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NZ Building Industry Awards Ceremony & Gala Dinner

Posted on Friday 11 June, 2021

Following industry feedback, the New Zealand Building Industry Awards will revert to a single venue for its 2021 Ceremony & Gala Dinner on Friday, 13 August. The vertical industry’s ‘big night’ will be again held in the Great Room of the Cordis Hotel. General ticket sales to non-finalists open on Monday (14 June).

NZIOB Elections: Voting opens 15 June

Posted on Friday 11 June, 2021

 The 2021 NZIOB election is the Institute’s second under the 2019 NZIOB Constitution. Following the closing of nominations on 13 May, the Institute is in the enviable position of having a greater number of candidates than there are positions to fill, therefore an online election will occur to determine the successful candidate for those positions.

2021 NZIOB AGM and Site Tour

Posted on Friday 11 June, 2021

The NZIOB Central Region Committee will be hosting this year’s AGM in Wellington on 13 July. The event will begin with a site tour of the Indian High Commission in Thorndon, followed by project presentations and AGM at the National Library.

BIMinNZ Conference opening speaker confirmed

Posted on Friday 11 June, 2021

New York Times bestselling author Shawn Achor has been confirmed as opening speaker at the BIMinNZ Conference in Wellington on 10 March 2022. Shawn’s interest in how collective performance gains of individuals contribute to an elevated eco-system performance, fits in well with the BIMinNZ Conference theme, Building our Digital Community.