Upcoming Events


    • 20 Nov 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • MinterEllisonRuddWatts, Level 20, 88 Shortland Street, Auckland
    Registration is closed

    The way New Zealand funds and finances urban growth is not keeping up with demand for housing, access and services. The Government is investigating new and different ways to support development and wants to hear from industry.

    Infrastructure New Zealand, in partnership with MinterEllisonRuddWatts, is pleased to invite you to a half day infrastructure funding and financing workshop which will be followed by a unique opportunity to engage with senior Government Ministers.

    The workshop will provide industry with a forum to discuss urban development challenges as well as options to overcome problems. Following the workshop, Finance Minister Grant Robertson, Transport and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford and Infrastructure Minister Shane Jones will outline current Government thinking and seek feedback.

    This is your opportunity to shape a critical aspect of public policy and we would value your contribution. Attendance is strictly on an invite only basis.

    • 21 Nov 2018
    • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • PwC, Level 22, 188 Quay Street, Auckland
    Registration is closed

    You are invited to attend Infrastructure New Zealand’s Annual General Meeting and election of officers.

    We are pleased to request nominations for the Board of Infrastructure New Zealand. 

    The principal role of a Board member is to support Infrastructure New Zealand’s vision and objectives as set out in the Constitution to “promote the provision of world class infrastructure by both the public and private sectors for the benefit of New Zealanders.”

    A link to the Constitution and a role description for board members is included in the link below.

    The initial term of a board member is three years.

    Under the Constitution, four members of the Board are required to stand down each year. However, this year, five Board positions are available.

    Patrick Brockie is standing down at the end of his term as Chair. Existing Board member Andrew Stevens (RCR) has been nominated to replace Patrick as Chair.

    Robert Jones, having moved employers from Jacobs to Fletcher Construction during the year, is required stand down.

    In addition, three Board members - Mike Sang (Ngai Tahu), Graham Spargo (BECA) and Paul Blair (BNZ) - are not standing for re-election at the end of their terms. 

    One of those positions will be filled by an Appointments Committee and confirmed by the Board. All other positions are open to nomination and will be filled through election at the AGM. It is customary that nominees for the position of Chair have prior experience on the Board. Existing Board members are listed here.

    We continue to seek the appropriate mix of skills, sector representation and diversity on the Board. Particular areas of focus for representation on the Board include but are not limited to contracting and facilities management, engineering / design / planning, banking, and those involved in infrastructure in the South Island. The link below provides a graph which shows eligible member representation versus board representation following the retirements described above. 

    All full corporate members are eligible to nominate a representative to stand for election to the Board and to vote at the AGM in person or by proxy. Members must complete a Form of Authority to be eligible to vote. The relevant papers are available by clicking the links included in this notice. There is one vote per membership.

    Associate members are entitled to attend the AGM, but are not entitled to stand for election or vote.

    The Agenda and all relevant papers are listed in the links below.

    AGM Documents:

    Click here for Agenda
    Click here for Board Member Role Description
    Click here for Membership Breakdown
    Click here for Form of Authority
    Click here for Board Member Nomination form
    Click here for Chair Nomination form
    Click here for General Meeting Minutes
    Click here for AGM 2017 Minutes

    • 22 Nov 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Yonder, 14 Church St, Queenstown
    • 17
    Registration is closed

    WIN Queenstown is pleased to invite you to our third event of the year – a breakfast planning meeting.

    We are delighted to announce that Councillor Alexa Forbes, Chair of the Infrastructure Committee, Queenstown Lakes District Council will open the WIN breakfast event and speak about her role at Council, the infrastructure challenges the District faces, and how you can get involved.  

    Following Councillor Forbes’ presentation, we will seek volunteers for the WIN Queenstown Committee, and plan our events/initiatives for 2019. If you are interested in finding out more, or being part of the Queenstown WIN Committee, please register below and join us at this breakfast planning meeting.

    As always, our intention with this WIN event is that you have an opportunity to learn something new, take something away and hopefully be enticed back!

    Breakfast at own cost. Please register your attendance by Friday, 16 November.

