Consolidated Industry Resource

Last updated 18 March 2022

The following has been prepared as a collated list of design resources from across some of the key NZ Industry design resource providers, in order to facilitate improved search and ready access to a wide range of content across the industry.

The content includes general info, as well as materials related content, including steel, concrete, timber, etc.  The input of each of the contributors is appreciated.  The content is as provided Oct 2021 – Mar 2022; please check the relevant website(s) for updated information.

Use Ctrl-F to search for content of interest in the normal manner

Content providers currently included are :

  • CNZ-LS  : Concrete NZ Learned Society
  • Eng.NZ  : Engineering New Zealand
  • Govt.NZ: (MBIE/ex DBH): Practice Advisories etc
  • HERA     : Heavy Engineering Research, NZ
  • SESOC   : Structural Engineering Society NZ 
  • NZTDS   : New Zealand Timber Design Society (Pending)
  • SCNZ     :  Steel Construction NZ   (Pending)

Please advise of any pan-industry technical resources not included in the above list, ie design advisory information, excluding commercial or manufacturer/product info

Originally prepared by G Bird, Oct 21 – Mar 2022

CNZ-LSEng. NZGovt. NZ (MBIE/ex DBH)HERASESOCNZTDSSCNZ

About: The Concrete NZ Learned Society facilitates the sharing of industry knowledge, participates in the development of concrete and construction & provides a foundation for building valuable business networks in New Zealand and overseas.

URL: www.concretenz.org.nz/

Technical Resources Listing
Information Bulletins

Last updated : 1 Nov 2021

About: We’re Engineering New Zealand – a non-profit membership organisation that’s driven to help our engineers be the best so they can engineer better lives for New Zealanders. We’re the voice of engineering…

URL: https://www.engineeringnz.org

Practice Notes

 Guidelines on Producer Statements   |  710.1 KB

Practice Note 1: Guidelines on Producer Statements (2014)

 Peer Review Practice Note – Version 2   |  830.5 KB

Practice Note 2: Peer Review (version 2: 2018)

 Tips for Working with the Media   |  659.6 KB

Practice Note 3: Tips for Working with the Media (2012)

 Sustainability and Engineers   |  177.8 KB

Practice Note 5: Sustainability and Engineers (2005)

 Developing and Maintaining Client Relationships   |  297.8 KB

Practice Note 6: Developing and Maintaining Client Relationships (2006)

 Being Ethical   |  381.7 KB

Practice Note 8: Being Ethical (2019)

 Commissioning Capital Plant   |  990.3 KB

Practice Note 9: Commissioning Capital Plant (2007)

 Urban Design   |  238.3 KB

Practice Note 10: Urban Design (2007)

 Land Development Processes   |  2.2 MB

Practice Note 11: Land Development Processes (2007)

 Operator Protective Structures   |  534.8 KB

Practice Note 12: Operator Protective Structures (2014)

 Constructability   |  327.2 KB

Practice Note 13: Constructability (2008)

 Structural Engineering Design Office Practice   |  389.2 KB

Practice Note 14: Structural Engineering Design Office Practice (2009)

 Coldstore Engineering in New Zealand   |  2.3 MB

Practice Note 15: Coldstore Engineering in New Zealand (2009)

 HSNO-Compliant Buildings for Flammable Substances   |  294.5 KB

Practice Note 18: HSNO-Compliant Buildings for Flammable Substances (2010)

 Seismic Resistance of Pressure Equipment   |  2.2 MB

Practice Note 19: Seismic Resistance of Pressure Equipment (2019)

 Farm Dairy Effluent Ponds   |  6.6 MB

Practice Note 21: Farm Dairy Effluent Ponds (2017)

 Guidelines for Documenting Fire Safety Designs   |  617.3 KB

Practice Note 22: Guidelines for Documenting Fire Safety Designs (2011)

 Farm Dairy Infrastructure   |  8.8 MB

Practice Note 27: Farm Dairy Infrastructure (2017)

