Sustainability, including waste avoidance, on Auckland’s City Rail Link is a cornerstone of the single largest transport infrastructure project to be built in this country.
Ambitious goals underpin Auckland’s City Rail Link project. That’s according to Sean Sweeney, CE of City Rail Link Ltd (CRLL), who says his organisation aims to deliver...
IPWEA NZ is working with iQualify to develop a suite of infrastructure asset management micro-credentials using open badge technology. Steve Browning explains.
Infrastructure asset managers provide a much-needed skillset and role within the public works profession. This challenging vocation requires a commitment to public service. It also...
August 12 – 13
Safe & Secure Facilities and Public Spaces. Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington
August 12 – 13
Community Plan Forum. Sudima Hotel, Christchurch Airport, Christchurch
August 12 – 14
2019 New Zealand ESRI User Conference. SkyCity, Auckland Convention Centre
August 13 – 15
Pictured above: The design references navigation and sailing, Captain James Cook and the great Polynesian explorer Kupe.
Future-proofing techniques, extensive use of local labour and a big design nod to the region’s rich heritage are all features of Whitianga’s long-awaited town centre upgrade.
Whitianga is one of the Coromandel...
The Association of Local Government Information Management (ALGIM) is rolling out a new system to guide councils in improving their cybersecurity measures and ensure they’re up to date with best practices.
ALGIM’s Local Government Cybersecurity Programme lets councils see their cybersecurity status, track how it’s changing over time, and...
You have until Thursday August 29 to send in comments and submissions on the Productivity Commission’s long-awaited draft report Local Government Funding and Financing.
The report aims to help the government ascertain whether existing funding and financing arrangements are suitable for enabling local authorities to meet current and future cost...