladding and corrugated roof on the exterior. Having 3 bedrooms, two with ensuite, an additional two bathrooms, three toilets, a functional office space and loft means everyone has their own space as well as freedom to relax, unwind and soak in the ambience.
The first thing most people notice about this place is the clunking sound your jaw makes when it hits the floor. Architects Sheppard & Rout have worked their magic once again, combining form and function in a new build that can only be described as a masterpiece.
The counterpoint of American White Oak and Dark Stained Weatherboard is aesthetically stunning.
114 Sawyers Arms Road
+64 3 352 2640