 Screw Piles – Guidelines for Design, Construction and Installation   |  2.6 MB

Practice Note 28: Screw Piles – Guidelines for Design, Construction and Installation (2015)

 Dairy Housing   |  10.3 MB

Practice Note 29: Dairy Housing (2015)

Guidelines

 Construction monitoring   |  874.7 KB

Guidelines: Construction Monitoring (Consultation)

 Issues with residential hold-down systems   |  326.0 KB

Guidelines: Issues with residential hold-down systems

 Practice guidance for engineers on climate change   |  36.3 KB

Guidelines: Practice guidance for engineers on climate change (2021)

 Structural Tips and Tricks   |  263.0 KB

Guidelines: Structural Tips and Tricks (2021)

 Construction Monitoring Site Advice   |  311.5 KB

Guidelines: Construction Monitoring Site Advice (2021)

 Geotechnical input flowchart   |  116.9 KB

Guidelines: Geotechnical input flowchart (2021)

Soil Suitability Report spreadsheet for engineers

Guidelines: Initial Geotechnical Assessment Report (2021)

 Soil Suitability Report Template spreadsheet   |  4.7 MB

 Soil Suitability Report Template spreadsheet   |  4.7 MB

 Soil Suitability Report Word Template   |  54.0 KB

 Soil Suitability Report Word Template   |  54.0 KB

 Soil Suitability Report – ENZ NZGS and EGP   |  327.4 KB

 Soil Suitability Report – ENZ NZGS and EGP   |  327.4 KB

 Resident portal frames   |  1.1 MB

Guidelines: Residential portal frames (2020)

 B2 Practice Advisory   |  353.4 KB

Guidelines: B2 Practice Advisory (2020)

 Revised version of C5 information   |  201.4 KB

Guidelines: How to use the revised C5 (2019)

 How the Health and Safety Act 2015 affects you   |  292.6 KB

Guidelines: How the new Health and Safety Act 2015 will affect you (2015)

 Improving Collaboration Between Architects and Engineers   |  385.8 KB

Guidelines: Improving Collaboration between Architects and Engineers (2014)

 Construction Monitoring Services   |  72.8 KB

Guidelines: Construction Monitoring Services (2014)

 Using Producer Statements   |  482.2 KB

Guidelines: Using Producer Statements (2013)

 Combating Counterfeit Parts and Substandard Materials   |  152.8 KB

Guidelines: Combating Counterfeit Parts and Substandard Materials (2011)

 Good Practice Guidelines for Software Engineering   |  311.6 KB

Guidelines: Software Engineering (2007)

 Risk Management of Software-based Systems   |  388.0 KB

Guidelines: Risk Management of Software-based Systems (2007)

 Sustainability and Engineering in New Zealand   |  724.3 KB

Guidelines: Sustainability and Engineering in New Zealand (2004)

Producer Statements

Check out the online ACE New Zealand and Engineering New Zealand Producer Statements

Revised producer statements and quality documents (2021)

Check out the online ACE New Zealand and Engineering New Zealand Producer Statements A Series

A series producer statements

BCA webinar

BCA webinar

Engineers webinar

Engineers webinar

PS1

PS1

PS2

PS2

PS4

PS4

Producer statements – BCA Q+A

Producer statements – BCA Q+A

Producer statements – Engineer Q+A

Producer statements – Engineer Q+A

BCA Presentation – Producer Statements and Quality Documentation

BCA Presentation – Producer Statements and Quality Documentation

Engineers Presentation – Producer Statements and Quality Documentation

Engineers Presentation – Producer Statements and Quality Documentation

 Read the guidelines on using them successfully   |  482.2 KB

 Read the guidelines on using them successfully   |  482.2 KB

Construction Monitoring Services

Read our article on inspecting unconsented work

Read our article on inspecting unconsented work

 Read the construction monitoring services guidelines   |  72.8 KB

 Read the construction monitoring services guidelines   |  72.8 KB

About: The Practice Advisories below are primarily from the days of DBH (Dept of Bldg & Housing), now MBIE.  The URL below, however, also provides links to a bunch of govt info, including :

