Focus on lowest cost undermining major infrastructure projects

Fraser May Media / News, Media release

The construction industry is under strain to build a record amount of infrastructure on thin margins, but issues in the procurement phase could destabilise the construction industry and set these large-scale projects up to fail. Results from the 2018 Construction Industry Survey, a joint research project commissioned by Teletrac Navman and Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) and conducted by Colmar …

Forecast shows national infrastructure pipeline needs work

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Kiwi civil contractors warn that while a recent construction forecast looks to steady the ship, the current course risks an underwhelming response to major challenges and losing talent to a booming overseas infrastructure markets. The National Construction Pipeline Report 2018 forecasts future building and construction activity across New Zealand, covering a six-year period to 2023. Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) …

CCNZ welcomes ATAP and has fast track hopes

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Civil Contractors New Zealand has welcomed today’s announcement on the Auckland Transport Alignment Project but raised concerns over the significant reduction in infrastructure construction work over the next two years, as we transition from state highway construction to large public transport projects. CCNZ CEO Peter Silcock said he welcomed Transport Minister Phil Twyford’s announcement on the civil construction programmes for …