• Member Consultation - Economic Regulation and Consumer Protection for Three Waters

    MBIE have called for submissions on economic regulation and consumer protection for three waters – refer here
    IPWEA NZ is preparing a submission focused on the importance of asset management and its role in regulation.  We will hold a short (1 hour) member forum to discuss members’ views and gain your input for our submission at 1pm 24 November. 
  • Learning needs survey

    IPWEA NZ provides professional development opportunities for people who deliver public works and engineering services to communities in New Zealand. As part of our planning for the coming year we would appreciate knowing a little bit about your learning needs. The survey is five questions and should only take about five minutes to complete.

    Complete the Learning needs survey here


View our IPWEA NZ 2020 Conference Papers
  View our library for the latest presentations from the 2021 RIMS Forum

View our 2020 NAMS Forum presentations

NZ Training & Events




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  • Kia ora koutou Minister Nanaia Mahuta announced this week that the Government will legislate the three waters reform ...

  • This morning, Minister Mahuta announced that the three waters reform programme will proceed with an ‘all in’ legislated approach ...


ebook version now available
International InfrastructureManagement Manual (IIMM)

The IIMM 6th Ed. (2020) is now electronic - find out more and buy here.

NAMS Property

Insuring Public Infrastructure Assets Against Damage Caused by Natural Disaster Events

Free to IPWEA NZ members

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