Engineering NZ is New Zealand’s professional body for engineers, dedicated to building a strong engineering profession that New Zealanders trust.
NZIS is the professional body for surveyors and spatial professionals in New Zealand. We proudly support excellence within our community with services to members including continuing education, best survey practice, research and development, advocacy and awarding excellence within the profession. Our aim is to expand, enhance and support the professional skills available to our communities in the surveying and spatial sectors.
Membership of NZPI is the hallmark of professional expertise and Integrity within the planning profession and your key to success.
Live, work and play in healthy, efficient and productive buildings. We are the industry organisation working to improve the quality and sustainability of New Zealand’s homes, schools and workplaces, creating healthier, more resilient cities and communities.
Independent certification from Enviro-Mark Solutions proves that a company or product is taking credible action for a better environment. Environmental performance is key for a successful business to maximise performance, minimise risk and engage with stakeholders. Join with leading NZ and international organisations in programmes tailored to your business needs.
The Society encourages the advancement of the geosciences in New Zealand and has more than 900 members, an elected national committee, eight branches and a number of subcommittees and special interest groups. Membership is open to all who are interested in the geosciences.
ACENZ is a firm based membership organisation representing consulting professionals in the built and natural environment.
Objectives of the Society of Structural Engineers are:
We are New Zealand's leading developer of standards and standards based solutions. Under the Standards and Accreditation Act 2015, on 1 March 2016 we became part of the Consumer Protection and Standards branch of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. There is more information on the Act on our website. The majority of our standards are developed in partnership with Standards Australia. As New Zealand's representative for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), Standards New Zealand ensures that New Zealand has a voice in the international standards community.
Water New Zealand is a national not-for-profit sector organisation comprising approximately 1500 corporate and individual members in New Zealand and overseas. Water New Zealand is the principal voice for the water sector, focusing on the sustainable management and promotion of the water environment and encompassing the three waters : fresh, waste and storm waters.
WasteMINZ is the largest representative body of the waste and resource recovery sector in New Zealand. Formed in 1989 it is a membership-based organisation with over 1,000 members – from small operators through to councils and large companies.
We support civil engineers and technicians by awarding professional qualifications, ensuring they work to high standards, and helping them to develop their careers. Our work also includes many other activities, from inspiring school students about civil engineering to influencing government investment in infrastructure.
The Urban Design Forum NZ - UDF promotes good urban design in New Zealand. UDF partners are the Planning, Landscape, Architecture, Engineering and Surveying Institutes.
By blending technical and marketing disciplines, as well as balancing growth opportunities with support for existing markets, CCANZ aims to ensure that industry decision makers realise the full potential of concrete.
NZCS facilitates the sharing of industry knowledge, participates in the development of concrete and construction & provides a foundation for building valuable business networks, in New Zealand & overseas. We would welcome your membership & participation into this long-standing, respected & highly valued industry organisation.
Steel Construction New Zealand Incorporated (SCNZ) is the voice of New Zealand’s diverse steel construction industry. SCNZ promote the benefits of steel solutions in building and infrastructure projects; and play a pivotal role in supporting the industry as it strives to grow through innovation, investment in technology and market development. With a strong focus on fostering business and technical excellence, we provide the industry with advice on the latest in steel design trends and standards, networking opportunities, and represent views to key industry and government decision-makers.
We are New Zealand's leading provider of Earth, geoscience and isotope research and consultancy services. We apply our scientific knowledge from the atomic to the planetary scale to create wealth, protect the environment, and improve the safety of people.
NASH is an active industry association centred on light structural framing systems for residential and similar construction. Businesses in the industry join NASH to support cooperative programs for developing the market and industry infrastructure for all light structural steel framing, regardless of manufacturer.
Our responsibilities include managing land titles, geodetic and cadastral survey systems, topographic information, hydrographic information, managing Crown property and supporting government decision making around foreign ownership. We make sure New Zealand has accurate information about where people and places are, people have confidence in their property rights and Crown property is well managed for future generations.
HERA creates value through collaboration, education and support by delivering a trusted national centre for production design, manufacturing technology, inspection and quality assurance. Our commitment to help our members stay one step ahead is strengthened by our vision to act as the catalyst for metals innovation internationally. Our specialists in heavy engineering research, industry development, training, advocacy and marketing allow us to partner with our members and clients across the globe – to create opportunity and lead bigger picture thinking. Industry owned. Member driven. Future focused.
The New Zealand Geotechnical Society (NZGS) is the affiliated organization in New Zealand of the International Societies representing practitioners in Soil mechanics, Rock mechanics and Engineering geology. NZGS is also affiliated to the Institution of Professional Engineers NZ as one of its collaborating technical societies.
CSNZ is a division of NZIS catering to the needs of business owners and managers of survey practices in New Zealand. Directors of a company or shareholders with full voting rights are automatically eligible to join. Branch Managers are also eligible with the approval of members in the area in which the applicant practices. You must also be a fully paid up voting member of NZIS. CSNZ focuses on the business needs and issues of its members and is particularly relevant to new directors joining an existing practice or someone starting up their own business.
The West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand has substantial resources of coal, gold and other minerals, and potential for oil and gas production. The minerals industry is the the driving force behind the economy on the West Coast, and has been since 1860. Given the significance and importance of such an industry to the West Coast, initiatives that enhance the industry have major positive follow-on effects for the greater West Coast community. Minerals West Coast was established as a charitable trust in 2005 to further the community benefits of this major sector of the local economy.
Site Safe's overarching goal is for the industry to be proud to be safe and to reduce injury and harm. To do this, Site Safe provide education and resources on best practice systems and behaviours known to improve on-site health & safety. They help develop future Health & Safety leaders, give advice to businesses on solutions that make a real difference and ensure that everyone goes home safe at the end of each day
The CECC are a non-for-profit membership organisation meaning everything they do is for their members. We have approximately 2,500 members and are the largest business support agency in the South Island. They are led by a board of twelve directors, all who have business experience within the Canterbury region and a genuine, hands-on understanding of the local business environment.
The South Canterbury Chamber of Commerce is a non-political, non-profit organisation which represents the full spectrum of business interests, both small and large, in South Canterbury - retailing, service, manufacturing exporters, importers and other organisations.
The Institute of Directors in New Zealand (Inc) promotes excellence in corporate governance, represents directors’ interests and facilitates their professional development through education and governance training. It is a membership organisation with over 7,000 individuals representing the spectrum of New Zealand enterprise, from the public and private sectors.
SiteWise is a prequalification system that grades a contractor’s health & safety capability and publishes that grade in a database that can be viewed by main contractor’s and principal organisations. This allows for better contractor selection and an easier tendering process for everyone involved. Davis Ogilvie is proud to have achieved Site Wise Green Status in November 2017, showing our on-going commitment to Health and Safety.
The Superhome Movement aims to raise New Zealand building standards so that all new homes are healthier and more energy efficient. The Superhome Movement facilitates education, lobbying for change, and open source sharing of new design ideas, technologies, and building techniques. They connect designers, builders, researchers, education providers, government, stakeholders, and leading experts in the industry to achieve collaboration toward higher building standards for all New Zealand homes.