The Temporary Works forum (NZ) has been established to encourage open discussion on any matter related to Temporary Works, for the benefit of the New Zealand Construction Industry.

Aims and Objectives
  • Give authoritative guidance and when required professional leadership to the industry;
  • Consider aspects of permanent works and interfaces between permanent works and temporary works as are relevant;
  • Consider both current practice and likely development;
  • Be aware of trends and innovations in design, construction and use.
    This remit will be delivered by, for example:
  • providing a forum for reasoned debate;
  • arranging seminars and meetings for opinion formers and experts;
  • providing and contributing to education and guidance material;
  • seeking close working relationships with others; and
  • influencing industry and others.

Contact
If you would like to learn more about the forum, please join our LinkedIn group and/or contact one of our Committee members below at twf@sesoc.org.nz.

Committee members
Brendan Attewell, The Fletcher Construction Company
Mark Hedley, Downer Construction
Daniel Patten, McConnell Dowell Constructors Ltd
Gil Johnstone, Fulton Hogan
Markus Reiberg, The Fletcher Construction Company
Graham Burke, SARNZ
Tim Noble-Campbell, Hawkins Construction
Stephen Power, Brian Perry Civil Ltd
Martin Larisch, Miyamoto International
Damian McBride, Robert Bird Group

TWf(NZ) Publications

For consultation
TWfNZ GPG01:19 Temporary Works: Procedural Control GPG
(closes 07 Jan 2019)
Download here

Meetings (Quarterly)

Meeting #1 (Inaugural)
Date:   31 January 2019, 3-5pm
Where: Fletcher Building,
             810 Great South Road
             Auckland
Agenda: This is the first official meeting of the forum and will provide both an introduction to the forum, the intended format, a few short presentations and an opportunity to network.
Please register your attendance through Eventbrite.

Meeting #2 
Date:   April 2019 (TBA)

External Links
International

NOTE: The working relationship between international forums is to be open and mutually beneficial, but carries no direct affiliation.

Temporary Works forum (UK)

Temporary Works forum (HK)

TemporaryWorks.info (UK)

Temporary Works Toolkit (UK)

CROSS-AUS

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