• NZCID is New Zealand's Peak Infrastructure Industry Body

  • Global Reach

  • Promoting Industry Best Practice

  • Turning Talk Into Action

  • Developing Networks

  • Thought Leadership and Advocacy

  • Our goal: World class infrastructure for all New Zealanders

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

3:26 PM, 17 April 2015

Survey findings demonstrate Aucklanders are willing to pay for better transport services and reduced congestion

Colmar Bruntons survey of Auckland views on transport investment demonstrates a strong willingness to pay for better outcomes. The onus now is on the Auckland Council and Government to agree on objectives and deliver an aligned transport investment, land use, pricing and funding strategy that reduces congestion and supports the shift to public transport, says Stephen Selwood CEO of the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.


9:25 AM, 13 March 2015

New Zealand must up its game on mega infrastructure project planning, funding and delivery

New Zealand must continue to up its game on infrastructure and development by becoming more ambitious and coordinated in its approach to investment if we want to compete with global infrastructure leaders like Australia and the UK for skills and capital, says Stephen Selwood, chief executive of the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.


11:22 AM, 10 March 2015

Waikato Expressway underlines opportunity to leverage growth

Completing the Waikato Expressway including starting the Hamilton and Huntly bypasses and Longswamp section this year will realise important productivity and safety benefits for New Zealand, but begs the question why we dont accelerate more transport investment through debt funding major capital projects, says Stephen Selwood, Chief Executive of the NZ Council for Infrastructure Development.



Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration - for the infrastructure sector

03 May 2015

The Diploma in Business Administration (DipBusAdmin) is a parttime executive education programme for experienced managers and professionals.


Infrastructure Sustainability Workshop

07 May 2015


LGNZ Conference and Awards

19 July 2015