We continued to enable our members to set the standard for consultancy skills and professionalism, to ensure the success of the sector, now and into the future. By providing clarity on best practice, we supported our members to perform at their best as they deliver critical technology, construction, infrastructure and environmental solutions across Aotearoa.
Building key relationships enables us to share vital information with our members throughout the year. We continue to work with the Construction Sector Accord, the New Zealand Construction Industry Council, the Engineering Leadership Forum, Waka Kotahi and Auckland Council’s Customer Advisory Group, as well as collaborating with Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects, Engineering New Zealand, Civil Contractors New Zealand, Master Builders, the Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum and CEAS on our events, advocacy, and policy work.
We issued a range of new guidance documents and resources for members, including updated and digitally enabled Producer Statements, a Practice Alert for Kainga Ora’s Professional Services Agreement, and a COVID-19 and the workplace position template.
By sharing a range of articles through our communication channels, we continued to provide sector news, member insights and thought leadership. We regularly provided opportunities for our members to build their skills and networks through a series of webinars and events.