• Turning Talk Into Action

  • NZCID is New Zealand's Peak Infrastructure Industry Body

  • Global Reach

  • Promoting Industry Best Practice

  • Thought Leadership and Advocacy

  • Our goal: World class infrastructure for all New Zealanders

  • Networking Opportunities: with likeminded NZCID Members

New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development

NZCID is an authority at the forefront of infrastructure development issues. The Council promotes best practice in national infrastructure development through research, advocacy and public and private sector collaboration. NZCID members come from diverse sectors across New Zealand, equity owners, service providers, public sector agencies, and major infrastructure users.

Together we share a clear purpose; world class infrastructure for the benefit of all New Zealanders.

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Media Releases

10:39 AM, 27 May 2016

Social Infrastucture winner from 2016 budget

Social infrastructure is the clear winner from Budget 2016, with significant allocations made in housing,correctionsand education, indicating that 2017 will be the year for investment in transport, particularly in Auckland, said New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development Chief Executive Stephen Selwood.


10:38 AM, 27 May 2016

Infrastructure industry forum highlights opportunities to improve capital investment in New Zealand

A major gathering of 100 of New Zealands capital procurement specialists yesterday in Wellington unanimously agreed that there are significant opportunities to improve value for money for tax payers and rate payers through better investment decision making and procurement practices, says New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development CEO Stephen Selwood.


4:05 PM, 10 May 2016

Major rethink on transport and urban intensification needed

Auckland must urgently revise transport priorities and the Unitary Plan to better align where people live, work and how they move around, otherwise gridlock will bring the city to a halt, according to a new report from the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.



NZCID Building Nations Symposium

20 October 2016