Presentations from Constructive

2019 Video: The State of the Sector (results from the 2019 business leaders industry confidence and issues survey)

Constructive 2022 - Save the Date

This year’s Constructive Forum will be held again over two days and tackle the issues facing both residential and commercial construction. Find out the dates here

Constructive 2021 Wrap Up: Building Our Way Forward

There has barely been time to reflect on another successful Constructive forum before the sector has been disrupted by another lockdown. Click here to read more!

Constructive 2021 - State of the Sector Survey Results

Click here to read about our state of the sector survey that was done ahead of our annual Constructive Forum highlighting key issues facing the building and construction sector

Constructive 2021: Registrations Now Open!

This is your opportunity to be part of the conversation as we tackle the big issues facing commercial and residential construction.

Constructive 2020 Wrap Up – Building Resilience for a Stronger Future

Our fifth Constructive Forum was a fantastic opportunity to bring the sector together and to engage with Government. I want to thank all those that attended one or all of the events, we value you taking the time to participate. All the Constructive e

Constructive Wrap Up

Registered Master Builders held its annual Constructive Forum on 12 September 2019. Constructive is New Zealand’s only Construction Industry Forum, bringing together the entire supply chain, from finance, land, design and build, and enabling sectors

Building Today Chief's Chat. Constructive Recap

This month we held our fourth Constructive Forum. We started Constructive to encourage and facilitate greater collaboration across the sector. Judging by the high calibre industry and Government leaders that were part of the programme this year, it’s

Technology and collaboration star in award-winning buildings

Building twice holds the secret to creating better buildings, demonstrated by the winners of Registered Master Builders inaugural BIM (Building Information Modelling) Innovation Awards, announced at today’s Constructive Forum in Wellington.

Spectre of Trump and government regulations hindering building and construction

Rising international political tensions, alongside government regulatory and policy barriers, are causing anxiety in the building and construction sector, according to a recent survey led by Registered Master Builders.

Building Today Chief's Chat - New awards to celebrate innovation in the sector

Construction is firmly at the top of the news agenda, and it was also heartening to hear from Minister Twyford that it is at the top of the Government’s agenda as well.