Year in review

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This year has been significant for our sector. Before we take a well-deserved break, we should take a moment to reflect on what we’ve...

New awards to celebrate innovation in the sector

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By RMBA CEO David Kelly I think, unfairly, the perception of the construction sector is often of it being reluctant to innovate, and dragging its...

Post-Covid’s been a busy time — the big question is, what comes next?

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By RMBA chief executive David Kelly It has been a busy time for many of us as we get back up and running in a...

RMBA CEO: Biggest concerns are cashflow and weathertightness

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Registered Master Builders Association residential members say their two biggest issues are cashflow and weathertightness of sites, while commercial members are concerned about the...

RMBA welcomes the Construction Sector Accord

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By RMBA chief executive David Kelly A successful construction sector is vital to ensuring a growing economy and, ultimately, better well-being for all New Zealanders. Our...

Protecting people’s biggest lifetime investment

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Too many homes are being built in New Zealand without the protection of a warranty. Building a new home or undertaking a major renovation...

Constructive the driver for major industry change

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By RMBA chief executive David Kelly This month we held our fourth Constructive Forum. We started Constructive to encourage and facilitate greater collaboration across the...

NZ’s building industry: ‘It has never been more crucial for our sector to be...

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By RMBA chief executive David Kelly This year has certainly not been the year we expected it to be, and many of us will be...

RMBA CEO: Construction sector needs complete reset

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By RMBA chief executive David Kelly   There’s no doubt the construction sector has been experiencing sustained growth for a while now. Statistics New Zealand shows the...

The risks of vocational education reform. Can we get it right?

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By RMBA CEO David Kelly   MBIE forecasts show sustained construction sector growth for the next six years, with between $35 billion to $40 billion dollars...