  • Digitising the Building Code
  • Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods
  • Guidance
  • Related Determinations
  • Related building products

URL: https://www.building.govt.nz/building-code-compliance/b-stability/b1-structure/

Practice Advisories

Item, incl link

Description

Practice Advisory 1: Bend the bar but not the rules

You must follow New Zealand Standard procedures if you are bending or rebending steel reinforcement.

Practice Advisory 2: Pay attention to the basics – structural concepts and load paths

Ensure you consider structural concepts and load paths and give sufficient details in your building consent application.

Practice Advisory 3: Beware of limitations – cold-worked wire mesh

Understand how cold-worked wire mesh can affect the performance of a structure due to its low ductility.

Practice Advisory 4: Do sweat the ‘small’ stuff – Connection design and detailing

Ensure structural steel connections are designed and detailed to satisfy the design concept and transmission of loads.

Practice Advisory 5: Allow for movement – Precast hollow core floor assemblies

Precast hollow-core floor assemblies need to be designed with the lifetime conditions of a structure in mind.

Practice Advisory 6: Achieve best practice every step of the way

Concerns, implications and recommended actions on general design and construction practices.

Practice Advisory 7: Grade 500E reinforcing steel

Practice Advisory 7 has been replaced by Practice Advisory 11: Grade 500E reinforcing steel – good practice.

Practice Advisory 8: Don’t be undone – anchor your spiral

It is important to anchor every section of spiral reinforcement in circular columns and piles, and properly splice ends.

Practice Advisory 9: Significant changes in structural design – new loadings standards

Discusses Amendment 8 changes to Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods for B1 Structure referencing NZS 1170.

Practice Advisory 10: Design guidance for barriers

Guidance on designing barriers according to Amendment 8 of Verification Method B1/VM1 for B1 Structure.

Practice Advisory 11: Grade 500E reinforcing steel – good practice

Understand how to use Grade 500E MA and QT reinforcing steel after research was conducted regarding its use.

Practice Advisory 12: Unstiffened eccentric cleat connections in compression

Unstiffened eccentric cleat connections in compression. Particular care needed with design.

Practice Advisory 13: Egress stairs – earthquake checks needed for some

Discusses the assessment of stairs in existing multi-storey buildings by practising structural engineers.

Practice Advisory 14: Long span steel roof trusses – welding and section checks

Guidance about long span steel roof trusses – welding and section checks needed for some

Practice Advisory 15: Improving collaboration in building design

Discusses the importance of collaboration during the design process to improve building outcomes.

Practice Advisory 16: Quality assurance in design and construction

A sound quality assurance system is key to good building performance.

Practice Advisory 17: Well-planned ground investigations can save costs

Why a well-devised, specific site geotechnical investigation is a key requirement for good building performance.

Practice Advisory 18: Fire safety design for tall buildings

Fire design guidance for the safe use of tall buildings, using reliable and resilient fire design features.

Practice Advisory 20: Improving earthquake performance of secondary structural elements

Good performance of secondary structural elements in earthquakes can save lives and costs.

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Last updated : Mar 2022

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TITLE

AUTHOR

REPORT NUMBER

Steel space frames

Taylor

R4-09

Summary of the 9th Australasian conference on the mechanics of structures and materials

 

R4-15

New Zealand structural steelwork design guide, part 3: design of tension members, part 4: design of compression members

Clifton

R4-16 – inc into R4-80

New Zealand structural steelwork design guide, part 8: torsion, part 9: thin plates

Clifton

R4-17 – inc into R4-80

New Zealand structural steelwork design guide, part 10.2: connection design: design of moment resisting bolted endplate connection

