The heart of Innovative Construction
PrefabNZ is a non-profit membership organisation that inspires, educates and advocates for innovative excellence in offsite design and construction in New Zealand. Since its birth in 2010, PrefabNZ has been passionate about increasing innovation in construction. That’s almost 10 years of pursuing the advancement in offsite or manufactured construction - also known as prefabrication, or prefab.
Whether you are working in the design and construction industry, looking to build or interested in the latest innovations - this is your place!
PrefabNZ Virtual Summit: Construction Innovation | 2021
24 February 2021
Get the latest industry updates from offsite manufacturing leaders, learn more about training opportunities within the OSM sector, and get ideas and advice from PrefabNZ's offsite manufacturing members. READ MORE
Construction Accord | 2020 Construction Sector Progress Report
Winstone Wallboards: Sustainability in Action
Save the Date! PrefabNZ Virtual Construction Innovation Summit 2021
PrefabNZ monthly newsletter 'on demand'
Ministry of Social Development partners with PrefabNZ on Off-Site Manufacturing research
The funding will help PrefabNZ to understand the capability and capacity of the industry, inform ongoing government engagement, explore perceived opportunities and barriers to OSM, understand the employment landscape and to monitor industry. READ MORE
Be careful what you wish for. The risks of the Trans-Tasman bubble for the Kiwi construction industry.
Concision brings smart building technology to the education sector
WASP by Rothoblaas: a powerful hook
PrefabNZ's Submission on Building for Climate Change
Our Members are hiring!
Building for Climate Change – consultation now open
Woodspan PLT System Achieves FRR 60/60/60 Fire Resistance Rating
In conjunction with consultancy by structural fire expert Dr Andy Buchanan (PTL Structural Consultants) testing was carried out in July and August at Passive Fire Inspection & Test Services Ltd (PFITS), an IANZ accredited laboratory in Auckland.