About the Construction Clients’ Group

The Construction Clients’ Group (CCG) is a membership network committed to influencing and improving business performance in all sectors of the construction industry.
Being independent and client-led, the CCG focuses on best practice, innovation and knowledge sharing through events, guest speakers and networking opportunities.
Now in its second decade, the CCG has regional centres in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown. The driving goal is to lift client performance by promoting a learning and sharing environment for all organisations across the construction supply chain through a better construction outcome.
The CCG provides an independent, collective voice for public and private sector clients with the construction supply chain, government and other key stakeholder groups.

As an organisation we:

  •     enable clients to get better value from their construction procurement
  •     enable clients to improve predictability around successful project delivery
  •     are a voice for all construction clients and our members
  •     provide opportunities for clients and supply chain companies to network and share best practice
  •     provide a high-profile events programme in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown
  •     provide opportunities to influence government policy and forthcoming legislation
  •     creating opportunities to engage with the construction sectors industry improvement and reform programme
  •     offers opportunities for training and development
  •     improve client competence through published guidance and best practice
  •     Our vision for Construction client is set out in the client protocols document. Click here for more information

Review the key benefits of membership here.

Our key themes are:

  •     Productivity
  •     People in construction
  •     Innovation
  •     Effective delivery

Our Task Groups are:

  •     AIPG (Auckland Infrastructure and Procurement Group)
  •     Public Private Partnerships (PPP)
  •     Asset Management (AM) and Facility Management (FM)
  •     Safety in Design
  •     Lean Construction
  •     BIM (Building Information Modelling)
  •     Procurement
  •     Sustainability
  •     Resilience