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Trends.gifThe construction sector relies on a dedicated network of manufacturers and suppliers and their workforce. The spatial structure and dynamics of this supply network is essential to the performance of the sector. More about industry structure

This part of the atlas is organised in the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) system, which is used to compile and analyse industry statistics. More about ANZSIC

View selected ANZSIC groups by category or division

ANZSIC groups by category 

Client-Oriented Services

Building and Construction 

On-site Services  

Building Equipment, Machinery and Tools

Building Products and Supplies 

Mining, Transport and Warehousing  


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Client-Oriented Services

E321 Land Development and Site Preparation Services 

M692 Architectural, Engineering and Technical Services 

L671 Property Operators

L672 Real Estate Services

 

   BuildConst.gif Building and Construction 

E301 Residential Building Construction

E302 Non-Residential Building Construction

E310 Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction

 

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On-site Services

E322 Building Structure Services

E323 Building Installation Services

E324 Building Completion Services

E329 Other Construction Services

D291 Waste Collection Services

D292 Waste Treatment, Disposal and Remediation Services

 

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Building Equipment, Machinery and Tools 

C245 Pump, Compressor, Heating and Ventilation Equipment

C246 Specialised Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing

C249 Other Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing

F341 Specialised Industrial Machinery and Equipment Wholesaling

F349 Other Machinery and Equipment Wholesaling

F371 Textile, Clothing and Footwear Wholesaling

F372 Pharmaceutical and Toiletry Goods Wholesaling

F373 Furniture, Floor Covering and Other Goods Wholesaling

N731 Building Cleaning, Pest Control and Gardening Services

N732 Packaging Services

S941 Automotive Repair and Maintenance

S942 Machinery and Equipment Repair and Maintenance

S949 Other Repair and Maintenance

 

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Building Products and Supplies

C141 Log Sawmilling and Timber Dressing

C149 Other Wood Product Manufacturing

C191 Polymer Product Manufacturing

C192 Natural Rubber Product Manufacturing

C201 Glass and Glass Product Manufacturing

C202 Ceramic Product Manufacturing

C203 Cement, Lime,Plaster and Concrete Product Manufacturing

C203 Cement, Lime,Plaster and Concrete Product Manufacturing

C209 Other Non-Metallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

C221 Iron and Steel Forging

C222 Structural Metal Product Manufacturing

C223 Metal Container Manufacturing

C224 Other Sheet Metal Product Manufacturing

C229 Other Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing 

F331 Agricultural Product Wholesaling

F332 Mineral, Metal and Chemical Wholesaling

F333 Timber and Hardware Goods Wholesaling

 

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Mining, Transport and Warehousing

B091 Construction Material Mining

B099 Other Non-Metallic Mineral Mining and Quarrying

I461 Road Freight Transport

I471 Rail Freight Transport

I481 Water Freight Transport

I530 Warehousing and Storage Services


ANZSIC groups by division

B Mining
C Manufacturing
D Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services
E Construction
F Wholesale Trade
 

I Transport, Postal and Warehousing
L Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services
M Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
N Administrative and Support Services
S Other Services 

B Mining

C Manufacturing

D Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services

E Construction 

F Wholesale Trade

I Transport, Postal and Warehousing

L Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services

M Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

N Administrative and Support Services

S Other Services

More about industry structure


The construction sector is highly fragmented with a local character - a large number of small specialised companies typically provide their particular services in a limited local service area. The construction sector is also mobile. Buildings sites are the temporary locations of construction production, so after work on one site is finished, all allocated production capacity will be redistributed to other active buildings sites in different locations.

Buildings are heavy voluminous objects that require large quantities of heavy voluminous materials, along with heavy machinery, scaffolding and other equipment, so every construction project generates a stream of construction freight from a range of sources to the worksite. Construction is also a labour-intensive assembly process, with the workforce commuting daily to the worksite.

The combined activity of the sector contributes a significant part of the traffic volume on the road network, especially in urban areas.

More about ANZSIC


Visit the Statistics New Zealand website for a description of the ANZSIC Industrial Classification or view information on selected ANZSIC divisions contained in the atlas (the following links open PDF files):

B Mining
C Manufacturing
D Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services
E Construction
F Wholesale Trade
I Transport, Postal and Warehousing
L Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services
M Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
N Administrative and Support Services
S Other Services