About Civil Contractors NZ
Civil Contractors New Zealand is an incorporated society that represents the interests and aspirations of over 600 member organisations – including large, medium-sized and small businesses in civil engineering, construction and general contracting. It also has associate members who provide valuable products, support and services to contractor members.
These businesses play a vital role in the development of our country, our economy and our way of life. They build and maintain the roads connecting our cities and towns. They install and care for the water networks that bring fresh water to houses and wastewater to treatment plants. They even install the cables that bring the internet to homes and businesses. These are services a modern and developed economy must have to compete efficiently in world markets and to deliver high living standards for its people.
CCNZ members work for the public and private sectors. Membership is open to any contractor engaged in civil engineering construction and general contracting, including those servicing the rural economy. Associate membership is available to all businesses who service and supply products to the construction/contracting industry.
Key activities our members are involved in:
Constructing and maintaining the roads, bridges, railways, airports and ports needed for our modern transport networks
Constructing and maintaining the dams, power stations, oil and gas installations, pipelines, transmission lines and storage and distribution facilities needed to produce and distribute energy to our industry and homes
Constructing and maintaining facilities and the modern telecommunications networks needed for business
Constructing and maintaining the dams, reservoirs, water treatment plants, water pipelines, sewers and sewage treatment and disposal plants needed to maintain the public health system that serves New Zealand
Farming & forestry
Developing, servicing and harvesting the farms and forests that produce our major exports
Industry & commerce
Constructing the factories and process plants needed to process our raw materials into products for export and domestic consumption
Sport & recreation
Constructing, developing and maintaining the sport and recreation facilities and the parks and reserves needed to fulfil an increasing demand for leisure pursuits
Constructing and maintaining the defences needed to prevent natural disasters, and needed for civil defence emergency response and disaster recovery
Constructing the facilities needed for our national defence