Living Streets Aotearoa promote walking as a healthy, environmentally-friendly and universal means of transport and recreation. They work for improved access and conditions and take a keen interest in walking surfaces, traffic flows, speed and safety. Our firm is proud to be a corporate sponsor of Living Streets Aotearoa.
Our firm is a founding signatory to the Walk 21 International Charter for Walking signed in Melbourne September 2006. The Charter is based on the concepts of inclusive mobility, integrated networks, less crime, promotion of walking, spaces for people, spatial planning, supported authorities and reducing road danger.
Our firm is a corporate member of the Sustainable Business Network. Sustainability is the biggest opportunity and challenge that business faces and the Sustainable Business Network provides practical advice and support to assist business with this challenge.
The Property Council New Zealand began life in 1976 as the Building Owners and Managers Association, (BOMA), helping to forge a new industry with a clear identity, purpose and increasing political influence. In April 1999, BOMA was re-launched as Property Council New Zealand and it now has a wider focus and a higher political profile, providing more benefits to Commercial, Industrial, Retail, Property Funds and Multi Unit Residential property owners, managers and investors. The Property Council covers all forms of commercial property and property investment in New Zealand.
Our firm is an authorized business partner of ESRI. This partnership allows Abley Transportation Consultants to offer our clients a large range of GIS services meeting all of their spatial needs. A business partnership with ESRI ensures Abley has a close relationship with Eagle Technology, the New Zealand distributor of ESRI software ensuring we are amongst the first to know about new ESRI software and services.
Our firm is a member of ACENZ. Consulting engineers use knowledge gained by study, experience and practice along with judgment and creativity to solve practical problems. They are qualified professionals, with a university degree and must maintain this knowledge by undertaking continuing professional development.
Our firm has been awarded Engineering NZ Professional Development Partner (PDP) status. PDPs work in partnership with Engineering NZ to develop staff and support the wider engineering profession. PDPs believe a strong professional development programme with pathways to Engineering NZ competence-based Membership classes (MEngNZ, CMEngNZ or FEngNZ) and registers (CPEng, ETPract or CertETn) that enhance the status and standing of staff and provides a key mechanism for attracting and retaining staff.