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Latest Discussion Posts

  • Hi Everyone, While mapping assets in Parks and reserves, just wanted to know how everyone maps their bollards as lines or individual bollards ? What would be the best approach to map and maintain these category of parks assets. Thanks Akshithha ...

  • Hi all. I have just started work in a regional council in New Zealand as 'asset management engineer'. I have come from a water utility in Australia. I wanted to get some opinions on a couple of documents and where they fit in relation to an asset ...

Upcoming Events

Announcements

  • Celebrating half a century of membership

    At the Northern Branch Meeting in Whangarei on 6 May, we were honoured to mark a special occasion: Michael Jones was presented with a trophy to recognise 50 Years of membership with IPWEA NZ.

    Michael kindly shared some reflections and advice for younger players from 50 years in public works, here.
  • Entries open for Asset Management Excellence Awards 2021

    Entries are now invited for the IPWEA NZ Asset Management Excellence Awards 2021.  The Awards provide an opportunity to showcase your best work among your peers and the infrastructure sector. We look foward to celebrating your achievements with you!

Community Blogs

  • The buzz of face to face meetings – worth the wait! After several COVID-cancellations over 12 months, our Northern Branch meeting in Whangarei finally went ahead to much excitement We were all very excited to have our first face to face ...

  • The bend in the road is not the end of the road, ……unless you fail to see it Industry leader insights, By Raveen Jaduram One of our emerging challenges is that society is increasingly gravitating towards the comfortable.  With ...

  • Lessons Learned from Five Decades of Civil Engineering At the Northern Branch meeting on Thursday 6 May in Whangarei, Branch Chair Cushla Anich had the honour of presenting a special award to one of our members, Michael (Mick) Jones. As of 7 May 2021, ...

  • Are you a thought leader in climate change, sustainability, social responsibility, people and culture, digital and infrastructure innovations or risk? We're on the hunt for inspiring presenters to our national conference, Future-Fit Aotearoa . ...

  • Lockdowns did not stop our Tokoroa branch meeting Online Northern branch meeting - 3 March 2021 by Cushla Anich, Northern Branch Chair There was a great turnout for our industry branch meeting this morning.  We had to think quick on Sunday ...