At the heart of everything we do in New Zealand are the two ICE representatives and the Local Associations, which are based in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. They help arrange events, visits to ongoing engineering projects and social activities. They also play a vital role in helping to increase the profile of civil engineering.
As well as the Local Associations, there are several ICE graduate and student groups that support members working towards professional qualification. Professional Review interviews are held annually in New Zealand, most recently in Auckland.
Our staff based in Australia support our work in the Australasia region. This includes co-ordinating activities with our members in New Zealand, supporting our committees and providing membership advice. Staff also support companies running ICE training schemes in the region. For more details please contact us.
There is a Mutual Recognition Agreement in place which covers both ICE and Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand, which may be of interest to members of both institutions. This agreement helps the two organisations form a strategic partnership, share information, and carry out joint events along with other activities. It also helps professionally qualified members apply for the equivalent grade with the other organisation.
If you’re living in New Zealand and have any questions, then please contact us for more information or help.