We're very grateful to our industry, media, and sponsorship partners - we couldn't create such a successful event without their ongoing support.

New Zealand Security magazine has been delivering news and insightful features covering every aspect of the growing security industry since 1994. It is the longest standing publication of its kind in the country and now includes news and information from the fire protection industry.

The magazine is widely read by  those operating within the security and fire industries as well as by those keen to keep abreast of trends, technology, law and best practice across the private security and fire protection environment.

At SEAT, everything we create draws inspiration from our home, the pioneering city of Barcelona and its dynamic urban culture. We have one purpose, to make it easy for you to move forward. We want you to make the most of your life, that’s why we design Easy Mobility Solutions.

Every detail counts when it comes to crafting our cars. We immerse ourselves in the essence of design to express our values and character. This is how we take perfection to the next level and turn beauty into another of our skills.


HealthSafe SecurePass™ is the future of visitor and contractor management technology which is designed to protect people and businesses along with saving lives.

SecurePass is unrivalled within the Australasian market and has been built with multiple requirements in mind which include Health and Safety, security, risk management, governance, facility management and emergency management.

SecurePass has a multitude of contractor management features that significantly support Facility and Property Managers to perform their roles more effectively along with their approved contractors. These SecurePass features include: smartphone and tablet compatibility; contractor prequalification and validation; online contractor inductions; automatic Geo fencing sign in/out to assigned properties; contractor GPS tracking; contractor emergency alert notifications including St John monitoring; contractor time and attendance verification; and access control interface.

Facilities Management Association of NZ (FMANZ)

The Facilities Management Association of NZ (FMANZ) is NZ’s leading association for the facilities management profession, with more than 500 members nationwide. The organisation provides a collaborative network of professionals, defining and implementing best practices.

"The Facilities Management Association of NZ represents the community of facilities management professionals in New Zealand and is committed to education, networking and advocacy in our sector. We are therefore pleased to be part of this new major trade show which will widely promote facilities management. Facilities Integrate Expo 2015 will bring together the products and services that support efficient and effective management of the built environment."

Des Brennan, Facilities Management Association of New Zealand

Energy Management Association of NZ (EMANZ)

The Energy Management Association of NZ (EMANZ) represents a diverse membership of more than 350 individual and corporate members nationwide, including energy consultants, energy managers, engineers, energy auditors, equipment suppliers, and energy technology specialists.

"EMANZ is dedicated to the promotion of high energy management standards and skills to ensure all sectors of the New Zealand economy undertake exceptional energy management practices. The timing is perfect for a trade exhibition that unites two industries heavily influencing energy management standards in this country. For this reason we’re delighted be a supporting partner of Facilities Integrate 2015."

Ewan Gebbie, Energy Management Association of New Zealand

The New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) is a not-for-profit, industry organisation. Our vision is that New Zealanders live, work and play in healthy, efficient and productive buildings in a sustainable built environment.

The NZGBC was established in July 2005 and in 2006 became a member of the World Green Building Council (WGBC). The WGBC is an international not-for-profit organisation that aims to move the global property industry and built environment towards sustainability, with Green Building Councils being established in various countries around the world.

New Zealand Security Association
New Zealand Security Association

The NZSA is the largest industry representative body for the security industry in New Zealand, and represents more than 85 per cent of the industry by revenue.

“Facilities Integrate a great opportunity for us to network with our current members, source new members, and learn more from international, industry leading experts during the speaker sessions.”

Catherine Kightley, NZSA

ASIS New Zealand

ASIS New Zealand is part of ASIS International, the pre-eminent international organisation for security professionals. ASIS has more than 120 members in NZ and is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security practices.

“We are delighted to be part of the Facilities Integrate event as ASIS members, representing the Security Management profession in NZ, work very closely with our allies in the building and facilities management streams and our suppliers in delivering a safe and secure environment for people to work, relax and live in.”

Jeff Brown, ASIS

Master Electricians

Master Electricians is the professional trade organisation for electrical contracting businesses in New Zealand. We have over 1100 members, whose total annual combined sales are in excess of $1 billion. Our members employ around 6,000 electrical workers.

Members operating under our Master Electricians brand can safeguard the quality of their workmanship, providing extra assurance to customers.

As New Zealand’s only electrical contracting trade organisation, we work with the Government, regulatory bodies, industry stakeholders and the public over a wide range of issues on behalf of our members.

We own the Electrical Training Company Limited (etco), which was established in 1991 to employ and train apprentices. See the etco website for more information.