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Infrastructure New Zealand History

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Timeline

2021
November 16

Sixteenth Building Nations 2021

Sixteenth Building Nations 2021
Building Nations 2021 becomes the first Building Nations event to be held fully virtually
July 14

Claire Edmondson becomes the first woman to lead Infrastructure New Zealand

June 22

InfraRead launched

InfraRead launched
May 24

Margaret Devlin and Tracey Ryan become the first women to be elected Infrastructure New Zealand’s Chair and Deputy Chair, respectively.

2020
December 15

REPORT – Infrastructure Priorities for the 2020-2023 Government

REPORT – Infrastructure Priorities for the 2020-2023 Government
November 29

REPORT – Infrastructure as Strategy: Delivering Outcomes in a post-RMA Environment

REPORT – Infrastructure as Strategy: Delivering Outcomes in a post-RMA Environment
November 23

Fifteenth Building Nations Symposium 2020

Fifteenth Building Nations Symposium 2020
The Trusts Arena, Henderson. Recording breaking attendance and first time full-conference livestream.
November 17

POLICY BREAKTHROUGH – Ministry of Transport releases A proposal to revolutionise transport funding and charging

POLICY BREAKTHROUGH – Ministry of Transport releases A proposal to revolutionise transport funding and charging
October 13

Infrastructure New Zealand wins NZEA Award for Best Corporate Event for Building Nations Symposium 2019

Infrastructure New Zealand wins NZEA Award for Best Corporate Event for Building Nations Symposium 2019
August 11

POLICY BREAKTHROUGH – New water regulator Taumata Arowai is established, enabling independent quality regulation of water services

POLICY BREAKTHROUGH – New water regulator Taumata Arowai is established, enabling independent quality regulation of water services
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