Civil Contractors New ZealandRepresenting members in the civil, construction and general contracting sectors
Civil Contractors New Zealand is the national association for civil contractors, providing a voice for over 600 member organisations and working to support a healthy industry founded on expert knowledge.
Our members connect New Zealand communities with essential services such as roads, clean water and internet. We connect the industry with career development opportunities, networking events, technical knowledge, up-to-date information on industry trends and avenues to interact with decision makers.
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- Five CCNZ positions up for election June 27, 2019 Posted in: Media / News - Our CCNZ Executive Council rotation means we have five positions up for election in 2019. The term of office of ...
- New Commission key to healthy infrastructure industry May 29, 2019 Posted in: Media / News, Media release - The draft New Zealand Infrastructure Commission/Te Waihanga Bill is a positive step towards better and more efficient infrastructure planning and ...
- Better infrastructure planning welcome May 9, 2019 Posted in: Media / News - The release of a prototype Infrastructure Pipeline to forecast major projects being delivered by Central Government agencies has been welcomed ...
A Higher Standard
The contracting businesses that make up Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) play a vital role in the development of our country, particularly in the building and maintenance of our roading, transport, energy, public services infrastructure and services to the residential and commercial construction sectors. It is these services that a modern developed economy must have to compete efficiently in world markets and to deliver high living standards for its people.
Published monthly, Contractor provides health and safety advice, recruitment and training stories, as well as authoritative comment from industry experts. In addition Contractor has articles on the latest technical innovations and covers industry conferences and trade shows. It also features articles on historical projects and machinery.