Clifton

R4-18 – inc into R4-80

New Zealand structural steelwork design guide vol 1

Clifton

R4-19 – inc into R4-80

New Zealand structural steelwork design guides, part 19.1: design of unstiffened baseplates for steel towers

G C Clifton

R4-36

Investigation of the inelastic seismic performance of cold-formed rectangular hollow section. Part 1, preliminary investigation of AS 1163 material of Australian origin

 

R4-37

General specification for the fabrication and erection of structural steel

R Goble

R4-42

Notes prepared for a seminar on constructability and seismic design of multi-storey steel buildings

 

R4-48

New Zealand structural steelwork design guide vol 2

Clifton

R4-49

Notes prepared for a seminar on composite construction design and construction.

 

R4-50

Notes prepared for a seminar on composite construction design and construction. Volume 2: Sessions 8-10

 

R4-50

Notes prepared for a seminar on composite construction design and construction. Volume 1: Sessions 1-7

 

R4-50

Notes prepared for a seminar on economical single storey design and construction

W Carson, G C Clifton, B Goodfellow

R4-52

Notes prepared for a seminar on the HERA Design Guides : Volume 2

G C Clifton

R4-55

Notes prepared for a seminar on composite floor system design and construction : emphasis on in-service vibration.

 

R4-56

Manual of standard conection details for structural steelwork 2nd ed.

 

R4-58

Notes prepared for a seminar on stressed skin diaphragm design and construction

G C Clifton, A B King, S Thomson

R4-60

Notes prepared for a seminar on design and experimental testing of steel framed seismic-resisting systems

Clifton

R4-62

Notes prepared for a seminar on the fire resistance of (unprotected) steel-framed car parks, mixed occupancy and office buildings

Thomas, Clements

R4-66

Notes prepared for a seminar on the limit state steel structures standard NZS3404:1992, February 1993, volume 2 – design examples

 

R4-73

Seismic design tables for structural steel I sections

Feeney

R4-75

Seismic design procedures for steel structures: incorporating corrigendum no 1.:2013

Feeney, Clifton

R4-76

NZ Structural steelwork limit state design guides – Volume 1

G Charles Clifton

R4-80

Calculation of the design fire resistance of composite concrete slabs with profiled steel sheet under fire emergency conditions

 

R4-82

Fire models for large firecells

Charles Clifton

R4-83

Draft for development : revision 1: design procedure for the inelastic floor system/frame response of multi-storey steel framed buildings in fully developed natural fires

G Charles Clifton

R4-90

Draft for development : revision 2: design procedure for the inelastic floor system/frame response of multi-storey steel framed buildings in fully developed natural fires

G Charles Clifton

R4-90

Notes prepared for a seminar on design of steel buildings for fire emergency conditions

Clifton, Forrest

R4-91

Restraint Classification for Beam Member Moment Capacity Determination to NZS 3404:1997- July 1997

 

R4-92

New Zealand Weathering Steel Guide

Raed El Sarraf, Willie L Mandeno and Michail Karpenko

R4-97

for Bridges

Specification for the Fabrication, Erection and Surface Treatment of Structural Steelwork – September 1998

 

R4-99

Structural steelwork connections guide part 1: design procedures (copy 1 of 2)

C Hyland

R4-100

Structural steelwork connections guide part 1: design procedures (copy 2 of 2)

C Hyland

R4-100

Notes Prepared for a Seminar on the Steel Structures Standard NZS 3404:1997 – February 1999

 

R4-101

Notes Prepared for the Tubular Structures Seminar – February 2001

 

R4-104

Notes prepared for a seminar on the behaviour and design of Multi-story steel framed buildings for severe fires.

