Building & Infrastructure

About the Committee

The Building & Infrastructure Committee is a dedicated group of members with a range of professional backgrounds within these sectors. This committee and related events cover a variety of trends and key information updates in construction, building & infrastructure across New Zealand.

This includes:
- Conferences to tackle the technical aspects
- Construction site visits to have a practical insight
- Breakfasts and afterworks to network

Overall, the committee’s goal is to gather members who want to connect on a regular basis to share best practices and discuss relevant issues within the Building and Infrastructure industries. This is a place to benefit from valuable business information and to generate new business opportunities. 

The French New Zealand Chamber of Commerce and Industry encourages all members in the Building and Infrastructure field to participate in the events and to share their ideas with the Building & Infrastructure Committee. In order to do so, please fill the form below or write to

Meet the team

Frederik Cornu Co-Chair
Benoit Midol Co-Chair
Pierre Bourgeois Co-Chair
Jeanne Nicolas Operations and Business Development
Gina Deerness-Plesner Event & Communication Manager

Join us!

If you want to be involved in this committee, get to know all the news and upcoming events, fill the form below and we'll be more than happy to get in touch with you.

Past Events

Event report

Frenchy du Civil Afterwork - 27 Janvier 2021

Pour bien commencer la nouvelle année 2021, nous avons vous proposé de se retrouver pour un apéro avec l’équipe française du monde de la construction...


Digital Engineering & BIM Breakfast

The launch of FNZCCI's "Building and Infrastructure Committee" was inaugurated with a breakfast event and a presentation on how the Link Alliance is...

Event report

Afterwork Frenchy Du Civil

Attendees from the entire French team from the world of construction and civil engineering met for an aperatif for this new edition of Frenchy Du...

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