Led by the Registered Master Builders Association (RMBA), Constructive is a national construction forum that, for the first time, brings the industry together to discuss sector issues and create a platform for resolving those issues collaboratively.
The industry needs to take much more of a leadership role and support sector development and this forum is a major step towards this. Through sharing ideas and experiences and challenging the norm, the industry is better able set itself mandates for change and take the lead for an improved operating environment.
In 2016, Constructive focused on the lessons learnt from the Christchurch earthquakes and the Global Financial Crisis and how, nationally, the sector has had to react and adapt to survive and thrive.
The programme consisted of informative and interactive panel discussions made up of leaders from the industry in both residential and commercial construction. They shared insights into the transformation of their businesses to meet the changing demands of the industry and, in some cases, launch into new markets.
Leaders from across the construction sector are invited to attend Constructive 2017 in Auckland on 3-4 August and participate. Delegates will gain knowledge on how to evolve and grow their businesses while meeting a broad cross section of like-minded folk within the industry.
Constructive is owned by RMBA and supported by a family of sponsors and partner organisations and will be held in Auckland on 2--4 August 2017.
Registered Master Builders Association members are invited to attend the AGM and RMBA member sessions and partner programme on 2 August, plus the Constructive welcome cocktail function in the evening, prior to the pan industry forum programme taking place on 3-4 August.