Infrastructure

Trans-tasman construction standards mooted

Oliver Lewis
Tue, 03 May 2022

Trans-tasman construction standards mooted
The Infrastructure Commission wants NZ to become more attractive to international construction firms and products (Image: Getty)
Oliver Lewis
Tue, 03 May 2022
New Zealand needs to become more attractive to international construction firms and products, a new report recommends.In its 30-year strategy, released on Monday, the Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga, set out a host of challenges facing the infrastructure sector in NZ and made 68 recommendations ranging from more enabling planning to a rethink of transport funding.To become a more competitive option for international companies, the report suggested NZ develop a consistent approach with Australia on things such as product and building stan...

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