The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) cares about its employees’ spiritual wellbeing, the spiritual essence of an employees life force – their mauri.
Ministry of Social Development – Providing employees with a space to reflect
Request for Proposal for property consultancy services opens
The current property consultancy services (PCS) contract expires on 19 March 2024. Government Property Group (GPG) are returning to market for the new contract.
New policy and guidance for managing cultural heritage places
Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage has refreshed the policy on how state sector agencies manage cultural heritage places.
Supporting broader outcomes through new workplace and classroom furniture contract
Launched today, the new Government Property Group (GPG) workplace and classroom furniture contract, previously known as office furniture, goes live on 18 February 2023.
Waikato-Tainui and ACC – uniting to strengthen their community
Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) are working in partnership with Tainui Group Holdings (TGH) and Waikato-Tainui to design their new office space in Kirikiriroa (Hamilton). Together, they’re designing a space that reflects the significance of the site and the community it serves.
He Whenua Taurikura - National hui on countering terrorism and violent extremism
Key groups from across central and local government, civil society, and the private sector came together in November for He Whenua Taurikura, the national hui on countering terrorism and violent extremism.
A new evolution in government accommodation 8 Willis
Statistics New Zealand (Stats NZ) and the Ministry for the Environment’s (MfE) move into 8 Willis Street represents another evolution in shared accommodation for government agencies. This exciting new building subtly reflects the unique nature of each agency’s work while supporting their new partnership.
Seismic guidance for government office accommodation
New seismic principles have been developed to help agencies make decisions about the seismic resilience of their portfolio and the continued occupation of buildings with low seismic ratings.
Improving health and safety capability in your workplace
The Government Health and Safety lead (GHSL) joined us recently to discuss their role as the functional health and safety lead.
New branding, wayfinding and signage guidance goes live
Much anticipated new guidelines are helping government agencies apply a consistent approach to branding their workplaces, supporting a more streamlined, joined-up, modern public service, organised around the needs of New Zealanders.