Whether you are an asset owner, involved in construction, finance, design, engineering, facilities maintenance, or legal, financial or public policy advisory services, membership with Infrastructure New Zealand puts you and your organisation at the top table of infrastructure development in New Zealand.
You will be joining with New Zealand's leading infrastructure organisations to shape policy, promote industry best practice, keep abreast of the latest developments, share knowledge and experience, and build networks and partnerships.
You'll be able to keep pace with the latest infrastructure industry developments as they occur.
You and your senior management teams will be able to participate in Infrastructure New Zealand's events, workshops and seminars with the opportunity to attend invite-only high level round table forums with Ministers, officials and industry leaders.
Full Corporate members may send two delegates, and Associate members one delegate, to Infrastructure New Zealand's Building Nations Symposium for free. Additional delegates also enjoy a special member-only registration fee.
Attended by over 700 of the "who's who" in the industry, Building Nations is New Zealand's peak infrastructure event of the year.
Full Corporate Membership
Full Corporate Membership applies to public and private and third sector organisations of more than 50 staff. Full member benefits include attendance of all senior management to Infrastructure NZ events including two complimentary seats at the Building Nations Symposium, full voting rights at the AGM, and the opportunity to nominate and stand for the Board of Infrastructure New Zealand.
Associate Membership applies to organisations of up to 50 staff. Associate members may attend all Infrastructure NZ events and receive one complimentary seat to Building Nations but are not eligible to stand for the Board or vote at the AGM.
Local Government Membership
Local Government Membership is designed especially for Councils large and small. Subscriptions are $1000 per 10,000 ratepayers.
Infrastructure New Zealand Members: