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Infrastructure New Zealand History

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Timeline

2017
June 13

REPORT – Building National Infrastructure Capability: Lessons from Scotland

REPORT – Building National Infrastructure Capability: Lessons from Scotland
April 11

NZCID name officially changed to Infrastructure New Zealand Incorporated

NZCID name officially changed to Infrastructure New Zealand Incorporated
March 14

Seventh International Delegation: London Edinburgh and Glasgow, Building National Infrastructure Capability

Seventh International Delegation: London Edinburgh and Glasgow, Building National Infrastructure Capability
2016
October 11

Eleventh Building Nations Symposium 2016

Eleventh Building Nations Symposium 2016
Viaduct Events Centre, Auckland. Infrastructure New Zealand Logo launched at the close of day one.
June 14

REPORT – Evaluating the environmental outcomes of the RMA

REPORT – Evaluating the environmental outcomes of the RMA
Environmental Defence Society
May 17

REPORT – Transport Solutions for a Growing City

REPORT – Transport Solutions for a Growing City
March 15

REPORT – Best Practice Project Procurement: Findings from an NZCID Delegation to Canada

REPORT – Best Practice Project Procurement: Findings from an NZCID Delegation to Canada
2015
October 13

Sixth International Delegation: Canada: Best Practice Project Procurement

Sixth International Delegation: Canada: Best Practice Project Procurement
August 19

POLICY BREAKTHROUGH – Terms of reference for the Auckland Transport Alignment Project signed

POLICY BREAKTHROUGH – Terms of reference for the Auckland Transport Alignment Project signed
Minister of Finance Hon Bill English, The Minister of Transport Hon Simon Bridges, the Mayor of Auckland Len Brown, and Auckland Councillor Bill Cashmore. Alignment between Auckland and the Govt had been the central platform pf NZCID.
August 11

Tenth Building Nations Symposium 2015

Tenth Building Nations Symposium 2015
Wigram, Christchurch
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