Johnny Calley recently participated as part of an expert panel for the Constructive Virtual Event. Constructive is an annual forum where a collaborative approach from industry and political leaders come together to discuss the transformation within the building and construction sector and is led by Registered master Builders in partnership with Business New Zealand.
The third in the series theme was Opportunities for Reinvention and Transformation: The Political Agenda for the Sector’s Future: featuring Hon Grant Robertson, Minister of Finance, and Hon Paul Goldsmith, National Party Finance Spokesperson, in a pre-election discussion about their vision and policies for the residential sector of our future and their plans for New Zealand’s economic future.
Panelists for this event included:
Kirk Hope is Chief Executive of BusinessNZ, New Zealand's leading business advocacy group, representing thousands of businesses of all sizes.
Darrell's been delivering quality commercial builds for local businesses in Northland for over 25 years. He’s a member of the New Zealand Institute of Building, the New Zealand Institute of Directors, and is a current Director of New Zealand Registered Master Builders Association.
Helen is Chief Executive of Crockers Property Group, an Auckland based provider of property services including property management, body corporate management, real estate sales and valuation services. Helen also served as Chief Executive of REINZ during its transformation from a regulator to a customer focused industry body. Helen was also CEO of Ockham Residential, a leading Auckland property developer, and Head of Delivery - KiwiBuild for the Ministry of Housing And Urban Development.
Johnny founded industry leading Calley Homes in 2008, which specialises in designing and building architecturally designed homes. Johnny is currently a director of Registered Master Builders and Chairs of the Residential Working Group, which provides strategic residential building and development information back to Master Builders.
You can watch the full event here
To watch other topics in the series head over the Constructive website here