Producer statements give authorities confidence that building work will be or has been constructed to meet the Building Code and approved consent requirements.
Revised producer statements and quality documents (2021)
The revised producer statements and quality documents will significantly improve engineers' and consenting authorities' quality assurance and administrative processes. And, for the first time, the documents are hosted online – with benefits such as real-time updates, cross-population of fields and greater consistency nationwide.
Check out the online Engineering New Zealand and ACE New Zealand Producer Statements
A series producer statements
The A series is for an engineer to use for designs where a building consent is not required.
Check out the online Engineering New Zealand Producer and ACE New Zealand Statements A Series
We've recorded two webinars for BCAs and engineers. These recordings will help you learn more about the changes.
Other resources for producer statements
- Professional Indemnity
- Producer statements - BCA Q+A
- Producer statements - Engineer Q+A
- BCA Presentation - Producer Statements and Quality Documentation
- Engineers Presentation - Producer Statements and Quality Documentation
Types of producer statements
Engineers use Producer Statement documents to:
- confirm their professional opinion that aspects of a building’s design comply with the Building Code, or
- that elements of construction have been completed in accordance with the approved building consent.
There are 3 kinds of Producer Statements you can use to provide verification at different stages in the design and construction process.
- PS1 – design
- PS2 – design review
- PS4 – construction review
Engineering New Zealand members can access these documents by logging into the members' area.
Construction monitoring services
Construction monitoring is an independent verification provided by an engineer to a client. It confirms that construction has been completed according to the building consent. Engineers are required to recommend the most appropriate level for the work and then carry out the agreed monitoring levels.
Our guidelines describe the range of levels of construction monitoring and methodology that engineers need to adopt.