Sam Archer from NZGBC on Sustainability + Homestar in KiwiBuild

Sam Archer from NZGBC on Sustainability + Homestar in KiwiBuild

PrefabNZ Innovation Bites –inspiration through conversation

Innovation Bites webinar launch: Thursday 18 September,12:15-1pm

Topic Leader: Sam Archer, NZ Green Building Council

Topic: Sustainability + Homestar in KiwiBuild

PrefabNZ will be introducing Sam Archer from NZ Green Building Council to the Innovation Bites floor. Take the initiative and chat with Sam with your questions by registering for this webinar now! Sam Archer is a Sustainability Consultant and Mechanical Engineer with over 18 years experience in the Construction Industry.

Enjoy a 15min quick-fire presentation, followed by a 25min discussion and Q & A session.


PrefabNZ, the heart of innovative construction, are over-the-moon to offer an engaging series of bite-sized webinars to benefit you and your enterprise -- wherever you are!

These Innovation Bites will nurture you along the innovation curve and enable uptake of disruptive technologies. To help you identify technologies and how to benefit from their implementation e.g. DfMA, CNC, AR, VR, BIM, 3D -- and other catchy acronyms! Providing fun interactive opportunities for collaborative and easy-to-digest 45 minute lunchtime learning sessions, held every two weeks.

Innovation Bites are open and free for PrefabNZ Members and Cluster whanau organisation Members (NZGBC, NZIA, ADNZ, NZIQS, BOINZ, EngineeringNZ). CPD points available. All registrants will receive a replay link to the recording, including absentees. Absentees are still eligible for CPD points on completion of viewing the replay recording.

Informative and relevant, topics will include:

  • Design for manufacture and assembly
  • Investment in your enterprise
  • Gaining CodeMark for prefab design and manufacture processes
  • Future of Technology
  • Leadership
  • Business support
  • Taking a product to Market
  • Financing of prefabs
  • KiwiBuild
  • R&D
  • Collaboration
  • + Topics you suggest

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