Associations we support.

Here at Alexander & Co. Ltd, we believe strongly in supporting other associations within our industry. We belong to the following organisations.


 

Building Research Association of New Zealand (BRANZ)

BRANZ is an independent and impartial research, testing, consulting and information company providing resources for the building industry.


Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)

RICS is the world's leading professional body for setting standards in the surveying industry.


New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors  (NZIBS)

The New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors is a national body of skilled, professional building consultants, who have extensive knowledge and experience in construction and building related matters.


Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand (AMINZ)

AMINZ is the leading body in New Zealand for people working in the area of dispute resolution. Members include arbitrators, mediators, adjudicators, conciliators, facilitators, investigators and expert witnesses from the private and public sectors.


Building Officials Institute of New Zealand  (BOINZ)

BOINZ is committed to ensuring the quality of New Zealand's buildings meet the requirements of the community and their occupiers.


New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors  (NZIQS)

The NZIQS provides support to member quantity surveyors in New Zealand and act as an advocate for all quantity surveyors on construction industry and quantity surveying education issues.


New Zealand Institute of Architects  (NZIA)

The New Zealand Institute of Architects represents over ninety percent of registered architects in New Zealand, promoting and celebrating the role of architecture in enhancing the built environment.


New Zealand Institute of Building  (NZIOB)

The New Zealand Institute of Building is the professional institute in New Zealand for building and construction professionals. Acknowledged for their ability to bring individuals together, they share a common interest in improving the standing of the building profession and a commitment to excellence in their career.


Claddings Institute of New Zealand  (CINZ)

The Claddings Institute of New Zealand (CINZ) was established in 1991 to focus collective resources to promote quality performance of the building industry. It acts as a facilitator to bring together the resources of the many sectors that make up the claddings market.


New Zealand Green Building Council  (NZGBC)

The New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) is a not-for-profit, industry organisation dedicated to accelerating the development and adoption of market-based green building practices. The Council achieves these aims through setting standards of industry best practice, influencing policy through leading and demonstrating best practice, education and training for all areas of the building industry value chain and providing access to networks, information and the latest global resources.


National Institute of Building Sciences  (NIBS)

The National Institute of Building Sciences is an organization that brings together representatives of government, the professions, industry, labour and consumer interests and regulatory agencies to focus on the identification and resolution of problems and potential problems that hamper the construction of safe, affordable structures for housing, commerce and industry.


Building Science Corporation  (BSC)

BSC provides objective, high-quality information about commercial and residential buildings in the areas of building physics, systems design concepts, and an awareness of sustainability to promote the design and construction of buildings that are more durable, healthier, more sustainable and more economical than most buildings built today.


Architectural Designers New Zealand (ADNZ)

ADNZ members are specialists in building design and construction, undertaking residential and commercial projects at all stages of the construction process. To be eligible for membership ADNZ members must hold recognised professional qualifications or relevant experience, undertake compulsory professional development and have professional indemnity insurance.