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2020 Construction Industry Survey


Construction Industry Survey 2020

A partnership between Teletrac Navman and Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ).

Now in its fourth year, the Construction Industry Survey is a joint research project undertaken by Teletrac Navman and Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ).

The research helps to build a picture of New Zealand’s civil construction industry and the experiences of those within the industry. The results shed light on industry topics, stimulate discussions, inform decision makers and voice industry views to private and public organisations, as well as local and central government.

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Key Findings for 2020

Every year, the industry report uncovers or
confirms themes felt across the board

59% are confident in their business’ ability to withstand change and overcome challenges

29% are confident in the outlook for the construction industry

77% are taking action to be more environmentally sustainable

77% use technology to measure adherence to workplace health and safety

22% were forced to lay off staff and 19% had contracts cancelled or deferred, due to COVID-19

Requirement for staff over next year

32% increase

46%  stay the same

21% decrease

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The full results of the 2020 Construction Industry Survey are available

Results from the 2020 Construction Industry Survey, a partnership between Teletrac Navman and Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ), indicate despite the Covid-19 lockdown interruption, the industry sees a promising future as the Construction Accord, three waters reforms and New Zealand Infrastructure Commission begin to have a stabilising effect on the forward work pipeline.

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Additional Resources

The results are positively used across the industry to improve standards

This research builds a picture of the NZ civil construction industry’s issues and opportunities. For the last three years, your feedback has been heard across New Zealand. Explore the additional resources below.