About The Forum

COVID-19 Information for our attendees & partners

The prefab industry is currently at a critical tipping point, as it waits for the New Zealand government’s building reforms to get underway. Prefab is expected to play a major role in delivering the 100,000 affordable homes planned. Offsite manufacturing is mission-critical to delivering the country’s housing and urban development program, raise productivity, delivering the quality, volume and price people can afford.

The 6th New Zealand Modular Construction, Affordable Housing & Pre-Fabrication Global Forum will provide the most timely, important platform to accelerate the momentum for the further adoption of modular technologies & offsite pre-fabrication, new and more long-term OSM industry partnerships & collaboration, and the advent of a new housing and urban development authority.

This forum will bring together local and international industry experts to showcase successful case studies including homestar-6 rating affordable homes, CLT-built tall commercial towers, prefabricated schools, hospitals and aged care centers, transportable homes, helping to strengthen and enhance the uptake of modular construction methodology in New Zealand’s construction industry.

The event will be attended by international prefab experts, master builders, offsite manufacturing practitioners, developers, building material suppliers and prefab services traders, making it an excellent networking opportunity that is not to be missed! Mark 5 – 7 July 2023 in your calendars now!

Forum Highlights

  1. Energy Efficiency And Sustainability For Affordable Housing
  2. Case Study Of House It’s PIR Panel Prefabricated Homes As A Flatpack Solution To Meet New Zealand’s Affordable Housing Needs
  3. Stimulating Demand For OSM
  4. Meeting New Zealand’s Housing Challenges
  5. Latest Developments, Evolution In The Regulatory Environment, The RMA & Strategic Planning
  6. Bank Financing And Funding For Prefabrication Projects: Case Studies Of Sustainable Financing In Affordable Housing
  7. Closing The Funding Gap With The Banks So As To Mainstream The Product Offering To The Consumer
  8. Dealing With The New Zealand Housing Shortage And Its Associated Building Boom With A Global Pandemic In The Background: The Invercargill Experience
  9. Offshore Manufacturing And Conformity To The NZ Standards
  10. Fast-Tracking Building And Resource Consent And Compliance – Multiproofs. New Planning Standards

Past New Zealand Modular Construction Forum Testimonials

  • “Great cross-section of speakers to give a broad intro for me who has limited knowledge so far.”
    Todd Property Group Ltd
  • “Great insights from across the value chain. Busted some myths, honesty around implementation and challenges.”
    Xigo Ltd
  • “Listening to real life ‘champions of pre-fab’.”
    TLC Modular
  • “Very thought provoking & opened up the presentations well.”
    GHD Ltd
  • “Mix of industries and people, decision makers and end users were well represented. Good!”
    Greenstone Group

Past Participating Companies

  • ArchiBlox
  • Arup
  • Auckland Council
  • Beca
  • Big World Homes
  • BlueScope
  • Boral
  • Christchurch City Council
  • CIMC Modular Building Systems
  • Fletcher Building
  • Griffiths & Associates
  • Hansen Yuncken
  • Hansgrohe
  • Hawkins Construction
  • Laing O’Rourke
  • Lendlease Building
  • Master Builders Association of Victoria
  • Schneider Electric
  • Turner Construction
  • Urban Habitats Australia
  • Warren and Mahoney
  • Watpac Construction
  • Willis Bond & Co
  • Wood & Grieve Engineers
  • Woollam Constructions
  • XSite Modular