Upcoming events

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Engineering Geology, a South Africa Perspective
Jul 18, 2024
5:30pm – 7:00pm
247 Cameron Street
Tauranga, New Zealand
Evening Meeting
Education of the next generation of geotechnical and engineering geology professionals in New Zealand
Jul 24, 2024
5:30pm – 7:00pm
Christchurch New Zealand
Christchurch, New Zealand
Evening Meeting
Education of the next generation of geotechnical and engineering geology professionals in New Zealand
Aug 15, 2024
5:30pm – 7:00pm
38 Princess Street
Auckland, New Zealand

News

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Slope Stability Guidance Units 4 and 7 – expression of interest

Introduction In 2023, the New Zealand Geotechnical Society (NZGS), with co-funding from the Natural Hazards Commission Toka Tū Ake and…

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IAEG awards – nominate a colleague!

The International Society for Engineering Geology and the Environment (IAEG) has a number of highly prestigious awards which NZGS members…

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Expressions of interest – AGS Landslide Risk Management Guidelines (AGS2007)

The Australian Geomechanics Society (AGS) in association with the New Zealand Geotechnical Society (NZGS) is undertaking a review and update…

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Website feedback

Your website team led by Jordan Moll is investigating a project to upgrade the website. To help inform where the…

NZGS Branches and Groups

NZGS operates around New Zealand through our Regional Branches and national Technical Groups. Regional Branches bring together members in specific areas and organise events in their region. Technical Groups bring together specialists in sub-disciplines for more in-depth technical knowledge sharing. Both are run by enthusiastic volunteers.

Become a member

The New Zealand Geotechnical Society (NZGS) is the affiliated organisation in New Zealand of the International Societies representing practitioners in Soil mechanics, Rock mechanics and Engineering geology. NZGS is also affiliated to Engineering New Zealand as one of its collaborating technical societies.

If you need geotechnical advice, make sure you contact a suitably qualified professional.

The New Zealand Geotechnical Society is affiliated with: