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Upcoming Events

The Association of Building Compliance have regularly scheduled member meetings to enable general networking and education between members. These meetings are currently held in Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington and Christchurch.

All fully paid up members that attend these meetings will receive an attendance certificate to show continued professional development. The Association welcomes new people and invites those interested in becoming members to attend one member meeting to gauge their interest. Should they wish to attend further ABC member meetings then they will be required to join the Association.

AUCKLAND TrainUP 21 February 2019

Time: 7.30am - 9.30am

Location: Royal Oak Bowling Club, Selwyn Street, Onehunga, Auckland (Get Directions)

Marc Lander from Clevertronics will be speaking on Emergency Lighting, including the recent changes to the 2293 Standard.

WELLINGTON TrainUP 22 February 2019

Time: 7.30am - 9.30am

Location: Hutt City Council, Council Chambers Lvl 2, 30 Laings Road, Lower Hutt, Wellington (entry via Clock Tower entry of Council Building) (Get Directions)

Bruce Todd from Clevertronics will be speaking on Emergency Lighting, including the recent changes to the 2293 Standard.


Jarrod Ward from Hutt City Council will also speak covering:  When is a Specified System to be listed on a Compliance Schedule?  Amnesty Box, do you have any confessions?

Palmerston North TrainUP - 22 February 2019

Time: 8.30am - 10.30am

Location: FENZ, 50 Cook Street, Palmerston North (Get Directions)

NELSON TrainUP 26 February 2019

Time: 8.30am - 10.00am

Location: WSP Opus, Level 1, Morrison Square, 77 Selwyn Street, Nelson (Get Directions)

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?  

Tauranga TrainUP - 7 March 2019

Time: 8.30am to 10.00am

Location: Macy's Motor Inn, Cnr 11th Ave and Edgecumbe Road, Tauranga (Get Directions)

Christchurch - TrainUP 5 March 2019

Time: 8.30am - 10.30am

Location: Christchurch City Council, 53 Hereford Street, Christchurch (Get Directions)

Coming Up

AUCKLAND TrainUP 21 February 2019

Marc Lander from Clevertronics will be speaking on Emergency Lighting, including the recent changes to the 2293 Standard.

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WELLINGTON TrainUP 22 February 2019

Bruce Todd from Clevertronics will be speaking on Emergency Lighting, including the recent changes to the 2293 Standard.

Jarrod Ward from Hutt City Council will also speak covering: When is a Specified System to be listed on a Compliance Schedule? Amnesty Box, do you have any confessions?

Read more

Palmerston North TrainUP - 22 February 2019

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