BOINZ is a non-profit registered charitable organisation. The Institute has a national office based in Wellington and nine branches nationwide. It represents over 1200 members engaged in building controls in both the public and private sectors.
The Cement & Concrete Association of New Zealand is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to develop, promote and encourage competitive, safe and innovative use of cement and concrete products, and to improve public product-awareness through information systems and education.
As founding strategic sponsors of the Fencing Contractors Association of New Zealand (FCANZ), Pacific Steel, through our WIREMARK® brand, are supporting the grass-roots industry body in insuring the fencing profession has a voice.
The Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) is a not-for-profit professional body representing the engineering profession in New Zealand. It has around 16,000 members who are either engineers or have a special interest in engineering, usually practicing in New Zealand.
Metals New Zealand (Metals NZ) is an incorporated society serving the needs of New Zealand's metals related industry. Launched in 2011, it consists of Organisation Members made up from metals related industry associations, Ordinary Corporate Members made up from key stakeholder companies and Affiliate Members who are generally the members of the Organisation Members.
New Zealand Certified Builders (NZCB) is a membership organisation set up by a group of trade qualified builders in 1998. These builders, led by Tauranga’s Craig Wilkinson, wanted to create a group that would protect homeowners from unqualified builders and unethical practices and promote excellence in building standards.
Formed in May 2013 the New Zealand Fencing Competition Association (NZFC) aims to promote the best practice and excellence of fencing in a competitive environment.
NZFC is run by a group of volunteers, the majority of which are fencing competitors. This knowledge and passion in the industry has helped to identify the value that fencing competitions have in showcasing standards and assisting in up-skilling techniques, which can then be used within fencing businesses on the fence line.