The Construction Sector Transformation Plan 2022-2025 is a three-year action plan for change focused on tackling the sector's systemic challenges whilst building resilience across the industry.
The Construction Sector Transformation Plan 2022-2025 (Transformation Plan 2022-2025) is a three-year action plan for change focused on tackling the sector's systemic challenges whilst building resilience across the industry.
Our framework incorporates our vision, goals, focus areas, enablers and priorities, as well as how the sector will work together to deliver the Transformation Plan 2022-2025 and measure its progress.
To support the people in the construction sector, we need to build leaders, develop the workforce, grow a strong Māori economy and improve the wellbeing, health and safety of all workers.
Clients can drive better outcomes in construction projects through improved planning, procurement and delivery practices.
To support New Zealand's climate and environmental objectives, the construction sector needs to adopt carbon and waste minimising practices.
Construction has been slow to innovate and adopt new technologies, methods and practices. To create a high-wage, highly-productive and low-emissions construction sector, we need to accelerate innovation.
While our core focus is on transforming the construction sector, the Accord has also reserved some of its capacity to respond to the emerging issues and opportunities of the day.
To enable sound decision-making across the construction sector, the Accord will make the most out of data and information.
Connecting like-minded people across the sector can enable sharing, learning and alignment.