The first workshop in the Building Legends series will be presented by Warren Hollings on the topic of ‘Construction Planning’. Download more information here.Auckland & Christchurch Workshops
Building Legends Workshop 'Construction Planning'
Auckland & Christchurch, 22 August to 26 September 2018 (Underway)
The NZIOB Building Legends workshops will see today’s industry legends passing on their skills and experience to create a pool of highly skilled construction managers, who will in turn become tomorrow’s industry legends.
- Comprised of three half-day sessions (3.00pm-5.30pm):
AUCKLAND (1): Wed 18 July, Wed 1 Aug, Wed 15 Aug (Completed)
AUCKLAND (2): Wed 22 Aug, Wed 5 Sep, Wed 19 Sep (Underway)
CHRISTCHURCH: Wed 29 Aug, Wed 12 Sep, Wed 26 Sep (Underway)
- Non-NZIOB Member rate $750 + GST and NZIOB Member rate $650 + GST (total for all three sessions)
- Attendee numbers are capped at 20 participants per workshop
- NZIOB Members receive 15 CPD credits for the workshop (total for all three sessions)
NZIOB Charitable Trust 'Night at the Trots'
Auckland, 21 September 2018
Alexander Park Raceway, Auckland, from 5:30pm to 11:00pm
This very special event will assist in raising funds for the NZIOB Charitable Trust, whose purpose is to establish and award scholarships/prizes, and to fund research and innovation that relates to the construction industry. For more information, please visit our Awards page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BIMinNZ Conference 2019 – Engage, Inspire, Transform
Wellington, 8 May 2019 – Soundings Theatre, Te Papa
The inaugural BIMinNZ Conference is a collaboration between the BIM Acceleration Committee (BAC), the Building Research Association of New Zealand (BRANZ), and the New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB). Confirmed Keynote speakers are David Rendall – author of The Four Factors of Effective Leadership and Brendan Dillon – BIM Manager at Denver International Airport.
"The BIMinNZ Conference will provide relevant and inspiring local and international examples of where BIM sits within the project environment. Our aim is for delegates to engage with both the content and their fellow attendees; for them to be inspired, leaving the forum to play a role in transforming our industry." Dennis Burns, BIMinNZ Conference Chair