The New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) represents more than 90 per cent of all registered architects in New Zealand. It is a professional body supporting the needs of its members through a range of services.
Architectural Designers New Zealand (ADNZ) is the national professional body representing architectural designers. ADNZ professional and associate members are located in their own practices throughout New Zealand.
Construction Information Limited (CIL), operating as Masterspec, is New Zealand's market leader in specification systems, related information and supporting software to the New Zealand construction industry. The strength of CIL's product offering is enhanced by the company's 100% industry ownership through the New Zealand Institute of Architects, and the Registered Master Builders' Association.
EBOSS is an online library of product catalogues from 219 of New Zealand's leading architectural product suppliers. Products in the EBOSS library contain scope of use, limitations and building code compliance information, case studies, plus product literature like drawings, CAD and BIM, warranties, appraisals and more.
REGISTERED MASTER BUILDERS
Registered Master Builders represents New Zealand’s premier building and construction companies. Its heritage spans over 100 years, with an unsurpassed network throughout New Zealand.
CERTIFIED BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND (CBANZ)
The Certified Builders Association of NZ represents a nationwide network of trade qualified builders who meet the highest industry standards.
The New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) is a not-for-profit, industry organisation. Their vision is that New Zealanders live, work and play in healthy, efficient and productive buildings in a sustainable built environment.
They achieve this through:
- Promoting the benefits of sustainable buildings by creating a common language and demonstrating the value
- Assisting the property and construction sector to acquire the skills and knowledge to be able to deliver a sustainable built environment
- Motivating and rewarding the sustainable development and operation of buildings across New Zealand.
The history of the NZIOB started in 1964 under the banner of the Australian Institute of Building (AIB). In 1983 the umbilical cord was cut, and the NZIOB was incorporated. Throughout its now, 34-year history, the NZIOB and its membership have been very focused on performing two core roles:
- Development of an active and collegial construction community that provides CPD and social events to a membership that is drawn across the entire sector
- Representing the entire construction industry as an energetic, articulate and reliable stakeholder.
Lifemark® rated homes are designed to be usable and safe for people of all ages and stages. They are easy to live in - for a lifetime.
Lifemark® work alongside designers and builders to offer advice on how to make best use of space in a home, based on the principles of Universal Design. Any new home design and any size home can be Lifemark® rated. It's about designing to have space in the right place. The Lifemark® Star Rating shows how well a home or retirement village will suit you and your family's needs over a lifetime.
THE WINDOW AND GLASS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND
The Window and Glass Association of New Zealand aims to help you make informed decisions about windows and doors.
RETIREMENT VILLAGES ASSOCIATION (RVA)
The Retirement Villages Association (RVA) is a voluntary industry association that represents the interests of registered retirement village owners, developers and managers throughout New Zealand, as well as individuals and organisations who supply goods and services to the retirement village industry.
The key areas of work undertaken by the RVA include:
- Lobbying and representation
- Annual conferences and forums
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS AUSTRALASIA
Learning Environments Australasia (formerly CEFPI Australasia) is a community of over 900 professionals sharing best practice on the design, planning, building and use of innovative learning environments.
The diversity of their professional membership is the key to their success. No community can build a school in isolation or without the participative work of all stakeholders.