Organisational Structure


Jeremy Little

General Manager

Jeremy moved into the construction industry 10 2010 after spending the previous 10 years working in large corporates, both in NZ and internationally, in finance and marketing roles. Jeremy has a Bachelor of Commerce and Administration from Victoria University after graduating in 2004.

As the Commercial Manager, Jeremy manages Pacific Doors team of Estimators to ensure that the quality of our quotes and tenders is at the highest standard both from a competitive, compliance and presentation point of view. Jeremy is also charged with getting out and about amongst the construction industry to build and maintain the relationships we have with our clients.

Jeremy’s experience working in large corporate environments has helped to streamline some of our ‘back of house’ activities to ensure that we are able to concentrate more on our clients.

Feel free to contact Jeremy if you require anything to do with sales, product development or client relationships.


Stacey Mendonca

Chief Estimator

With 30 years’ experience in construction in Christchurch, Sydney, and Wellington, Stacey brings a wide range of industry experience to the role of Chief Estimator at Pacific Doors Limited in Seaview, Wellington.  Most of her career has been in the estimating discipline, and as a project quantity surveyor for main contractors.  Stacey is also passionate about improving New Zealand’s safety record, and is active in improving workplace safety performance.

Stacey is a qualified Quantity Surveyor and a 30 year member of NZIQS, where she has served on the National Marketing Committee.  In 1997 she was awarded the NZIQS President’s citation for her initiative as co-founder of the New Zealand chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC).

Stacey is an avid Wellingtonian who is proud to have been involved in the construction of Wellington landmarks including Te Papa, the Stadium and the Regional Hospital, as well as working on many smaller fit outs and refurbishments.  Well known across the sector, she has an ability to integrate consultants, clients, project teams and contractors - for short term problem solving as well as long term strategic partnering with commercial opportunities.

Encouraging women to join and stay in the construction industry is important to Stacey and in 1996 with two others she set up NAWIC in Wellington.  She has taken considerable enjoyment and satisfaction from watching NAWIC flourish into a highly regarded organisation that quietly gets on with promoting the success of women in construction.