NEW ZEALAND’S INDEPENDENT INFRASTRUCTURE THINK TANK

Infrastructure New Zealand is the nation’s highly respected, peak infrastructure body. Our core purpose is to 
advance best practice in the development of world class transport, energy, water, telecommunications and social infrastructure for all New Zealanders. We do this through research, advocacy and public and private sector collaboration. Our members are leaders from diverse sectors across New Zealand. Become a member today.



INFRASTRUCTURE NEW ZEALAND’S PROCUREMENT SURVEY

In 2016 and 2017 Infrastructure NZ undertook surveys to benchmark how government agencies ran their procurement processes for infrastructure projects in excess of $15m. Through this survey, we identified which agencies were performing well and where improvements could be made to enhance procurement processes and outcomes for New Zealand.

We encourage you to complete the survey and share your experiences which will assist us to develop Infrastructure NZ policy and compile recommendations for consideration by government, local councils and other infrastructure organisations. All answers are anonymous and you will not be identified in any way. The findings of the survey will be presented at the Building Nations Symposium (21-23 August 2019) and will be uploaded onto the Infrastructure NZ website in due course.

Please click here to start the survey.


LateST report

National Development: Insights from Asia

In March this year, we took 75 infrastructure leaders to Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai to see how these cities and countries have been so successful at accommodating growth and lifting national performance. To find out Infrastructure New Zealand’s key findings read the report here.



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