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Associations & Memberships


Climate Control Companies Association.

The organisation has been structured to provide focus for the various industry sector groups as well as through participation on the governing board. The sector groups given recognition include:

  •    Mechanical services including heating and air conditioning
  •    Refrigeration
  •    Heat pumps
  •    Ventilation
  •    Suppliers and Manufacturers

The CCCA board will address industry-wide issues at the national level and the various sector groups can focus on issues pertinent to their sectors.

Their purpose is to promote high standards of business competence and industry conduct for companies engaged in climate controlled environments;

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IQP Qualified & Approved Authors

Only an Independent Qualified Person (IQP) can perform inspections and monitoring for compliance schedules and building WOFs. 

An IQP is a person whom council has confirmed is qualified to inspect, maintain and report on certain compliance schedule items. ‘Independent’ means the person has no financial interest in the building.

We are also approved authors for mechanical ventilation and air conditioning. 


I.R.H.A.C.E Membership

The Institute was formed in 1989 following the amalgamation of NZIHVE (the New Zealand Institute of Heating and Ventilating Engineers) and NZIRACE (the New Zealand Institute of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers). These original organisations had been operating for over 50 years in New Zealand.

There main aims are to:

  • Promote the economic well-being and quality of life of our members, and of the refrigeration, heating, ventilation and air conditioning industries (our industry), and to improve the economic well-being and quality of life of every New Zealander
  • Represent and promote the business interests of our members who work in our industry
  • Advance and promote (including the use of standards) the technology used by and activities of those in our industry for the benefit of every New Zealander
  • Promote a high level of skill and design that our Members, Associates and Affiliates can follow (by developing Practice Guides, qualifications and other relevant industry sector New Zealand Standards as the Board thinks is appropriate for and relevant to our industry)
  • Provide a forum for our Members, Associates and Affiliates to discuss and share their knowledge and experience.
  • This is measured by hours and funds committed to training and development of councillors, members and staff each year.

ASHRAE Membership

Certain commonalities exist among the most successful people: a network of peers with common interests, access to industry information, a desire for continued personal and professional growth, and the wisdom to give back through sharing knowledge and time. The benefits of membership in ASHRAE not only provide you with the tools necessary for success, but also the knowledge that your participation is shaping the future of the built environment

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BNI Membership

BNI is a business and professional networking organisation that allows only one person from each profession to join any group or chapter. There are currently 125 chapters in New Zealand and some 2,650 members with a number currently under formation. Worldwide there are 145,870 members in 6,232 chapters in 49 countries.

Associations and Memberships