2nd Annual NZ Modular Construction & Pre-Fabrication Forum
Skycity Auckland Convention Centre
Pre-fabricated modular homes offer significant cost and time savings as well as increased energy efficiency, but there's a catch. To ensure quality, all building work and materials for pre-fabricated homes must be approved, tested and met the Building Code requirements.
New Zealand's Building Code is one of the first performance-based building codes in the world, it includes explicit performance criteria for durability that all building elements that must be complied with from the BCA. In addition, additional consent is required from the City Council which may make the process lengthier than traditional buildings.
Exclusive Session on Gaining Building Consent
To help you gain a much clearer picture on getting consent from the BCA and City Councils, join us at Clariden's 2nd Annual New Zealand Modular Construction and Pre-Fabrication Forum on 4 - 6 October 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. Glenn Murdoch from THECA will show you the types of requirements needed in obtaining building consent for your projects, how consent can be easier to obtain and the compliance factors you need to look into while seeking approval from both BCA and city councils.
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