In April 2018, Infrastructure NZ led a delegation of 42 senior public and private officials to the USA to investigate how infrastructure is planned, funded and delivered. Infrastructure NZ is delighted to invite you to the launch of the “Lessons from USA – Planning, Funding and Enabling City Growth” research report and the implications for New Zealand.
A presentation of the findings will be followed by a moderated discussion on the implications for Canterbury with panelists Gill Cox (Committee for Canterbury), Leeann Watson (Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce), Steve Clarke (Development Christchurch Ltd), and Hamish Glenn (Infrastructure NZ).
Thanks to our hosts Anthony Harper, the function will conclude with refreshments and networking.
You are invited to visit the Northern Corridor Improvements Project on Friday 26th October 8.00 – 11.00am. Find out how the NCI project will provide a much needed transport upgrade for the whole Albany and North Harbour community. Hear what our talented women engineers are doing on the project and visit our sites to see work that has already started. For more information on the project please see the attached NCI newsletter.
WIN Waikato, in partnership with Tainui Group Holdings, warmly invite you to enjoy breakfast and connect with and hear from a panel of inspirational Tainui wahine leaders, including Bella Takiari-Brame and Tipa Mahuta.
The panel will be led by Jackie Colliar (Ngāti Mahuta, Waikato), Strategic Manager – Infrastructure for Hamilton City Council, and will provide our members an opportunity to learn about the journey of these wahine, as well as some tips and tricks for success in their respective fields
Thanks to the generous hospitality of Tainui Group Holdings, breakfast will be provided at this early morning session.
Infrastructure NZ Chair Patrick Brockie and WIN Chair Margaret Devlin are delighted to invite you to an event with Her Excellency The Rt. Hon. Dame Patsy Reddy for a discussion on 'Normalising Diversity in the Infrastructure Sector'.
Spaces are strictly limited.
The New Zealand Government has set the ambitious target of zero net carbon emissions by 2050. At this exclusive member event, the Productivity Commission’s Murray Sherwin will present a roadmap for how we get there and Thinkstep’s Jeff Vickers will launch their latest report “Creating a Positive Drive: Decarbonisation of New Zealand’s Transport Sector by 2050.”
What is the role of electric vehicles in achieving our climate change objectives and what is the role of light rail, car sharing and behavioural change?
An expert panel featuring our two keynote presenters along with Toyota's Spencer Morris and Gull’s Dave Bodger will discuss the findings and policy implications.
Thanks to our hosts Simpson Grierson, the function will conclude with refreshments and networking.
Under the Constitution, four current members of the Board are required to stand down each year. However, this year, five Board positions are available. All full corporate members are eligible to nominate a representative to stand for election to the Board and to vote at the AGM in person or by proxy. There is one vote per membership. Associate members are entitled to attend the AGM, but are not entitled to stand for election or vote. Official AGM business will run from 3.00pm – 6.00pm.
Networking drinks and canapes will follow at the conclusion of the event.
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