Join 200 other engineering and consulting firms in Aotearoa and become a member of ACE New Zealand.
Who is ACE New Zealand?
We enable our members to compete, excel and thrive. We lead, connect and shape the future of New Zealand and assert and preserve the importance and credibility of our sector.
Why join us?
Over 13,000 engineers and consultants work for firms which are members of ACE New Zealand. Together, we’re a collective voice shaping the future of Aotearoa.
Your ACE New Zealand membership gives you:
Access to member-only resources and downloads
Enhanced business skills through events, webinars, workshops and masterclasses
A listing in our online member directory
Weekly industry news delivered straight to your inbox
- Prestige and peer recognition through the ACE Awards
To apply for an Ordinary ACE New Zealand membership, your firm must:
be a resident or incorporated in New Zealand
have staff with knowledge and experience in consulting in the natural and built environment to give impartial and competent advice
have a professional indemnity insurance policy for no less than $500,000
be constituted so that all control and management decisions are made by people who:
are institution members in the class of Fellow or Chartered Member, or
hold professional qualifications which in the opinion of the ACE New Zealand Board are equivalent to those of Institution members
are members of a profession or organisation upholding a Code of Ethics compatible with that of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC)
- are institution members in the class of Fellow or Chartered Member, or
- abide by the ACE New Zealand Rules
Rules of ACE New Zealand
All members agree to abide by the ACE New Zealand rules
All members agree to abide by the ACE New Zealand Policy on Quality Management
You pay an annual subscription based on the size of your firm as at 1 January each year.
We take the base rate of $745+GST and apply a unit rate which is applicable to the size of your company.
Payment is halved into two invoices sent in April and September each year.
Submit your application online
We confirm all details are submitted correctly
We contact your referees
Regional Chair interview
We ask for feedback on your firm from our current members
- We take your application to our next board meeting for review and vote