• NZIQS Conference 14 - 16 October!

    We are thrilled to announce the NZIQS 2020 Conference - Rethinking Construction will be going ahead 14-16 October at our new venue - Heritage Hotel, Auckland.
    We will have registration and programme details out in the next week.  Including the partners programme, optional Thursday night dinner and wine tour of Waiheke on Saturday 17th October for those of you who would like to stay on for the weekend in Auckland.
    Keep an eye out for an email from NZIQS and for more details in the E Bulletin
  • 30% off AIQS Academy topics

    NZIQS members can get 30% discount off AIQS Academy courses until 30 June 2020. That's an average price of $52.50 per course. 

    This is a great opportunity to learn new or upgrade existing skills, as well as training opportunities for your team who are NZIQS members.

    The 2 hour online courses can be claimed as CPD points. The 100 courses available cover measuring, cost estimating & planning, procurement, expert witness, interpersonal and business skills and more.
  • Sam and Marilyn's update to members

    Listen to Sam Lomax (President), and Marilyn Moffatt, (Executive Director) talk about NZIQS's activities through COVID-19. Tell us what NZIQS could be doing to support you during this time and coping with the future.
  • NZIQS Webinars

    Check out the Connect Events page for some great NZIQS webinars we have coming up over the coming days.  We will continue to work hard to lock in more webinars as we as a nation are locked down.  
    This is also a great time to catch up on past NZIQS webinars you may have missed.  View webinars on the NZIQS has a member only webinar channel below.
  • Welcome to NZIQS Connect

    We are finally ready to introduce you to our online community. Welcome to NZIQS Connect!

    We know the value that NZIQS members put on the networking and educational opportunities we provide through our conferences and programs throughout the year.  To build on that value, we are excited to enter into this new phase of member communications by providing an environment to connect, engage and share critical industry information and best practices in real time. 


    This new community will also help us communicate more dynamically with our members, by responding more quickly to your needs and receiving your input on critical industry issues.  This will only strengthen our ability to implement our mission to protect, enhance and promote QS. Through the forums, members can gather to continue discussions and problem solving and share documents. We believe NZIQS Connect can strengthen the professional communication and socialisation between our members, not only during the lockdown but also in our daily life.


    Of course please feel free to be creative with utilising this community. If you face any issues, let us know via


    Be strong together, stay connected.