State of the Sector
Our sector is navigating an incredible boom, while also facing significant disruption due to COVID-19 related skilled labour shortages and key supplies. This adds enormous complexity to already challenging projects. Our state of the sector survey provides an annual stocktake of what is happening across the broader landscape. Our senior executives from across the New Zealand and Australian markets provide their take on what this means for businesses and what we need to do differently.
You can watch the State of the Sector Video here.
Government’s Term of Delivery – An Update From the Minister
How Government and sector can work together to address New Zealand’s critical infrastructure deficit.
Click here to watch the Ministers update.
Prioritising Critical Infrastructure – An Update from the Infrastructure Commission
CEO Ross Copland provides an update of the Commission’s first year, including progress of the 30-year strategy.
What’s Next for the Construction Sector Accord?
Our sector has come a long way in recent years, and much of this is down to the Construction Sector Accord. The Accord originated at Constructive and has provided a successful platform for Government and the sector to work together. This session discusses the current work programme and what is next for the Accord. We also focus on procurement, showcasing examples of new approaches which are proving successful for clients and contractors.
The Diversity Opportunity
In a constrained labour market, our sector needs to encourage and engage with a more diverse workforce. Leaders from across the sector share how we can improve our approach as a sector and take better advantage of the diversity opportunity.
Climate Change – How is Our Sector Responding?
Climate change has moved up the political and business agenda. Our sector is no exception. Environmental issues are impacting not only what we build, but also how we build. This session looks at new approaches to building and retrofitting to help decarbonise our landscapes.
You’ll discuss decarbonisation across the sector and we’ll then share examples of new practice.