International Partners

International Partners

Giving members access to a global public works community by building our relationships with our International Partners.

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As an IPWEA Member, you get access to a range of APWA Products at the discounted rate of 20% off using the code IPWEA21.

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About APWA: APWA serves professionals in all aspects of public works—a fact that sets it apart from other organizations and makes it an effective voice of public works throughout North America. With a worldwide membership more than 30,000 strong, APWA includes not only personnel from local, county, state/province, and federal agencies, but also private sector personnel who supply products and services to those professionals. Membership in APWA is open to any individual, agency, or corporation with an interest in public works and infrastructure issues.

See IPWEA APWA Partnership Press Release here.

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About CNAM: The Canadian Network of Asset Managers is a Not-For-Profit Association positioned for public sector infrastructure Asset Management in Canada. Its members are municipal and private sector experts who develop policies, tools and technologies which improve the level of service for public infrastructure assets in every provinces and territory In Canada.

See IPWEA CNAM Partnership Press Release here.

About GFOA: Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) is a professional association of 21,000+ state, provincial, and local government finance officers in the United States and Canada with a mission to advance excellence in public finance. GFOA serves areas of accounting, budgeting, capital planning, economic development, debt management, pension administration, treasury and investment management, and technology.

See IPWEA GFOA Partnership Press Release here.


About GFMAM: The Global Forum on Maintenance & Asset Management (GFMAM) is a non profit organisation, originally founded in May 2010 in Switzerland. It was re-incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation under the laws of Canada in October 2017.

Since its inception the Global Forum has held two meetings per year in conjunction with the conferences of its member societies and many opportunities to collaborate have been identified and advanced.


About IFME: IPWEA is a member of the International Federation of Municipal Engineering (IFME). IFME’s mission is to connect municipal engineers, public works professionals and their professional associations around the world so that they share a global pool of knowledge and experience. The aim is to foster continuous improvement in the quality of public works and wider community services.

Member countries of IFME are national municipal engineering associations, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Finland, France, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Norway, New Zealand, South Africa, Sweden, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and the USA.


About WPiAM: World Partners in Asset Management is a worldwide partnership, established in late 2014, of national non-profit professional associations working together to enable individuals and organisations to develop, assess and recognise competence in Asset Management, for the benefit of their members and of the asset management community globally.

WPiAM’s flagship certification, the Certified Asset Management Assessor (CAMA) Certification, has become the benchmark globally for individuals to establish their knowledge and comprehension of asset management. For more information about WPiAM, CAMA or the Global Certification Scheme, please visit

Engineering NZ

About Engineering NZ: Engineering New Zealand is a non-profit membership organisation with 22,000 members. They are dedicated to promoting the interests of engineers and engineering and do so by having a voice on topical issues. Their members are professional, credible and up to date with industry changes. They support them every day to be the best engineers they can be, and shout their contribution to our communities from the rooftops. Put simply, they bring engineering to life. As New Zealand’s professional body for engineers since 1914, they create a community of learning, collaboration, and support for engineers from all disciplines throughout the lifespan of their careers.