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Construction supply chain event in Auckland

Posted on Friday 30 April, 2021

Issues with the construction material supply chain is one of the biggest constraints currently faced by the New Zealand construction industry. The NZIOB Northern Region is hosting an event in which four leading construction supply businesses will discuss how they are navigating their way through these local and international hurdles.

Site visit to Sunset West Apartments in Wellington

Posted on Friday 30 April, 2021

The NZIOB Central Region Committee is hosting a site visit to Sunset West Apartments. Designed by Designgroup Stapleton Elliott for Nightingale Land Investments, this revolutionary apartment building comprises sophisticated, functional one-bedroom apartments that complement the lifestyle of urban-dwellers.

Southern Region Quiz Night – be quick to book one of the last tables!

Posted on Friday 30 April, 2021

There are only a handful of tables still available for this year's NZIOB Southern Region Quiz Night. This event is a fantastic opportunity for industry colleagues to come together for a night of networking, drinks, and friendly competition. Book your table now to avoid missing out.

Building Legends upcoming workshops

Posted on Friday 30 April, 2021

Subject to demand, the current Building Legends Financial Management workshop will also be run in Wellington, indicatively across July/August. 2021 also sees the re-run of the workshop on Construction Planning with Warren Hollings, and a third workshop is planned, focusing on Picture Planning.