    • 26 Nov 2018
    • 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Harrison Grierson, Level 1, 351 Lincoln Road, Addington, Christchurch
    • 25
    Register

    WIN Canterbury is delighted to invite you to a WIN High Tea Leadership Event, featuring keynote speaker, Professor Wendy Lawson, Pro Vice Chancellor, University of Canterbury.

    Wendy is a glaciologist with a passion for fieldwork in remote polar and alpine environments. Wendy will share her story of working in the Antarctica, and how she used her humour and humility to succeed in a typically male led environment.

    Harrison Grierson kindly invite you to enjoy a High Tea and networking at the conclusion of the event. Please register your attendance by Tuesday, 20 November.

    • 28 Nov 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Kamala’s, Wellington Zoo, 200 Daniell St, Newtown, Wellington
    • 11
    Register

    Sustainability and Climate Change are increasingly important topics for infrastructure investment and development. WIN Wellington are delighted to invite you to Kamala's, the sustainable venue at Wellington Zoo, to hear from four women who are leading in this space, Amy Hughes (Wellington Zoo), Alison Howard (Meridian Energy), Kerry Griffiths (AECOM) and Lee Bint (New Zealand Defence Force). They will share their successes, their challenges and their stories. Be inspired by what is being done and learn more about what you can do!

    Networking and refreshments will be provided thanks to the generosity of our sponsors KPMG and AECOM. We look forward to seeing you at this inspirational evening. Please register your attendance by Friday 23 November.

    • 06 Dec 2018
    • 4:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Level 4, 96 St Georges Bay Rd, Parnell, Auckland
    • 57
    Register

    Infrastructure New Zealand, in partnership with sponsor Harrison Grierson, are pleased to invite you to our final Emerging Talent Network event for 2018: "Homelessness Hackathon". For those who have not been involved in a ‘hackathon’, it is an interactive, competitive, high speed workshop where small groups of people work on a problem, generating innovative, quick fire solutions, to pitch to a panel of judges.

    CONTEXT

    A recent homeless census established that over 800 people were sleeping rough in Auckland. In addition to those on the street, another 2874 people, including 1299 children were in temporary and emergency accommodation.

    Please join the Emerging Talent Network for a briefing on homelessness from our expert panel: Moira Lawler (Lifewise), Mel Wall (University of Auckland), Glen Cornelius (Harrison Grierson), and Kimberly Leuila (Housing New Zealand). Following the briefing, a challenge will be issued by Hackathon Facilitator Craig Gillett (Harrison Grierson) and groups will be established to develop quick fire solutions, and pitch them to the panel. The winning group will receive a Britomart Black Gift Card to the value of $300, redeemable at any listed Britomart hospitality venue.

    Kindly sponsored by Harrison Grierson, the evening will conclude with networking and refreshments at their new offices in Parnell.

    CHRISTMAS CHEER

    In the spirit of Christmas, each attendee is requested to bring a small, unwrapped gift (but with original boxes or packaging) to the value of $15 - $20 to donate to Lifewise. Lifewise has informed us they are in particular need of the following items:

    - Christmas Gifts for boys or girls aged 5-8, 10-12 and 13+
    - Moving In Packs for a new home including toilet paper, toothpaste, shower gel, teabags, biscuits
    - Personal Hygiene Packs for homeless people  - eg could include female toiletries, toothbrush, wipes, small bottles shampoo etc

    On arrival please deposit your gift into the boxes provided at the event venue. We will present these gifts to the CEO of Lifewise at the conclusion of the evening.

    • 17 Mar 2019
    • 6:00 PM
    • 29 Mar 2019
    • 6:00 PM
    • Singapore, Hong Kong, China
    Register

    Each year, Infrastructure New Zealand leads a delegation of senior public and private sector leaders overseas to explore new ideas and approaches to delivering infrastructure. In March 2019, we are pleased to announce that we will be travelling to Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai to investigate:

    1. Road pricing
    2. Integrated transport and urban development
    3. New cities development
    4. National, regional and city planning


    Infrastructure New Zealand delegations are targeted at CEO and GM level management of public and private sector organisations. They are designed to provide an opportunity for industry leaders to interface with global peers, share knowledge and experience, build relationships and create a cohort of strategic leaders in infrastructure planning, funding and delivery across New Zealand. 

