AFFILIATIONS

Aotea Group is proud to be affiliated with the following organisations:

ECANZ Master Electricians
Master Electricians

https://www.ecanz.org.nz/

MASTERelectrician Contractors are the professionals of the electrical trade and with ECANZ's organisational strength behind them, specifying a MASTERelectrician Contractor is your safeguard against sub-standard workmanship.

 


 

EcoSmart Electricians EcoSmart

 

About EcoSmart Electricians

The EcoSmart Electricians program is about investing more now in energy efficient products and services as a saving for the future. Its aim is to save power, save money as well as easing the pressure on the environment.


 

Electrical Workers Registration Board Electrical Workers Registration Board

http://www.ewrb.govt.nz/

The Electrical Workers Registration Board, established by statute in 1992, is responsible for the ongoing competency of over 30,000 registered electrical and electronic workers. It also promotes electrical and electronic safety to all New Zealanders.


 

Green Star Accredited Professional

GreenStar NZ

http://www.nzgbc.org.nz/

Green Star is a comprehensive, national, voluntary environmental rating scheme that evaluates the environmental attributes and performance of New Zealand’s buildings.


 

SiteSafe

SiteSafe

https://www.sitesafe.org.nz/

Site Safe is a national not-for-profit membership based organisation, dedicated to promoting a culture of health and safety to prevent deaths and injuries across New Zealand's construction and related industries. They have an extensive network through membership, partnerships, industry groups, and nationwide team of Safety Advisors.


 

KNX Automation

KNX

http://www.knxnz.org/

KNX is an international building control standard that is used to put the intelligence into intelligent buildings. It enables the integration and programming of a range of products from a range of manufacturers using a single software tool. KNX products are all thoroughly tested for compliance, ensuring they operate seamlessly together on a single, simple network.