Tag: construction


New Zealand’s Construction Sector Accord

ConsultANZ Recruitment

The New Zealand Government has announced an agreement with the construction industry to transform and improve the sector. What is the purpose of the Accord? The purpose of the Accord is to strengthen the partnership between government and industry and be a catalyst to transform the construction sector for the benefit of all New Zealand. Who developed the Accord? The Construction… Read More



by Anna Laver, Talent Acquisition & Marketing Manager at ConsultANZ Recruitment

We bring you the lastest civil engineering, construction, surveying and infrastructure news from around the World. News from Australia The Federal Government is investing $112 million for a 6.4km light rail extension on Queensland’s Gold Coast. This will allow locals and tourists to travel from Broadbeach to Burleigh Heads in just 16 minutes. Stage 3A will include eight new light… Read More


ConsultANZ Newsletter October 2018

Welcome to the October 2018 edition of ConsultANZ’s monthly newsletter. End of October already? Where have the last ten months of the year gone? It won’t be long until we officially hit what we term the “Silly Season,” that is December and Christmas. From a business perspective, I always forecast for a quieter December and January, due to the festive… Read More


The Weekly Rundown – 22nd October 2018

by Anna Laver, Talent Acquisition & Marketing at ConsultANZ Recruitment

ConsultANZ Weekly Industry News – 22nd October 2018 Australia NSW Nancy, the first of five tunnel boring machines (TBM) for Australia’s biggest transport project, the Sydney Metro , has begun her work. The TBM was named in honour of aviation pioneer Nancy Bird Walton and will be used to build twin metro railway tunnels between Marrickville and Chatswood. Downer has… Read More


Are you a Surveyor? Your skills are in demand in New South Wales!

by Anna Laver, Talent Acquisition & Marketing at ConsultANZ Recruitment

The overall demand for surveying skills generally correlates with the construction cycle. And with the construction boom currently happening in Australia, it is no wonder that surveyors are in demand.