ACE New Zealand is a professional association promoting the commercial interests of its members, advancing the practice of consulting and engineering and other professionals in the built and natural environment, providing information and assistance to clients and the public.

ACE New Zealand members hold professional qualifications and practical experience. Members must not have any direct or indirect interest in any commercial or contracting business which might compromise the impartiality of their advice to clients. Members are bound by a Code of Ethics.

ACE New Zealand offers two main membership types: Ordinary and Associate.





To qualify for Ordinary Membership, an applicant firm must: 

a)    Be ordinarily resident or incorporated in New Zealand;

b)   In the opinion of the Board, has appropriate personnel with knowledge and experience in the field of consulting in the natural and built environment to furnish impartial and competent advice;

c)    Can produce evidence at all times in the form of a professional indemnity insurance policy that the Firm is covered for a sum of not less than $500,000;

d)   Is constituted so that all control and management decisions of the Firm are made by persons who:

(i)        Are Institution members in the class of Fellow or Chartered Member, or

(ii)       Hold professional qualifications which in the opinion of the Board are equivalent to those of Institution members in 5.02(d)(i) and

(iii)      Are members of a profession or organisation recognised by the Board as upholding a Code of Ethics compatible with that of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC);

e)   Has signed an undertaking agreeing to abide by the Rules and Bylaws of the Association for the time being in force or as they may thereafter be altered, amended, or enlarged, and to pay the annual subscription.

f)     Competes in the market place, in the opinion of the Board, on an equal basis with other Firms, in that income, which is derived primarily from the provision of consulting services, is open to competition from other Firms and operates without unfair advantage. 


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If your firm satisfies all of the above and you would like to apply for Ordinary Membership, take some time to read these documents and prepare your application file.

When you are ready to apply, use the online application here or the "apply now" hyperlink above.

Note that membership applications are reviewed and voted upon at each Board Meeting, typically taking place every February, April, June/July, and November. Your full and complete application must be received by the ACE New Zealand office at least three weeks prior to the board meeting to be included in voting papers. 


Member Discounts

ACE New Zealand membership also gives you access to a number of special discounts with the below companies:

  • Joyworkz Ltd
  • Organisation Development Institute (ODI)
  • EAP Services Ltd
  • CEAS
  • Rainbow Creative Ltd
  • Office Max
  • Adminsoft - Practice Management Software
  • Budget Rental Cars
  • Hertz Rental Cars
  • Rutherford & Bond Toyota
  • CDL Insight
  • Red Cross
  • Molecheck
  • Coliberate
  • Brother International
  • Manage Company
  • MYOB



The following are applicants for membership. Should you have any questions or feedback regarding a pending member, please email Paul Evans, CEO. 

  • GNA Consultants Ltd - Art Guadalquiver - 4/29 Liverpool St, Hamilton Central.
  • Coffey Services (NZ) Ltd - Alice Chaplin - Level 4, 25 Teed Street, Newmarket, Auckland.