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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. 

 

Concrete Construction Course

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

Consolidate Your Concrete (Associations)

It is time to consolidate the myriad of industry associations currently occupying the cement and concrete 'space' in NZ.

Labour's "Pro-Wood" Policy Inappropriate

Labour’s “pro-wood” government procurement strategy misguided.

Education, Training and Research

The concrete industry must invest wisely in education, training and research.
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  • MORE HOUSES, LESS OFFICES TIPPED

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 31/10/2014 Commercial and non-residential construction in Canterbury in the next five years may be $5 billion less than was thought a year ago.
  • LOW COST HOUSING 'TOO PRICEY'

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 24/10/2014 Getting on the property ladder is never easy, but the Government is taking the right steps to tackle Christchurch's ''affordability challenge'', Nick Smith says.
  • CHRISTCHURCH'S $600 MILLION MOTORWAYS

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 18/10/2014 In the middle of the earthquakes, Christchurch launched into a big motorway building programme. Now the city is discovering how that is affecting the shape of its recovery.
  • RETENTIONS LEAVE SUBBIES EXPOSED

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 15/10/2014 Despite record growth in the construction industry, cashflow problems have proved terminal for many building firms recently......
  • REFORM WILL BE AIMED AT HOUSE AFFORDABILITY - SMITH

    Source: NZHearld.co.nz 15/10/2014 Resource Management Act reform will be aimed at housing affordability says Nick Smith, Minister for Building and Construction......
  • THE FADING DREAM OF A FIRST HOME IN CITY

    Source: NZHerald.co.nz 15/10/2014 More pain for first-home buyers as report shows houses within reach down 35 per cent in 15 years - and falling fast......
  • SMOOTH STREETS, PIPES NETWORK A LONG WAY OFF

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 13/10/2014 Before the quakes we took our horizontal infrastructure - the roads, footpaths, and underground pipes that carry our water and wastewater - for granted......
  • INVESTORS MOVE IN AS FIRST-HOME BUYERS FOLD

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 13/10/2014 Property investors are the big winners from the Reserve Bank's mortgage restrictions, while first-home buyers are increasingly struggling to afford a house......
  • EXPERTS SPLIT ON WHETHER HOUSE PRICES WILL RISE OR FALL

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 13/10/2014 Wellington's real estate market is picking up but remains "sluggish", with prices in the region rising 2.6% year to September......
  • CONCRETE 'EXPLODES' DURING DEMOLITION

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 13/10/2014 Two shipping containers were knocked off their blocks in the final moments of the old City Hotel's demolition, causing traffic to be diverted......
  • BROKEN CITY DOING MORE THAN CATCHING UP

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 11/10/2014 Four years since the first of the Christchurch earthquakes rocked the city, Martin Van Beynen looks at some indicators to see if the city has caught up on lost ground......
  • $650M REVAMP STARTS FOR HOSPITALS

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 26/09/2014 The first stage of Christchurch Hospital's multi-million-dollar redevelopment will begin on Monday......
  • A VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN THE REBUILD

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 24/09/2014 It has taken a long time and there is still a very long way to go, but at last there are signs of real progress......
  • FOUNDATIONS LAID FOR BUS INTERCHANGE

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 23/09/2014 It is expected to take 12 hours and 234 truckloads before Christchurch's biggest continuous concrete pour since the quakes is completed......
  • FLETCHER WANTS TO ADD COUNCIL LAND TO QUARRY HOUSING PLAN

    Source: NZherald.co.nz 20/09/2014 Fletcher Residential has applied to Auckland Council to have the Three Kings quarry re-zoned for apartments and wants council land included......
  • CONCRETE HAS PROUD HISTORY IN CANTERBURY

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 11/09/2014 Architect Morten Gjerde agrees that some of the buildings in the rebuilt Christchurch are of poor quality. However, concrete is not to blame......
  • COUNCIL WORKS TO FIX CONSENTS ISSUE

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 20/08/2014 The Christchurch City Council is still struggling to process building consents applications on time but is confident it will improve this month......
  • HOMES PART OF FLETCHER FUTURE

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 20/08/2014 Christchurch rebuild projects will continue to feed into Fletcher Building's revenue stream for at least the next 10 years......
  • DIY PAIN: CHEF'S NEW KIND OF BURN

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 13/08/2014 Celebrity chef Richard Till wants others to learn from his "reckless" mistake after he suffered serious concrete burns to his legs when laying a shed-floor slab......
  • CENTRE PRECINCT'S $500M PRICE TAG QUERIED

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 08/08/2014 The Government will fund and own Christchurch's new convention centre, with private partners taking care of the surrounding precinct......
  • 'LACK OF DETAIL' IN PORT FAST-TRACK ANNOUNCEMENT

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 20/07/2014 Years will be shaved off Lyttelton Port's $1 billion redevelopment after the Government stepped in to fast-track plans......
  • FEWER RULES TO STREAMLINE PROJECTS

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 17/07/2014 Fewer rules and a streamlined approach to residential development will make building and living in Christchurch's central city more appealing, the Government says......
  • CHRISTCHURCH $3000 JOB INCENTIVE NETS 50

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 10/07/2014 Jobless in Wellington and with a $3000 carrot dangling, the lure of the south proved too tempting for some......
  • WYNYARD DEVELOPER CHOSEN

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 05/07/2014 Property developer Willis Bond & Co has won the tender to develop the first residential precinct at the Wynyard Quarter in downtown Auckland......
  • SAVOUR THE BUBBLES BEFORE RATES ARRIVE

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 19/06/2014 Wellington's lavish $180 million Clyde Quay Wharf development, home to the city's biggest concentration of millionaires, was officially opened yesterday......
  • MORE GOOD NEWS ON THE WAY FOR CENTRAL CITY

    Source: Stuff.co.nz 18/06/2014 Christchurch looks to be in for another spate of good-news announcements after recent hints by recovery leaders.......
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