Who we are2019-02-26T10:32:30+00:00

‘Kaizen’ also known as continuous improvement or a ‘change for the better’.

Kaizen is a philosophy we implement as a long term approach to our operations at Kaizen Works. We apply this as a way of life to incrementally change processes so to improve efficiencies and quality of work.

When you think of your project vehicle, race car, off roader, whatever it may be, you are always improving, adapting and modifying for a better result. We too apply this theory from the workshop floor through all levels of our company in an effort to provide the best results possible for our customers and satisfaction in the work we do.

Ash
Director & Fabricator

Over 10yrs experience building and fabricating on race cars and off road vehicles.

Ash has been racing and driving since his early teens. He’s done both track and off road, including competing in 4×4 competitions at both club level and the National Trials Series. Ash ran an ‘E Class Super Production’ Suzuki for two seasons picking up a prize for ‘Best Presented’ and 2nd in class.

On the flipside Ash also has a Business Degree so knows a thing or two about managing projects and budgets.

ash@kaizenworks.co.nz

Bam
Senior Technician & Fabricator

Bam needs little introduction. He was the fabricator behind many Speedtech Motorsport (STM) world record holding drag cars. He ran his own performance fabrication shop ‘BAMS’ and is well known by many for his cheeky, loveable personality. Bam is married and a father to his daughter as well as two fur babies Fish and Mila (both golden Labradors, don’t be fooled by the name!)

In an ironic twist Bam is restoring a Mk2 Escort Sport to full factory condition. After all the wild performance cars he’s built over the years this car will be 100% original. No high horsepower conversions for this one!

Bam brings a wealth of mechanical and fabrication knowledge to our team so you can rest assured with him on the job your pride and joy is in capable hands.

bam@kaizenworks.co.nz

Jason
Fabricator

Jason’s a qualified mechanic with 10+ years’ experience in the workshop and at the track. He offers track support for Team Jenkins Motorsport in New Zealand’s premier drifting competition, D1NZ.

Jason has a certificate in mechanical Engineering including design in CAD 2D & 3D so can give you a 360-degree view of your concept design even before the project gets underway! Jason is also building an r32 4-door Skyline track car to learn to drift in.

jason@kaizenworks.co.nz