CCH Learning is hosting a one-day Building and Construction conference running in Auckland and Christchurch on September 24 and October 22 respectively.
This highly topical conference has an interesting mix of presentations by leading industry specialists. It is offering attendees from across the industry a varied programme of informative discussion around current issues and opportunities in the New Zealand construction industry.
It is targeted at lawyers, construction managers, project managers, commercial property developers, civil engineers, quantity surveyors, mediators and others with an interest in the issues faced by the industry today.
Recent changes to residential builders’ responsibilities.
Transmission Gully, New Zealand’s first roading PPP project.
It’s not all about payment — broadening the scope of the Construction Contracts Act.
Building resilience in construction organisations.
Resolving construction disputes.
The future of New Zealand construction.
Personal Property Securities Register: the impact and implications for the construction industry.
Product assurance — How should the industry go about regulating?
Auckland conference: Managing growth and land use in Auckland.
Christchurch conference: Christchurch — rebuilt or reborn?