Engineering Industry Partners

We would like to say a huge thank you to our wonderful engineering industry partners, these partnerships allow EWBNZ to plan ahead and grow our organisation to maximise our impact in the communities we work in.



If your organisation would like to consider becoming a corporate partner of Engineers Without Borders New Zealand please have a look at our corporate partnership pack.


The Schneider Electric Foundation came on board as a supporter in 2018. Their generous donations help keep EWB out there making impact, and we look forward to working with Schneider Electric staff as we work together to achieve SDG #7 - making sure everyone has access to affordable, reliable and sustainable energy.


Beca and EWBNZ have a long partnership beginning in 2009.  Between 2012 and 2018, numerous staff have volunteered for EWBNZ in their own time. In 2015, Beca signed on as our first Corporate Partner, the current partnership of which includes sponsorship of EWBNZ’s annual Humanitarian Engineering conference, First Year Design Challenge competition, and dedicated pro-bono hours.


Jacobs (formerly SKM) have been supporting us since 2008. Jacobs has provided invaluable support to EWBNZ to initiatives such as our work with the Independent Water Schemes Authority in Samoa, and in particular, the Odyssey Design Challenge. In 2017, EWB and Jacobs signed a formal corporate partnership agreement to participate in our Technical Support Hub and In-Schools programmes.


AECOM and EWBNZ partnered together back in 2013. Through their partnership AECOM aimed to raise awareness of EWBNZ within AECOM and externally, and to promote opportunities for AECOM staff through local chapters and leadership and training opportunities for AECOM employees.


Tonkin + Taylor have supported EWB informally for a number of years through provision of their office spaces for several events and meetings.  In 2017, Tonkin + Taylor provided generous sponsorship for the EWB Conference.

Engineering New Zealand is New Zealand’s professional body for engineers, an organisation dedicated to building a strong engineering profession that New Zealanders have confidence in and can trust.

With a number of Membership categories, they welcome engineers from all disciplines and at any stage in their careers – Student, Emerging Professional, Member, Chartered Member or Fellow. Engineering New Zealand's goal is to help create a community of learning, collaboration and support. If you have an active interest in engineering, they have a Membership class for you too.


Association of Consulting Engineers New Zealand (ACENZ) is a firm based membership organisation representing consulting professionals in the built and natural environment. Their website contains information on consulting company members, their services, clients, ACENZ activities, and resources for members and the public.