Our clients

 
We work with a wide range of clients from different sectors, regions, and countries across the public sector, private sector, and local and national governments. 
 
These are some of the people we’re proud to work with.

Thank you all very much for your work and support in managing our seismic risk and decision-making across Sanford. The papers you presented were a wonderful representation of the expertise and thorough thinking that has gone into this framework and our Executive team is most appreciative.

Karen Duffy
Chief People Officer
Sanford Ltd

Thanks heaps for your work, professionalism, depth of view, analysis, and responsiveness.

Tim Casey
Nelson Marlborough District Health Board

The team at Resilient Organisations brought a range of excellent skills to the task including their deep subject matter knowledge and analytical skills, responsiveness, and ability to deliver measurable and meaningful outcomes.

Andrew Kiley, Director
Critical Infrastructure Resilience Section, 
Commonwealth Attorney‑General's Department, Australia

….thank you for the huge support provided in getting this [project] resolution. The quality of the report and process undertaken was instrumental in achieving this outcome and was commented on by various committee members as it went through [our internal] process. Great job.

I fully recommend Resilient Organisations' Benchmarking Tool for any organisation.  

... The process was well managed and the project was completed on time and to budget ... the report has given us clear and concise recommendations to adopt.

Steve Campbell
Bay of Plenty Regional Lifeline Utilities Coordinator

Australian Government Attorney-General's Department
Bay of Plenty Lifelines Group
BRANZ
CDHB
Christchurch City Council
EQC
Gloabl Disaster Preparedness Center
Natural Hazards Research Platform
Resilience to Nature's Challenges
NMDHB
Powerco
QuakeCoRE
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Sanford
The Resilience Shift
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University of Oregon
Ville de Quebec
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