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By blending technical and marketing disciplines, as well as balancing growth opportunities with support for existing markets, CCANZ aims to ensure that industry decision makers realise the full potential of concrete.

With over 250 corporate and individual members, those that seek to better understand concrete as key to a sustainable built environment include architects, designers, engineers, building contractors and students. 

 

Weathertight Concrete Construction Course

CCANZ has developed a 1-day course on weathertight concrete construction for BOINZ.

Concrete Construction Course

A Concrete Construction Course for supervising the receipt and placement of fresh concrete on-site.

Gaining Industry Momentum in 2015

Indicators suggest that 2015 will provide a positive operating environment for the construction sector.

Concrete Masonry - The Silent Workhorse

Concrete masonry doesn’t receive the recognition it deserves, despite being a staple construction material.

Consolidate Your Concrete (Associations)

It is time to consolidate the industry associations currently occupying the cement and concrete 'space' in NZ.
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  • CONSTRUCTION TAILS OFF IN FINAL QUARTER OF 2014

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 04/03/2015 Home building work rose in the last three months of last year but commercial work tailed off, leaving overall construction volumes almost flat in the December quarter......
  • HOLCIM'S $50M INFLATABLE DOME ON TIMARU WATERFRONT

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 27/02/2015 Inflation of Holcim's $50 million dome for storing cement at the port of Timaru is complete......
  • BUILDING CONSENTS HIT POST-BOOM HIGH

    Source: NZHerald.co.nz 27/02/2015 Nearly $1 billion of building work was consented in last month, according to new Statistics New Zealand figures......
  • ARCHITECT SIR IAN ATHFIELD REMEMBERED AT HOME

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 23/01/2015 New Zealand's architectural cuckoo has been sent off in style.
  • RENOWNED ARCHITECT SIR IAN ATHFIELD DIES, AGED 74

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 16/01/2015 Renowned Wellington-based architect Sir Ian Athfield has died. He was 74.
  • SKYCITY SHOWS ITS HAND ON NEW CONVENTION CENTRE

    Source: NZHerald.co.nz 14/01/2015 Details of the SkyCity convention centre have been revealed for the first time in the resource consent application......
  • CHRISTCHURCH'S RED ZONES: DRONE'S EYE VIEW

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 13/01/2015 New aerial footage showing the extent of the damage to Christchurch during the earthquakes prompted others to share their own drones videos and photographs.......
  • MOVING FORWARD WITH RESOURCES

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 13/01/2015 A more prosperous New Zealand would mean more options and more things we care about. How do we become more prosperous?......
  • WATERVIEW PROJECT HITS HALFWAY

    Source: NZHerald.co.nz 12/01/2015 New Zealand's largest road project - the $1.4 billion Waterview Connection in Auckland - has passed the halfway mark......
  • ENGINEERS LOOK FOR MORE EFFICIENCY

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 12/01/2015 Structural engineers wanting to fix the devastated Christchurch commercial centre do not like the idea of waste......
  • CHRISTCHURCH REBUILD WILL BE ENGINEER'S LEGACY

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 10/01/2015 A rebuilt Christchurch will be Nigel Priestley's memorial. The world leader in earthquake resistant engineering died recently......
  • NEW BUILDS RESHAPE CHRISTCHURCH

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 06/01/2015 Four years on from the earthquakes, new buildings in Christchurch have become hearteningly ubiquitous. Here is a round up of 10 of the most striking......
  • FOWLER'S MISSION WAS TO BUILD HALL

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 06/01/2015 Few buildings in the history of Wellington were so divisive or had so tortured a genesis as the Michael Fowler Centre......
  • 2015 A YEAR OF ECONOMIC EXPANSION

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 05/01/2015 The year ahead will be one of "pure economic expansion" for New Zealand, says ANZ chief economist Cameron Bagrie......
  • TAKING SAFETY PROCEDURES SERIOUSLY

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 05/01/2015 Hawkins Construction has a strict no alcohol policy to the point where "beersies" at a "topping out" of a new build have been switched to soft drinks......
  • TRADESPEOPLE 'MOST WANTED'

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 05/01/2015 Bricklayers, carpenters and joiners top a Statistics NZ's 'most wanted' list, confirming a shift in Christchurch from engineering groundwork to construction......
  • FUTURE'S BRIGHTEST IN CHRISTCHURCH'S EASTERN FRAME

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 03/01/2015 "Get in early, get in early." Peter Marshall, Warren and Mahoney managing director, is talking about development in the eastern frame......
  • SURGE OF REBUILD WORKERS PREDICTED

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 23/12/2014 An additional 8000 construction workers will be needed for the Canterbury rebuild in the next three years, a report says......
  • $200M BURWOOD HOSPITAL REBUILD NEARS HALF-WAY

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 16/12/2014 The $200 million redevelopment of Burwood Hospital is nearing halfway.
  • COMMUNITY PULLS TOGETHER FOR POOL

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 12/12/2014 Mt Pleasant has a pool with all the trimmings thanks to an "all or nothing" attitude to a community fundraising drive.
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