CCNZ submission on RoVE legislation

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Civil Contractors New Zealand made a submission on the legislation governing the Reform of Vocational Education (the Education (Vocational Education and Training Reform) Amendment Bill). Key points from the CCNZ submission were: CCNZ supports the intent of the proposed changes. The vocational education and training system in New Zealand requires major overhaul if it is to be fit for purpose …

CCNZ submission on MBIE Review of Plant, Structures, Working at Heights and Excavations

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Civil Contractors New Zealand made a submission on the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s Review of Plant, Structures, Working at Heights and Excavations. Key points from the submission are as follows: CCNZ is generally supportive of the proposed changes. The following comments overview CCNZ’s submission:           General The regulations have, in the past, created a …

CCNZ Construction Zone

CCNZ Construction Zone at Big Boys Toys!

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The Countdown is on for this year’s CCNZ Construction Zone at Big Boys Toys… Big Boys Toys is Auckland’s premium lifestyle event run over three days at ASB Showgrounds. It features an exciting mix of attractions and pulls in over 33,000 visitors! Every year we proudly host the huge CCNZ Construction Zone to showcase civil construction with interactive attractions, key …

Tarmageddon successfully prevented for another year

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More than 120 of New Zealand’s foremost bitumen specialists and technical experts flocked to Villa Maria Estate in Auckland with the goal of averting ‘Tarmageddon’- a national crisis of aging roading networks impacted by increasing wear and tear, climate change and increasing amounts of traffic. Preventing Tarmageddon was a full-day technical road surfacing and pavement workshop organised by Civil Contractors …

Guidelines signal new hope for construction industry

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The contracting relationship between government and the construction industry is set to be redefined, with new construction-specific guidelines created to accompany new government procurement rules coming into force tomorrow. Civil Contractors New Zealand Chief Executive Peter Silcock said if the new Construction Procurement Guidelines and the new Government Procurement Rules 4th Edition were properly implemented with agencies held accountable, it …

MBIE plant regulations submissions closing 4 October

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The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is consulting on the regulation of excavation, plant, mobile plant, high-risk plant, structures, working at heights and other industry-related issues under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015. Submissions close on 4 October. CCNZ will be making a submission on behalf of members. Let us know if you have any comments on …

Exclusive private healthcare plan available for CCNZ members

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In an exciting new offering exclusive to all Civil Contractors New Zealand members, their staff and immediate families, a special private health insurance plan is now available to all CCNZ member businesses. CCNZ is proud to partner with nib and Advice Financial for this offer, which can help you to grow your business in an increasingly competitive market. We want …