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About Association of Building Compliance

Membership Information

The Association of Building Compliance welcomes new members. 

The Association is currently the only IQP representation body in New Zealand and it is imperative that it continues to grow and become a strong voice. We have support from the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE), the Minister of Building Housing and the regulating authorities involved in the industry.

With continuing changes to legislation and the associated operational requirements, we need an effective Association which can lobby to influence and overcome the challenges we face now and in the future.

The Association of Building Compliance is growing into a respected organisation in New Zealand providing support for our industry, its members, and providing education and skills for development.


Membership Categories

Membership consists of Corporate, Individual or Affiliate people who participate in the process of providing a Building Warrant of Fitness or a person/persons approved by the Committee. A member may be either Corporate Member (minimum of 3 members New Zealand wide from any corporate entity, Individual Member, or Affiliate Member.

Corporate Member

Individual Member

affiliate member
Membership benefits include:

Membership Fees

Corporate Membership

$495 per annum (total up to 3 members)

$90.00 per person per annum for additional members

Individual Member

$200 per annum per person

Affiliate Member

$100 per annum per person

A one off $50 joining fee applies per person for all membership categories.

To become a member of the Association of Building Compliance, please complete the member application form and return to or post to

The Association of Building Compliance
PO Box 24-343
Royal Oak
Auckland 1345

If you have any queries regarding membership, please contact Irma Klein at 0211650223 or email at


The purpose of the Association of Building Compliance is:

• To encourage and provide guidelines for the Building Compliance Industry.

• Foster relationships with other industries, associations and organisations.

• Provide information, support and training for those involved with the Building Compliance Industry.

• Lobby Government in regard to Building Compliance issues and matters.

Coming Up

NELSON TrainUP 26 February 2019

Graeme Fletcher from Pacific Doors will be speaking and topics that will be covered include: Compliance of fire doors and what is reviewed when looking at manufacturing fire doors. The differing make ups of fire doors and the impact this has on how hardware is fixed. As long as the hardware as been fire tested its okay to go on a fire door, right? Repairs/alterations to fire doors and what can be done without affecting certification. What are the minimum hardware requirements for a fire door to meeting the NZS4520 standard? Where can I get the information to find out if its been installed correctly and hardware is compliant?

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Tauranga TrainUP - 7 March 2019

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Christchurch - TrainUP 5 March 2019

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