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  • ACE Awards

    The ACE New Zealand ACE Awards are back in 2020. The awards evening on every consultant and engineer's calendar, this year promises to be the best yet. It's a chance to let your hair down and celebrate the spectacular work our consultants and engineers have delivered for communities in Aotearoa.

    About the event 

    This year the Rt Hon Sir John Key will be the keynote speaker at the event. He’ll share his insights on the economic and political challenges ahead as Aotearoa emerges from COVID-19.

    Dress code

    Formal dress code.

    Our sponsors

    The ACE Awards are proudly sponsored by:


    Purchase your tickets now. Individual tickets are $190 each and a table of 10 is $1,800. Prices are in NZD and exclude gst.

    November 25, 2020 at 6pm
    Auckland Town Hall
  • You can't sit back and wait for things to happen - with Maryam Razz

    Maryam Razz moved to New Zealand from Iran seven years ago after feeling curious about other cultures and wanting to live somewhere different. She now works for Pedersen Read in Christchurch and is an ACE New Zealand Regional Chair for the Canterbury and West Coast regions. We caught up with Maryam recently to hear how nothing stops her from achieving her goals.

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  • Returning to the workforce after parental leave – with Rebekah Fraser

    Returning to work after taking care of a baby is fraught with a range of emotions like feeling daunted, exhausted, overwhelmed and even excited. We spoke with Rebekah Fraser, founder of The Back to Work Coach, on some tips to balance work and home-life commitments when returning to the workforce.  

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  • Mental health in the consulting & engineering industry - with Calibre's Bruce Vincent

    The John Kirwan Foundation provides young people with the skills and knowledge to recognise and respond to mental health issues. By supporting school-aged children, they're building a more resilient workforce for the future. It resonated with Calibre Group Executive General Manager Bruce Vincent, who supports the foundation and spoke to us about mental health in the sector.  

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