Construction Bulletin | July 2018

Welcome to the Construction Bulletin – your monthly snapshot of activity and information you need to know in the construction, property and infrastructure spaces.

In this bulletin we:

  • take a glimpse at how the current building consent regime applies to prefabrication at scale – manufacturing at home or offshore;
  • review the results of AECOM's 2018 Infrastructure & Buildings Sentiment Survey;
  • consider whether revisiting council liability will improve the consenting process; and
  • recap the month's construction and infrastructure market activity.

Manufacturing and consent: Issues with prefabrication at scale

This month in our Prefab series we take a glimpse at how the current building consent regime applies to prefabrication at scale – manufacturing at home in New Zealand or offshore.

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Market sentiments: AECOM Infrastructure and Buildings Sentiment Report 2018

AECOM's 2018 Infrastructure & Buildings Sentiment survey results intend to contribute to an industry-wide conversation on how to best tackle the biggest challenges facing the construction sector.

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Will Revisiting Council Liability Improve the Consenting Process?

We look at the risk for councils as territorial authorities in building projects and their associated liability.

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July Construction News

A selection of construction news from the market.

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