The Delta Management group is made up of four shareholders led by Adam Fairmaid, one of the original developers of the land. Warren Bates, Wayne Oxenham and Scott Murray have joined him to complete the subdivision.
The main focus of the group has been to ensure the remaining development completely satisfies all resource consent requirements. The group has overseen the completion of the development and has also enhanced the subdivision through significant additional landscaping work.
All four shareholders are passionate about Fiordland and spend many hours of their time with their families enjoying what Te Anau and the surrounding area has to offer.
Adam is a forty seven year old company director with an interest in the outdoors. After initially doing a BSc in Psychology at Otago University he went on to complete a Bachelor of Optometry at Auckland University in 1992.
The next eight years were spent working as an optometrist firstly in Christchurch then in his own practices in Queenstown and Invercargill. From 2001 he has been involved in property development with several successful medium size projects completed. He became a foundation investor in Mount Cook Alpine Salmon and co-director of the GODZone Adventure Race, the New Zealand leg of the World Series.
Adam is a devoted hunter with much of his spare time spent exploring Fiordland National Park or the hills of Otago and Southland. Being a shareholder in a crib in Martins Bay means the area is a second home. He has completed a Grand Traverse of Mount Cook and is also a keen surfer and diver. He is married to Sarah Clark, who is also a keen adventure racer, and they have two children, Liv and Boh.
Warren graduated from University College London with a first class honours degree in Geology. The next 15 years were spent in investment banking in London, the majority of which involved managing a junk bond fund. Sport has been a consistent feature throughout his life and he played representative level cricket and squash as well as captaining the university first XI at football.
He was introduced to adventure racing back in 1999, is currently racing for Team Adidas TERREX, and won the Adventure Racing World Championships in 2009. His passion for adventure racing now encompasses both competing and organising and, in association with Adam, directs the GODZone Adventure Race, the New Zealand leg of the World Series.
Warren and his New Zealand born wife Lisa gave up the city life and moved to Queenstown in 2011. They have three children aged under 8; Neve, Cameron and Jess.
Wayne is the current Executive Vice President of products and marketing for medical technology company, Orion Health. Wayne has spent over 17 years working in healthcare technology, within numerous healthcare organizations, including a public hospital, health insurance, and IT consulting companies.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Mathematics before continuing his tertiary education completing a Bachelor of Management Studies degree in Accounting and Finance.
In 2012 Wayne received a Prime Ministers Business Scholarship to extend his international business studies and is currently attending Harvard University. Outside work Wayne has competed at the highest level in Adventure Racing around the world and captained his team to World Championship victory in 2008. He is married to Lynne and has two daughters, Ashley and Kyla.