 

R4-105

Code of practice for structural steelwork documentation 2002

 

R4-106

Composite Floor Construction Handbook

C. Clifton

R4-107

Finite Element Analysis of the Sliding Hinge Joint

N Mago

R4-110

Notes prepared for the designing stainless steel structures seminar (LOST 07/2013)

Wolfram Woerner, Charles Clifton, Kim Rasmussen

R4-111

Report and user’s manual for NZFl_Vib1 program

Y. Khwaounjoo

R4-112

Notes Prepared for a Seminar on Composite Design and Construction – May 2002

Michael Klemick, Charles Clifton, Geoff Bird

R4-113

Finite element analysis of moment end plate connections : revision 2

Nandor Mago, Charles G Clifton

R4-117

Stage 2 development of the slab panel design procedure

N Mago, Charles G Clifton

R4-118

Verification of revised MEP procedure

Nandor Mago

R4-120 = CD-ROM

Acoustic Guide – September 2004

Stirling Burrows , Charles Clifton

R4-121

Shear Stud Capacity in Profiled Steel Decks – December 2003

Raed Zaki ,  Charles Clifton  &  John Butterworth

R4-122

Wind tunnel study of crosswind force spectra for low aspect ratio buildings

Nick Locke  &  Peter Cenek

R4-123

The sensitivity of New Zealand multi-storey building cost to variations in material supply costs

Clark Hyland ,  Chee-Hoe Leong  &  Kevin Cowie

R4-124

Bridge Fabricator’s Capacity Booklet

 

R4-126

FaST Fire and Steel

 

R4-127

Seminar Notes –Steel Bridges for New Zealand

G Charles Clifton

R4-130

Design of composite steel floor systems for severe fires (Slab panel method)

G Charles Clifton

R4-131

New Zealand steelwork corrosion coatings guide : to be used in conjunction with AS/NZS 2312:2002

Raed Zaki, Charles Clifton

R4-133

Semi-Rigid Joints for Moment-Resisting Steel Framed Seismic-Resisting Systems

G Charles Clifton

R4-134

Steel Structures Seminar: Earthquake, Wind and Fire

Jignesh Bhatt ,  G Charles Clifton ,  Raed El Sarraf ,  Alistair Fussell  &  Clark Hyland

R4-139

Investigation of the slab participation in moment resisting steel frames

Nandor Mago, Charles G Clifton

R4-140

Report and user’s manual for NZFl_Vib2 program

Yadav Raj Khwaounjoo

R4-141

Eccentric cleats in compression and columns in moment-resisting connections

Charles Clifton ,  Nandor Mago,  &  Raed El Sarraf

R4-142

Design of steel concrete composite bridges : seminar notes

Raed El Sarraf, David Iles, Amin Momtahan, Kevin Cowie

R4-143

Design of steel concrete composite bridges : seminar notes

Amin Momtahan, Raed El Sarraf, Stephen Hicks, Audsley Jones, Kevin Cowie

R4-144

Finite element analysis of eccentrically braced frames with removable link

Nandor Mago

R4-145

Investigating the Performance of the Weathering Steel Components of SH1 Mercer to Longswamp Offramp

Raed El Sarraf

R4-146

Temperature distribution in typical composite slabs under standard temperature – time fire condition

Nandor Mago

R4-147

Concentrically and Eccentrically loaded concrete filled slender tubular steel columns in fire condition

Nandor Mago

R4-148

Specific Design for multi-story light steel framed buildings – Fire performance of light steel framed floors in multi-story residential buildings

Nandor Mago

R4-149

The Seismic Performance of Structural Steel Buildings in the 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake

Alistair Fussell

R4-150

Specific Design for Multi-storey Light Steel Framed Buildings

Jing Cao,Stephen Hicks, N Mago

R4-151

Validation of Structural Fire Design for Steel Framed Carparks

Nandor Mago

R4-152

Steel Building Guide to NZS 3404-1:2009 Worked Examples

Amir M Yousefi, Dr Gary Djojo, Dr Charles Clifton

R4-153

Seismic design of eccentrically braced frames – 2013

 

P4001:2013

Optimised Sliding Hinge Joint (OSHJ)

Shahab Ramhormozian and Charles Clifton

R4-155

Last updated : 1 Nov 2021

About: The objectives of SESOC are:

  • To promote the science, art and practice of structural engineering;
  • To ensure the advancement and dissemination of knowledge; and
  • To provide a forum for structural engineering practitioners to communicate amongst themselves and to the public at large.

