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Meet Gavin Harris - NES’s CEO

Born and bred in Southland, Gavin’s electrical career began 29 years ago with the local Municipal Electricity department here in Invercargill. He then furthered his electrical qualifications to become an Electrical Inspector and today his experience encompasses power line building, 11Kv/400 Volt cabling, alternative electrical generation and all facets of Industrial, commercial and domestic electrical. 

Gavin became CEO of NES in 1995 and strives to make NES a company any Southlander can be proud of and outside of his busy work schedule he also is a member of a Toastmasters Club and the Institute of Directors, NZ. 

Gavin is married to Angela, has 2 daughters and is a proud grandfather. He loves keeping fit and outdoor activities including hunting and fishing.

Although he is the CEO he  loves talking with clients and helping them find solutions to any challenges they have – you can contact him by phoning the NES office on 080 0188 897.

Meet Stephen Bottlik, Electrical Foreman
Steve was born in Dunedin and moved to Invercargill a year later and has been living here since. 
He had an interest in electronics in his teenage years which led to an interest in all things electrical. He started an apprenticeship with the Invercargill City Council Water Department which eventually incorporated the Drainage and Sewage Departments along with the care of the ICC flats. Steve has been an employee of NES for seven years. 
Steve has a very wide and varied range of experience in the Industrial field of maintenance. 
Steve is married to Tania and has three children. He has interests in Italian automobiles and also in Breeding/Conformance showing of the Papillon breed of dog. 
NES maintains the runway lighting at the Invercargill Airport.

Meet Ross Gibbs, NES Director

Ross was born locally in Tuatapere and eventually moved to Invercargill. His electrical career started as a ‘toddler’ helping his father, eventually completing an apprenticeship in the family business.
He joined the Power Company Invercargill in 1994 and became a qualified Line mechanic, already being an Electrical Inspector.
Ross is proud to be a part of NES as one of its 3 directors, a company recognised for its expertise, competitiveness and integrity.
Ross is married to Carol, has two sons, Keanu (12yrs) and their new son Gabriel (5mths). 
Many fellow vintage car enthusiasts have been surprised by Ross’s new project. 
Call him anytime on 021 314 956  to discuss your Power and Engineering requirements. 

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  • Assorted test gear
  • Welders, presses, folders etc
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Customer Testimonial
To Whom it May Concern

We were involved with NES in a new conversion project at Rosehill Diary from January 2012 to September 2012.
During this time we found company director Ross Gibbs to be extremely good to deal with and he helped us save a lot of money by way of his common sense approach. The conversion was a 750 acre conversion with a 64 bale rotary cowshed.
NES completed a majority of the cowshed wiring, all pump systems, new housing wiring, calf shed wiring, main power poles and lines and also numerous new underground lines.
I found that Ross puts a lot of effort into quoting and ensures that the job is completed at the very best price, on time and to the quoted amount.
We would be happy to recommend NES to anybody as a professional company with great communication and top quality workmanship. We look forward to dealing with NES in the future.

Bret Baynes