Constructing Excellence is dedicated to improving sector performance and producing a demonstrably better built environment.
We teach on all aspects of best practice and leading edge thinking on project and business management.
The CCG is dedicated to learning and sharing knowledge to achieve better value for money.

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5th Annual National Construction Pipeline Report
& the Future Demand for Construction Workers Report

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delivers initiatives,

tools and services

which influence and assist individuals,


and the industry

to achieve

excellence in construction.


public courses and in-house training

Constructing Excellence courses run throughout the year as either Public Courses (pre-set dates) or as In-house Training (customised, company-specific).

Courses can be taken as stand-alone units or as building blocks along the following development pathways:

Our focus is on helping construction professionals enhance their business management and project delivery skills.

We are committed to achieving excellence in construction, by helping course attendees lead their organisations towards global best practice and the development of a world class industry here in New Zealand.  Programmes cover a range of subjects across innovation, performance improvement and measurement, construction best practice knowledge and skills, and have been designed and developed for employees at all levels.

Constructing Excellence training courses, workshops and events qualify for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours for some industry and professional bodies in New Zealand.


Model of rethinking construction

(5-4-7 model)

Constructing Excellence aims to achieve a step change in construction productivity by encouraging the sharing of knowledge amongst suppliers and clients.  Through focused programmes in Innovation, Best Practice Knowledge and Performance Measurement, Constructing Excellence has developed a strategy to deliver the process, product and cultural changes that are needed to drive major productivity improvements in the sector.