The Building Research Association of New Zealand Incorporated and its associated companies are the building and construction industry's research, testing, consulting and technology transfer organisations, established to meet the needs of the industry through the services they offer.
- Cement and Concrete Association of NZ
By blending technical and marketing disciplines, as well as balancing growth opportunities with support for existing markets, CCANZ aims to ensure that industry decision makers realise the full potential of concrete.
- Department of Building and Housing
This New Zealand government department provides information and guidance on building law and compliance, services including weathertight homes, and advice for tenants and landlords.
- EECA: Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority
EECA works to implement New Zealand Government strategies for energy efficiency, conservation and renewable energy in both the private and public sectors.
- New Zealand Historic Places Trust
The New Zealand Historic Places Trust (NZHPT) is New Zealand’s leading national historic heritage agency and guardian of Aotearoa New Zealand’s national heritage.
- New Zealand Institute of Architects
The NZIA represents over 90% of registered architects in New Zealand, promoting and celebrating the role of architecture in enhancing the built environment.
- NZ Registered Architects' Board
The New Zealand Registered Architects Board (NZRAB) is a statutory board tasked with registering, monitoring and, if need be, disciplining architects.
- American Institute of Architects
A range of consulting, testing, certification, commissioned research and training services which cover all aspects of the built environment and associated industries.
- Canadian Centre for Architecture
The CCA runs a diverse program of exhibitions, lectures, and conferences, and produces publications and podcasts. It also has a significant research library.
- CIB: International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction
An international network of over 5000 experts from about 500 member organisations with a research, university, industry or government background, who collectively are active in all aspects of research and innovation for building and construction.
- International Union of Architects
The UIA is an international nongovernmental organisation founded in 1948 to unite architects from all nations throughout the world, regardless of nationality, race, religion or architectural school of thought, within the federations of their national associations. It now includes the key professional organisations of architects in 124 countries and territories, and represents more than 1,300,000 architects worldwide.
- Royal Australian Institute of Architects
Formed in 1930, the RAIA consists of almost 10,000 members across Australia and overseas. This organisation aims to advance architecture, to maintain the integrity and standing of the profession, to promote the profession's views nationally and internationally, and to encourage the study of architecture.
- Royal Institute of British Architects
RIBA, an organisation for architecture and the architectural profession in the UK, provides worldwide support through training, technical services, publications and events, and sets standards for the education of architects in the UK and overseas.