Event Description

WIN Canterbury: Wellbeing event - Tools for integrating self-care in the real world

17 November 2022

Join us for Yoga, breathing, breakfast and a presentation just for you! 

Following on from the success of our previous WIN Canterbury wellbeing events, we are excited to bring you another inspiring and uplifting edition. WIN Canterbury together with Beca are delighted to invite you to help you find some time for yourself and your mental health in the build up to the silly season. 

Beca, 267 High Street, Christchurch

07:00 AM - 08:30 AM

TIC Canterbury: Metro Sports Facility | Parakiore Site Visit

16 November 2022

The Infrastructure Collective Canterbury presents to you a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes to witness New Zealand’s largest aquatic and indoor recreation and leisure facility of its kind.

Everyone will meet at the CPB site foyer at 2:20 pm at 20 Stewart Street, Christchurch Central City on 16 November Wednesday. Cameron McLean from Ōtākaro will be leading the tour, which will last approximately 45 – 50 mins with a 5-10min induction at the start.

This site visit will be followed a Networking Opportunity hosted and sponsored by Aurecon at Level 2, Iwikau Building, 93 Cambridge Terrace, Christchurch 8013.

20 Stewart Street

02:20 PM - 06:00 PM

WIN & TIC Auckland - MATES In Construction Charity Event

01 November 2022

The Auckland Women’s Infrastructure Network and The Infrastructure Collective, in association with Beca and MATES in Construction are delighted to welcome WIN and TIC members and their senior managers (male or female) to our 2022 charity event. This year we are delighted to showcase MATES in Construction.

Beca (Auckland)

04:00 PM - 07:00 PM

TIC Canterbury: Normalising Emotions in the Workplace

27 October 2022

The Infrastructure Collective Canterbury presents Normalising Emotions in the Workplace is a panel event focusing on lived experiences of how professionals in the infrastructure sector acknowledge and deal with emotions in the workplace. 

As humans, we cannot be expected to “leave life at the door” whilst bringing our authentic selves to work. So, let’s come together and hear from consultants, contractors and experts in the field on the importance of acknowledging emotions in the workplace.

Iwikau Building

05:00 PM - 06:30 PM

WIN Wellington: Tākina Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre site visit

27 October 2022

WIN Wellington together with Stantec are delighted to invite you to a presentation and site visit of the Tākina Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre. This bold new venue will be the Capital’s largest built infrastructure investment since the Wellington Regional Stadium two decades ago, offering a powerful combination of facilities across three floors and 18,000 sqm that draw visitors to Wellington to learn, meet and be inspired. Tākina Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre (Tākina) will be the Capital’s first premium event space delivering two key elements to Wellington’s economic infrastructure. 

Tākina Convention Centre

04:15 PM - 05:30 PM

WIN Waikato: Morning Tea at WSP

27 October 2022

The Women's Infrastructure Network Waikato would like to invite you to come and join us for morning tea at the new WSP Hamilton Office. 

Stephanie Cheevers, our local Champion for Carbon Capture, will present to us the work WSP are doing to help and support their clients to make informed decisions as they navigate their way through their Decarbonisation Journey.

WSP Hamilton

09:00 AM - 10:00 AM

TIC Wellington: Site visit to the Tākina Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre

20 October 2022

The Infrastructure Collective network invites you to attend a site visit hosted by LT McGuiness (lead contractor) to see the Tākina Convention Centre up close and hear about some of challenges faced during design and construction. 

Tākina Convention Centre

04:15 PM - 05:30 PM

WIN Wellington: Eastern Porirua Development and State Highway 58 Site Visit

20 October 2022

WIN Wellington are delighted to invite you to a presentation and site visit about the Eastern Porirua Development. The Porirua Development was announced in November 2018 to replace 2,000 existing state homes with new homes over a 20-year period, alongside bulk infrastructure improvements. 

The project objectives are to rejuvenate and increase state housing stock to deliver safe homes, provide additional housing stock to alleviate the housing crisis and uplift the wellbeing of the Porirua community. The project is being delivered by the Te Aranga Alliance for Kāinga Ora and Porirua City Council. 

Transport will be provided to the site, meet outside 38 Willis Street at 1:30 pm. Drinks and nibbles will be provided, thanks to the event sponsors Te Aranga and KPMG.

38 Willis Street

01:30 PM - 05:00 PM

The Cost of Delay in Infrastructure Decisions

19 October 2022

The costs associated with delayed decision-making for large infrastructure projects in New Zealand has significant implications for future generations.

In an industry first, Infrastructure New Zealand has partnered with Principal Economics to quantify the economic cost of delays in infrastructure decisions. Using their subregional computational general equilibrium model, Principal Economics estimated a total of $334 million in forgone benefits to New Zealand businesses and communities from each year of delay in the completion of the Waikato Expressway.

Register for the livestream here

PwC (Auckland)

04:30 PM - 07:00 PM

WIN Auckland – Demystifying the Environment Court

12 October 2022

WIN Auckland presents 'Demystifying the Environment Court, with Judge Dickey (Environment Court), Vanessa Evitt (Buddle Findlay) and Sharon Dines (Dines Consulting Ltd) to provide you with an informal, interactive discussion on how the Environment Court works. 

Buddle Findlay

05:30 PM - 07:30 PM