About Us

We Are Armourcrete Ltd.

Since 2006
About
Why Choose Us

Armourcrete was born in 2006 when the then Managing Directors, Miles and Paul, saw a serious gap in the resin flooring and coatings industry. Working for previous flooring outfits made it obvious that what was lacking was a real hands on skilled approach from the business owner. Most companies have absent directors. After 10 years of growing relationships and working directly for some of New Zealand’s largest food processors Paul decided to return to England. Miles decided to establish Armourcrete to a team of 8 skilled applicators, some with over 15 years of experience, along with some office staff to secure and excel in the construction tendering process securing some large projects.

 

Armourcrete are now the leading applicator for New Zealand’s largest food and beverage processors, largest construction companies and largest resin flooring suppliers.

Providing world-class solutions for

Our Clients

Interesting Facts

We have been doing this for quite some time now and we love it

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Years Experience

Our Team

Our years of experience help but it’s our team that makes the real difference 

Miles Wilkinson

Miles Wilkinson

Managing Director

After starting his working life as a chef Miles discovered flooring. While working for a different outfit he saw gaps in the way things were “meant to be done” so in 2006 Armourcrete was born. Since then under his guidance Armourcrete has grown in size and reputation to be an industry leader in industrial flooring solutions.

When Miles isnt thinking about floors (which isn’t often), He’s enjoying time with his family. Fishing, skiing or just relaxing.

Curt Freeman

Curt Freeman

Operations Manager

Curt started flooring when he left school, He started with Armourcrete in 2016 primarily to secure new contracts and diversify Armourcrete. There’s not much Curt hasn’t seen in the almost 15 years in the industry.

When Curt isn’t working he enjoys playing country rugby, woodworking and spending time with his young family.

John Ha

John Ha

Foreman

John is our qualified flooring Guru, Johns been working in the flooring industry for almost 20 years. John worked in the North Island for 12 years before moving to Christchurch. He has been with Armourcrete since 2017, where he is a foreman leading our young energetic team to supply superior flooring solutions.

John is a keen guitarist and enjoys karaoke, in his spare time he enjoys renovating his house.

Bailey Wilkinson

Bailey Wilkinson

Applicator

Bailey followed his Dads profession when he left school and started working for Armourcrete in 2016. Bailey moved his way through the ranks to be a trusted and knowledgeable applicator. Bailey is also hoping to complete his qualification soon.

On a nice day Bailey can be found skating at Waltham skate park or in his local boxing gym.

Jake Walmsley

Jake Walmsley

Applicator

Jakes started his trade career as a qualified painter after transitioning to resin flooring. Jake started with Armourcrete in 2017 and will be a qualified applicator in 2021. Utilizing his painting and resin flooring skills to provide many solutions for any project.

When Jakes not working on the floor he is usually under his drift car fixing, replacing or upgrading parts. This includes making custom resin and carbon fibre parts. Jake could also be found walking Halswell quarry with his pug, Toby.

Cody Finn

Cody Finn

Applicator

Codys has been a tradesman since 2006, starting as a plasterer, then working in the mines in Australia. Cody moved to Christchurch in 2020 and started working for Armourcrete when he relocated. Cody brings his own set of skills and knowledge to supplement those already with Armourcrete. Cody will have his resin flooring qualification in 2020.

Since Cody was an infant he has studied and mastered the martial art of Wing chun. This along with exploring his new home town is keeping him busy.

Kyle Beck

Kyle Beck

Flooring apprentice

Kyle started his working career as part of a shearing gang in south Otago. After moving to Christchurch in 2020 Kyle took on the challenge to learn a new trade. Kyle has grown from strength to strength.

Kyle bleeds blue and gold. The colours of Otago rugby. Kyle also enjoys playing rugby and everything rugby.

Testimonials

Don’t take our word for it. See what our client have to say:

I have used the services of Armourcrete Ltd for the past 9 years that I have been running the site maintenance for Cookie Time Limited. During this time, I have found the management and staff to be professional and highly skilled in their field of expertise. At all times when dealing with Armourcrete there were never any accidents or incidents that would cause any concern or change my view of how the company operates. All communication between myself and the staff involved in on site work has been clear and appropriate. I highly recommend them to any company wishing to use their services.

- Dean Gibbs
Head Engineer Team Leader
Cookie Time Limited - a taste for every occasion, a smile on every face

During lockdown and coming into the crunch time of the Greybase hospital build, I had some areas of concrete remedial and floor coating issues that needed resolving. Armourcrete attended to these issues immediately and completed these issues during lockdown as an Essential Service to the MoH. This was greatly appreciated at the time and shows how Armourcrete are always willing to get the job done and offer solutions to any problem.

The guys at Armourcrete have been an exceptional subcontractor over the time I have had dealings with them with their knowledge of their floor coating products, best practices and concrete remedial work is second to none. Any future work I am involved with will result in Armourcrete being my preferred contractor.

-Kyle Hurley
Site Manager | Fletcher Construction – Buildings

At the Airport Novotel Armourcrete completed the required protective coatings to the main restaurant kitchen, inwards goods area, all plant rooms and surrounding areas. The coatings were laid with quality and attention to detail. Strict H&S protocols were followed with all workers pitching in to achieve a safe work place. Further to the contract work, FCC also had a number of issues with the concrete floors levels placed by a previous subcontractor throughout this job in which I immediately went to Armourcrete as a first option to advise a solution to this problem. A full grid survey of the floors was completed, marked out, priced and the work completed in a timely and safe manner.

- Novotel – CIAL