New Zealand is working hard on November’s much anticipated Building Nations
2021 symposium, with more than 700 delegates expected to attend.
planning events of this scale, it is important the event is not only enjoyable,
offers an engaging and relevant programme to the wide range of delegates
attending, but that it is also held safely.
In light of
the Government’s announcement that Auckland will remain at Alert Level 4 for at
least another two weeks with a review on Monday 13 September, the
Infrastructure New Zealand Board has decided to host this year’s symposium as a
this decision, the Board is keen to provide certainty to our members as we all
plan for the remainder of 2021.
is also keen to adapt as the Covid pandemic continues. We believe a symposium
delivered virtually will be just as engaging and insightful.
There is no
doubt it will be different to previous years but if Covid has taught us
anything, it is our ability to adapt to changing conditions.
will of course be the same, which is to ensure that the importance of effective
and efficient delivery of infrastructure to NZ will remain front and centre to
all our stakeholders.
to work with our sponsors and speakers to deliver an exciting and relevant
forward to sharing that programme with you in the next few weeks, once the last
few details are confirmed.
If you have
any questions, please contact General Manager, Claire Edmondson at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone on 021 272 7879.
Margaret Devlin, Chair and
Claire Edmondson, General Manager