About Us

20 Years and Building

With over 20 years of professional building and development experience, we have the skills and capabilites to deliver positive outcomes across a diverse range of projects.

Residential Housing

Build your bespoke home with us or simply choose from one of our home and land packages to get started on your new build.
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Light Commercial Builds

Our experienced team of builder’s deliver projects spanning multiple sectors, demonstrated in our portfolio of work.
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Land Development

We specialise in turning blocks of land into brilliant housing communities, bringing dreams to life during the process.
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Our Background

RPS have been building quality homes in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions since being established in 1998 by Rik Scaramuzza. We pride ourselves on delivering top quality, affordable housing to the market, which is made possible by our team of experienced builder’s.

We have steadily evolved to encompass a balanced, diverse portfolio of projects across multiple sectors, forging a trusted reputation for reliability and diversity in every build. This means that regardless of the size of your project, we will deliver – always with the guarantee of quality.

Meet the Team

Rik Scaramuzza

Director

Neil Parkinson

New Home Sales Consultant

Wayne Warlow

Operations Manager

Maddie Bloxham

Project Co-Ordinator

Braedon Makgill

Senior Quantity Surveyor

Caroline Icke

Junior Quantity Surveyor

Kerryn Scaramuzza

Accounts

Sue Petch

Health and Safety

Peace of Mind

RPS is a Registered Master Builder, providing you with the peace of mind of a Master Build 10-Year Guarantee when you build with us. This means that you can rest easy knowing that in the unlikely event of something going wrong with your build, we will help resolve any issues and ensure your home is finished to the highest quality.

We also understand the needs and desires of our clients, carefully planning your home to minimise any unexpected additional costs. Our many years’ experience in the building industry has enabled us to identify certain areas where discrepancies may occur, and together we can plan for these with our initial site viability evaluation.