The New Zealand Construction Industry Council (CIC) is a not-for-profit industry association of associations in the building and construction, design and property sectors. It is the collaborative voice of the built environment industry in New Zealand and operates at the interface between government (central and local) and industry.
CIC Members are also not-for-profit organisations and peak bodies for professions involved in the delivery of our built environment — designers and specifiers (architects, designers, engineers etc.), contractors and suppliers (manufacturers, distributors, contractors, builders etc.) and a range of other building professionals (compliance, research, surveyors, developers etc.). See full Member list below.
The CIC is a collaborative group for information, networking, research and advocacy towards a better built environment for all New Zealanders.An Executive Council leads the proactive strategy and a wider General Council informs and connects.
The CIC interacts with users of the built environment through the media and through CIC Members.
A full list of CIC Member organisations, how to become a Member and organisation web-links is in the Members section below:
Members of the public may wish to contact one of these CIC Member organisations directly. Government, design and construction industry, and media are all welcome to contact us.
Our approach is to collaborate across member organisations to find a place where we can agree on the best way forward for New Zealand’s unique built environment — keeping our key principles in mind. The CIC provides a unique forum for debate, dialogue and dissemination of cross sectoral issues, challenges and opportunities in the New Zealand built environment.
A world-class construction sector that creates value and opportunities for all New Zealanders.
To work effectively within the design and construction industry, specifically between regulators and industry stakeholders, to continuously improve efficiency, resilience, quality and professionalism.
Feel free to get in touch with us if you are seeking industry views, support or guidance on current or emerging issues affecting the built environment. We are here to contribute and influence built environment outcomes, and the quality and performance of industry.
Please contact us to work with the CIC or learn more about what we do.
Download the CIC Strategic Plan 2015.
CIC works in areas of information, networking, advocacy, research and legislation. We have recently contributed to consultation in the following areas:
CIC responds to Building Act changes with timely submissions on behalf of Construction Industry Council members.
CIC is the front-door to the construction industry for consultation and feedback for proposed Building Code changes.
CIC maintains a good working relationship with MBIE, the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment that oversees the LBP programme.
CIC understands the importance of Health & Safety changes during 2016, by working closely with the Construction Safety Council and Worksafe, as well as CIC Member Sitesafe.
CIC provides submissions on Joint & Several Liability. Contact CIC for more information on these.
CIC provides submissions on Voidable Transactions. Contact CIC for more information on these.
Several CIC members have worked closely with government on Canterbury Royal Commission processes and findings.
CIC represents the workers in the design and construction industry, with CIC member BCITO being key to the Industry Training Review.
CIC is well-placed to produce guidance on new legislation, Please contact us with your consultation query. new regulations and other technical, legal and commercial developments that may affect the delivery of New Zealand’s built environment.
Here are some questions about Membership to CIC —
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How does my organisation become a Member?
How does CIC operate?
Who are the Members?
Chair david dot kelly at masterbuilder dot org dot nz
Accounts angelique at ccanz dot org dot nz
» For all general enquiries please email email@example.com