New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors

Welcome to the website of the New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors.

You have come to the right place if you are looking for:

  • A building consultant, information about the services we provide,
  • Common problems found in residential, commercial or industrial buildings,
  • Understandable definitions of terms commonly used in industry,
  • An indexed list of our members

If you have any more questions, please feel free to contact us, and we will answer your questions as best we can.

BECOME A MEMBER

New members are welcome to apply for membership. Contact Us for more information.


NZIBS Seismic Engineers Course for

Non Engineers

 
Friday 17 October
Novotel Auckland Airport
International Terminal Car Park
Mangere
Auckland
 
Programme Schedule;
Registration—8.00 am
Course Begins—8.30 am
Lunch Break—12.00 noon
Course Concludes—5.00 pm
 
Registration Fees (Registration fees include GST)
NZIBS Members—$454.25
Non-Members—$569.25
Registrations close on Friday 10 October 2014.
 
The Canterbury Earthquakes that occurred in 2010 and 2011 highlighted one thing very clearly. When a major event occurs in a large populated centre there will always be a shortage of skilled experienced personnel to meet the needs of the people living in those areas — certainly in the short-term.

The New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors has been working with structural engineers from Fraser Thomas Limited to develop a Seismic Engineering Course for Non-Engineers to up-skill its members in this area. This programme is also being offered to non-members of the Institute.
 
Please complete the registration form or for further details see the Programme. For any other questions contact Noeline on Ph: 0800 11 34 00 or Sally on Mob: 021 432 711.
 

 

CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKES ROYAL COMMISSION

Download a .pdf file of the full document: Summary and Recommendations

The Financial Assistance Package (FAP)

Here are three links to the Government website which explain this package

1) A general overview of the process works

2) How to apply

3) Information packs