The Construction Sector Transformation Plan is a three-year plan of action from industry and government to lift the performance of the sector.
Following the launch of the Construction Sector Accord, industry and government leaders worked with the wider sector to develop a transformation plan to put the Accord into action.
Transformation requires effective cross-government and industry leadership, and will be supported by the sharing of success stories and lessons learned, and a coordinated voice on reforms.
Programmes in the Transformation Plan focus on lifting performance through a clearer pipeline and by sharing good business and risk management practice.
The plan aims to build capability through addressing skills gaps, helping shape the reforms in vocational education, and creating a long-term workforce plan.
It's vital we reduce the number of workplace accidents and create a more supportive work environment — actions in the plan will work toward a better health and safety culture in the sector.
Programmes in the Transformation Plan will improve our building consenting system and create a single leadership voice to help shape and drive building legislative reform.
Good procurement practices are essential to high performance in the sector. The plan focuses on building procurement skills, promoting clearer contracts, and a better deal for subcontractors.
There are significant opportunities and challenges for the construction sector when it comes to environmental impacts. We are looking at how the built environment and construction sector can contribute to Aotearoa New Zealand's climate and other environmental aspirations.
The Transformation Plan aims to create a better sector for everyone — find out what the plan could mean for you.