URL: https://www.sesoc.org.nz/

Technical Resources Listing:

  • Guidelines
  • Presentations and Seminars
  • Other Publications
Guidelines
Title
SESOC submission on MBIE Occupation Regulations for Engineers
143.29 KB 16/08/2021
TWF Good Practice Example 4 – Site Fencing
310.86 KB 25/06/2021
Technical Guidance Note 01 – Engineered Scaffold (CPEng)
234.45 KB 16/09/2020
TWf(NZ) Procedural Control Example 3 -Temporary propping of a suspended concrete slab
295.10 KB 14/07/2020
TWf(NZ) Procedural Control Example 2 – Precast Panel Propping
258.05 KB 14/07/2020
TWf(NZ) Procedural Control Example 1 – Sheetpiled Excavation
624.19 KB 14/07/2020
SESOC Interim Design Guidance Design of Conventional Structural Systems Following the Canterbury Earthquakes v10
944.85 KB 29/11/2019
Temporary Works Procedural Control GPG01:19
2.90 MB 06/06/2019
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 5 WorkingPlatforms Pdf
1.67 MB 17/01/2019
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 3 Hoardings Pdf
1.03 MB 17/01/2019
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 4 MobileCranePads Pdf
1.96 MB 17/01/2019
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 2 Berms Pdf
2.56 MB 17/01/2019
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 1 Scaffolding Pdf
3.16 MB 17/01/2019
Temporary Works Procedural Control GPG (23-11-18)
4.93 MB 23/11/2018
Wellington Targeted Damage Evaluation Guidelines Pdf
1.73 MB 24/05/2018
Technical Clearinghouse WCC TAP Additional Guidance Briefing 20170117 Pdf
2.74 MB 24/05/2018
Standardised Report Form V1 23 Xlsm
57.20 KB 24/05/2018
Note To Accompany Release Of TDE Guidelines Pdf
38.02 KB 24/05/2018
TDE Additional Guidance Notes Precast Floors And Panels 17 Jan 2017 Pdf
81.99 KB 24/05/2018
Detailed Engineering Evaluation Procedure Pdf
2.38 MB 24/05/2018
DEE Part 3 Technical Guide S1to3 0 3 Pdf
559.52 KB 24/05/2018
Standardised Report Form V1 14 Xls
154.00 KB 24/05/2018
DEE Part 3 Technical Guide S8 R4 Pdf
405.37 KB 24/05/2018
DEE Part 3 Technical Guide S5 0 3 Pdf
422.18 KB 24/05/2018
DEE Part3 Technical Guide S9 R6 Pdf
1.31 MB 24/05/2018
Presentations and Seminars

Seminar recordings are also posted to SESOC’s youtube channel.

