A graduate of the Auckland Technical Institute, Chris has worked throughout the Pacific region and has successfully completed projects in New Zealand, Australia, Papua New Guinea and his country of birth, Fiji. His customers have come from a variety of sectors and have included government & community agencies, food & beverage manufacturers, horticulturalists and dairy farmers.
Chris’s multi-disciplinary abilities and purist approach to water treatment have seen him highly sought after both on a consulting and system manufacturing basis. For Chris, water treatment has been both a career and an obsession where his relentless investigation and ultimate resolution of each water situation is somewhat of a calling.
A member of the Water Quality Association since 2003, today Chris continues to oversee all aspects of Temple Water’s fully guaranteed treatment solutions including the analysis, design, assembly, testing and installation of each system.
Robyn applies her expertise across the whole business including Health & Safety, Quality Assurance, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Sales and Customer Service. Under Robyn’s guidance, Temple Water proudly achieved ISO 9001 status for Quality Management in 2016.
Robyn has also developed Temple Water’s Customer Relationship Management system to ensure the business continues to remain customer-oriented as it grows. This ‘Customer for Life’ approach has become a key advantage for the company, which now has accessible, up-to-date history and records on all Temple Water customers and their systems.
Thanks to Robyn, Temple Water customers have total assurance in the quality of their system, the standard of service received and the recorded history of how their water treatment solution is performing.
Our Valuable Team Members
Kyra says she really enjoys being out in the field meeting people and doing hands-on work, plus the problem-solving aspect of her role means no two days are ever the same. When she’s not at work you might catch her snowboarding down the side of Ruapehu or at the local SPCA looking for her next foster dog.
Here at Temple Water, Umesh’s role as Mechanical & Project Engineer is to ensure that all of our projects are delivered on-time, within scope and to the highest standard. With so many components and phases of development that go into each Temple Water Treatment System, Umesh stays with the project from beginning to end, systemizing and scheduling it piece by piece all the way through to installation. Away from work, Umesh enjoys taking long hikes where he’s completely immersed in nature and once walked up the side of Mt Taranaki at 2am to reach the summit just in time for sunrise. Great scheduling Umesh!
Prior to joining Temple Water, Bruce held a role specialising in servicing and installing water pumps and electric motors for industrial and civil organisations. Back in his native Zimbabwe, he trained as a Fitter & Turner apprentice and worked as a maintenance engineer servicing & operating boilers & turbines for the countries’ largest thermal power station.
Bruce holds a Higher National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Zimbabwe), a Bachelor of Technology in Industrial & Manufacturing (Zimbabwe) and an Advanced Diploma of Industrial Automation (Australia).
A family man, Bruce moved to New Zealand in 2019 with his wife and two young children to start a new life. He certainly likes to be on his feet, running 10km after work every day with the goal of entering a marathon soon. We’re behind you Bruce – quite a long way behind you!