AsiaPacific Infrastructure

AsiaPacific Infrastructure is the country’s leading information provider for stakeholders in the infrastructure sectors and decision makers in local and national government.

It provides timely information through several media platforms – print, digital and a leading online presence with extensive editorial insights and case studies loaded on a daily basis — and supported by one of the country’s best searchable archive on the industry.

Content is supported with regular contributions from a wide range of affiliated Content Partners who are industry sector experts or themselves major participants in the sector.

They include key personnel from NZ Council of Infrastructure Development, the Property Council, Local Government NZ and LG commissioner Leigh Auton.

Legal issues affecting the sector are addressed by Chapmann Tripp, water issues by a range of industry specialists and Water NZ. They join tender experts Plan A and others in producing balanced independent coverage of both infrastructure and governmental affairs.

Coverage areas include new products and project studies for construction, cities development, energy, environment, transport, water, Public Private Partnerships, communications, management, conferences and training and security.  

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First Quarter 2017

In this issue:

  • The Auckland challenge for 2017 
  • On the surface 2016 showed significant steps in infrastructure but dig a little deeper and a year of much less progress emerges
  • Natural gas and zero-carbon fuels are expected to satisfy 60 per cent of the rise in global energy demand by 2035
  • Pipeline forecasts will drive better procurement planning for clients and suppliers
  • The vexing question of managing risk in a local government environment thrown into stark relief by the Kaikoura quake

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