Links to Pre-2015 seminars : Pre 2015

Title
Limit State Design with the Brand New version of SESOC SOILS Software – 2005
44.17 MB Pre 2015, Presentations
Limit State Design of Retaining Walls and Foundations for Geotechnical and Structural Engineers – 1994
5.50 MB Pre 2015, Presentations
Applications of the Fire Engineering Design Guide – 1994
1.86 MB Pre 2015, Presentations
Earthquake Risk Buiuldings – “The New Red Book” – Brunsdon, Jury, Clark – 1995
3.65 MB Pre 2015, Presentations
The new loadings standard NZS 4203:1992 – 1993 seminar
3.20 MB Pre 2015, Presentations
How to Design to NZS3404:1992 in a simple Practical Manner – 1994
6.46 MB Pre 2015, Presentations
Beamdes Beam design seminar – Cook, Fenwick, Rambai – 2008
1.51 MB Pre 2015, Presentations
Structural Steel Design Fundamentals – Bird and Hicks – 2008
18.36 MB Pre 2015, Presentations
Introduction to Seismic Design of Concrete Structures – Brooke and James – 2008
5.93 MB Pre 2015, Presentations
Recast update: Design recommendations for seating angle retrofits – Feb 2021
5.11 MB Presentations, Public Resource
ReCast Floors – WSG Seminar June 2019
4.95 MB Presentations, Public Resource
Other Publications
Title
SESOC submission on MBIE Occupation Regulations for Engineers
143.29 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
TWF Good Practice Example 4 – Site Fencing
310.86 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
9. Chartered Professional Engineer Review – Submission to EngNZ – SESOC Journal Vol 34 No 1 April 2021.pdf
135.91 KB Journal, Public Resource
Recast update: Design recommendations for seating angle retrofits – Feb 2021
5.11 MB Presentations, Public Resource
SESOC Submission for Building for Climate Change
118.74 KB Public Resource
Technical Guidance Note 01 – Engineered Scaffold (CPEng)
234.45 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
TWf(NZ) Procedural Control Example 3 -Temporary propping of a suspended concrete slab
295.10 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
TWf(NZ) Procedural Control Example 2 – Precast Panel Propping
258.05 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
TWf(NZ) Procedural Control Example 1 – Sheetpiled Excavation
624.19 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
SESOC Interim Design Guidance Design of Conventional Structural Systems Following the Canterbury Earthquakes v10
944.85 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
ReCast Floors – WSG Seminar June 2019
4.95 MB Presentations, Public Resource
SESOC submission for Building System Legislative Reform
677.79 KB Newsletter, Public Resource
Temporary Works Procedural Control GPG01:19
2.90 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 5 WorkingPlatforms Pdf
1.67 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 3 Hoardings Pdf
1.03 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 4 MobileCranePads Pdf
1.96 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 2 Berms Pdf
2.56 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
TWfNZ SafetyPosters 1 Scaffolding Pdf
3.16 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
Temporary Works Procedural Control GPG (23-11-18)
4.93 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
SE BOKS V1
442.64 KB Public Resource
Wellington Targeted Damage Evaluation Guidelines Pdf
1.73 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
Technical Clearinghouse WCC TAP Additional Guidance Briefing 20170117 Pdf
2.74 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
Standardised Report Form V1 23 Xlsm
57.20 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
Note To Accompany Release Of TDE Guidelines Pdf
38.02 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
SESOC Higher Qualification HJH Foreword Rev1 Pdf
111.72 KB Public Resource
SESOC Higher Qualification Discussion Document Final Rev1 Pdf
491.78 KB Public Resource
TDE Additional Guidance Notes Precast Floors And Panels 17 Jan 2017 Pdf
81.99 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
DEE Part 3 Technical Guide S9 0 5 Pdf
1.02 MB Public Resource
Detailed Engineering Evaluation Procedure Pdf
2.38 MB Guidelines, Public Resource
DEE Part 3 Technical Guide S1to3 0 3 Pdf
559.52 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
Standardised Report Form V1 14 Xls
154.00 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
SESOC Interim Design Guidance 0 9 Pdf
1.02 MB Public Resource
DEE Part 3 Technical Guide S8 R4 Pdf
405.37 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
DEE Part 3 Technical Guide S5 0 3 Pdf
422.18 KB Guidelines, Public Resource
DEE Part3 Technical Guide S9 R6 Pdf
1.31 MB Guidelines, Public Resource

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About: SCNZ offers support, design tools, and information to builders, engineers, architects, fabricators and quantity surveyors. SCNZ promote the benefits of steel solutions in building and infrastructure projects; and play a pivotal role in supporting the industry as it strives to grow through innovation, investment in technology, market development, and advocacy.

We promote the benefits of steel solutions in building and infrastructure projects; and play a pivotal role in supporting the industry as it s

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