    Delegation outline:

    The 2019 Infrastructure NZ delegation will launch in Singapore on March 17 and end in Shanghai on March 29. Delegates will have the opportunity to attend the first week, second week, or both. Confirmed locations, dates and priority discussion topics are as follows:

    Sunday 
    17 March

    Singapore

    Delegation welcome dinner and briefing

    Monday-Tuesday 
    18 - 19 March

    Singapore

    Road pricing
    Integrated transport and development

    Wednesday 
    20 March

    Travel

     

    Thursday-Friday  
    21 - 22 March

    Hong Kong

    Regional long term planning and investment
    Transport and development funding and delivery

    Weekend

    Travel

     

    Sunday 
    24 March

    Beijing

    Delegation welcome dinner and briefing

    Monday-Tuesday 
    25 - 26 March

    Beijing

    National planning and development
    Growth management and new cities development

    Wednesday 
    27 March

    Travel

     

    Thursday-Friday
    28 - 29 March

    Shanghai

    Growth management and new cities development
    Cities and transport of the future


    • 21 Aug 2019
    • 22 Aug 2019
    • Rotorua Energy Events Centre
    Save the date

Past events

08 Nov 2018 Creating a Positive Drive Decarbonisation Event
01 Nov 2018 WIN Government House: Normalising Diversity in the Infrastructure Sector
31 Oct 2018 WIN Waikato Breakfast: Wahine Toa – Maori Women Leaders Share their Journeys
26 Oct 2018 WIN Site Tour: Northern Corridor Improvements Project
24 Oct 2018 CHRISTCHURCH: Lessons from the USA - Planning, Funding and Enabling City Growth
18 Oct 2018 Women's Infrastructure Network: Launching a New Network for Otago/Southland
18 Oct 2018 Infrastructure Entity Industry Consultation
27 Sep 2018 Women's Infrastructure Network: Growing the Queenstown Chapter
26 Sep 2018 Chairman's Dinner - Enabling Growth in Regional NZ
25 Sep 2018 Future Proofing the Infrastructure Industry: The Diversity Dividend
18 Sep 2018 WIN Northland: Pūhoi to Warkworth Motorway
06 Sep 2018 Emerging Talent: Millennials Leading the Way
05 Sep 2018 WIN Auckland: Female Firsts Breakfast
28 Aug 2018 Infrastructure Funding & Financing Workshop and Forum
21 Aug 2018 WIN Christchurch: Transferable Skills
20 Aug 2018 Chairman's Breakfast: Are You Future Ready for 2050?
16 Aug 2018 Infrastructure New Zealand Building Nations Symposium
15 Aug 2018 Building Nations Key Sponsor and Speaker Dinner 2018
10 Aug 2018 WIN Wellington: Speed Networking Breakfast
09 Aug 2018 WIN Waikato: Winter Warmer Networking Event
07 Aug 2018 WIN Northland: Capex Program, Te Mahi Hou
26 Jul 2018 Emerging Talent - July Social Networking Event
04 Jul 2018 WIN: Auckland Speed Networking Evening
27 Jun 2018 WELLINGTON: Lessons from the USA - Planning, Funding and Enabling City Growth
14 Jun 2018 Delegation Reunion Dinner
14 Jun 2018 AUCKLAND: Lessons from the USA - Planning, Funding and Enabling City Growth
12 Jun 2018 Chairman's Dinner - USA Delegation Findings & Recommendations
12 Jun 2018 WIN Northland: Board Directorships - How to get the shoulder tap
07 Jun 2018 Chairman's Luncheon: Hon Grant Robertson, Minister of Finance
31 May 2018 "Curry and a Pint" Night
31 May 2018 Test Thinking: Delegate Workshop
29 May 2018 Women in Infrastructure Network: Launching a New Network for Wellington
23 May 2018 Emerging Talent Network: Innovation, Technology & Optimising Cities
21 May 2018 Women in Infrastructure Network - Leadership High Tea (Auckland)
08 May 2018 Women in Infrastructure Network: Launching a New Network for Waikato
19 Apr 2018 WIN: Christchurch Speed Networking Breakfast
04 Apr 2018 Delegation to the U.S.
14 Mar 2018 Pre-Delegation Briefing
