Association of Consulting Engineers New Zealand

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The Association of Consulting Engineers New Zealand (ACENZ) is New Zealand's main business association representing engineers providing consultancy services in a wide range of disciplines. It was founded in 1959 as the consulting division of IPENZ, though it has been a separate entity since 1970.[1]

It has 176 corporate members with a total of around 8,500 staff (2007 data),[1] up from about 5,800 in 2001.[2]

Apart from its functions as a representative of the interests of its member companies, it annually judges engineering awards for the most innovative and exceptional engineering projects of New Zealand.[3][4]

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  1. ^ a b About ACENZ – Innovate NZ, Brochure of the '2007 ACENZ Awards of Excellence', Page 2
  2. ^ Engineers forge ahead with $100m exportsNew Zealand Herald, Tuesday 18 December 2001
  3. ^ Innovate NZ 2007 Awards of Excellence – Innovate NZ, Brochure of the '2007 ACENZ Awards of Excellence', Page 4
  4. ^ Beca Carter wins two Innovate NZ awardsNew Zealand Herald, Monday 19 August 2002

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