The New Zealand Construction National Key Performance Indicators: Handbook & Industry Measures (2006 data) (2007)
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PublisherCentre for Advanced Engineering, University of Canterbury
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This third edition of the New Zealand Construction Industry Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) was produced as a CAENZ project. The New Zealand Centre for Advanced Engineering (CAENZ) thanks the many participants whose valuable contributions have been incorporated into this year’s publication.
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