12 Mar 2018 Women in Infrastructure Network: Launching a New Network for Northland
27 Feb 2018 Infrastructure NZ: Discussion Panel & Chinese New Year Luncheon
21 Feb 2018 Emerging Talent Network: Building Your Brand
19 Feb 2018 Christchurch WIN Event - Increasing Workplace Diversity: Women in Leadership Roles
15 Feb 2018 Chairman's Dinner - Growth and Infrastructure Opportunities & Challenges for the Waikato Region
26 Jan 2018 Roundtable Luncheon with Hon. Phil Twyford
07 Dec 2017 Emerging Talent Network: CRL Site Tour & End of Year Event
05 Dec 2017 Women in Infrastructure Network: Overcoming New Zealand’s Infrastructure Challenges
23 Nov 2017 Annual General Meeting
26 Oct 2017 Infrastructure New Zealand Building Nations Symposium
25 Oct 2017 Building Nations Key Sponsor and Speaker Dinner
25 Oct 2017 Chairman's Luncheon: Andrew Chesworth
24 Oct 2017 Chairman's Dinner: Dr. Kian-Keong Chin & David Ungemah
27 Sep 2017 Chairman's Dinner: Hon Nicky Wagner
19 Sep 2017 Emerging Talent Network: Tamaki Regeneration Project - Experiences, Insights & Lessons Learned
05 Sep 2017 Women in Infrastructure Network: Board Directorships - How to get the shoulder tap
31 Aug 2017 The Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion in the Infrastructure sector
28 Aug 2017 WIN / IPENZ: Media Training evening
24 Aug 2017 Housing NZ – Auckland Housing Programme Market Briefing Session
21 Aug 2017 Chairman's Luncheon: Grant Robertson, MP, & Phil Twyford, MP, Labour Party
15 Aug 2017 Procurement Forum 2017
07 Aug 2017 Chairman's Breakfast: Road Pricing and Congestion Charging
28 Jul 2017 Chairman's Luncheon: Hon Simon Bridges, Minister of Transport
26 Jul 2017 Chairman's Dinner: Sir Wira Gardiner, Chair, and Dr Suzanne Doig, CEO, Local Government Commission
20 Jul 2017 Chairman's luncheon: Hon Steven Joyce, Minister for Infrastructure
28 Jun 2017 Emerging Talent Network: Public Speaking Tips, and How to Succeed in the Infrastructure Industry
26 Jun 2017 Women in Infrastructure Network, Christchurch: Champions of Change
08 Jun 2017 Delegate Reunion Dinner and Debate
08 Jun 2017 Lessons from Scotland: Infrastructure Solutions for small nations
03 May 2017 Chairman's Dinner with the Honourable Anne Tolley, Minister of Local Government
20 Apr 2017 Women's Infrastructure Network NZ: Board Directorships – How to Get the Shoulder Tap?
19 Apr 2017 Delivering Infrastructure Value in Turbulent Time: the Changing Landscape of Infrastructure Thinking
18 Apr 2017 Emerging Talent Network: The secrets of successful networking
26 Mar 2017 Delegation to London and Scotland 2017
21 Mar 2017 DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: Whose hands are on the wheel?
09 Mar 2017 Emerging Talent - Organising Committee
02 Mar 2017 Women's Infrastructure Network Cocktail function
16 Feb 2017 Canada vs. NZ: Comparing the Planning, Funding and Delivery of Infrastructure
13 Dec 2016 Emerging Talent in Infrastructure Networking Evening
06 Dec 2016 Women in Infrastructure Network Christmas Luncheon
24 Nov 2016 Infrastructure New Zealand Annual General Meeting
09 Nov 2016 Global trends in cities: A lesson for Auckland
09 Nov 2016 Women in Infrastructure Network - Wellington Luncheon
20 Oct 2016 NZCID Building Nations Symposium 2016
19 Oct 2016 Australia New Zealand Infrastructure Forum (ANZIF)
28 Sep 2016 Is the RMA working for the environment?
27 Sep 2016 Social Housing Funding Forum
15 Sep 2016 Women in Infrastructure Luncheon - Auckland
15 Sep 2016 Women in Infrastructure Luncheon - Wellington
01 Jul 2016 Procurement Forum 2016
25 Feb 2016 Project Pipelines: Shedding light on 10 year infrastructure plans

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