To clarify industry jargon: ANZSIC stands for Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification. The current version in use is ANZSIC 2006.
When you want to research the market, identify targets for lead generation or want a direct marketing list of the Construction or Trades industry in NZ you can get count and a quote here..
You can see all the different industries included in E: Construction in the Table below. Explore it and choose the ones you need.
Getting a list from whoiswhere™ is guaranteed to save you hours of research and copy/pasting from the internet, because we have already typed, researched and phone verified all the data. So you can focus on what you do best.
Why "requesting a list of construction companies" is often not specific enough to get the list you want.
When someone asks for a list of construction companies, we always ask for further clarification to make sure you get the correct well targeted list. You can think it through and answer these questions now:
- Will a list of construction companies include a electricians, plumbers, and other tradies?
- Does a list of construction companies only include commercial construction or does it also include residential builders? What about handymen?
While whoiswhere™ specialises in businesses based in commercial premises, we have developed a list of over 14,000 tradesmen across all trades nationwide, many of who operate from a residential
As a result, this category is one of only two where we don’t always have an address for the business. You can understand that not every tradesmen wants their personal address featured anywhere.
Our most popular lists are:
- List of Electricians in NZ
- List of all trades in NZ
- List of Construction, i.e. commercial builders in NZ
Even if you weren’t able to find a particular list anywhere so far – let us give it a go. We might surprise you and save endless hours of research and copy/pasting from the internet, while you can focus on what you do best.
Find out what kind of businesses are included in this category.
When requesting a quote you may indicate specific ANZSIC categories.
|E301||Residential Building Construction|
|E301900||Other Residential Building Construction|
|E302||Non-Residential Building Construction|
|E302000||Non-Residential Building Construction|
|E31||Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction|
|E310||Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction|
|E310100||Road and Bridge Construction|
|E310900||Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction|
|E321||Land Development and Site Preparation Services|
|E321100||Land Development and Subdivision|
|E321200||Site Preparation Services|
|E322||Building Structure Services|
|E322400||Structural Steel Erection Services|
|E323||Building Installation Services|
|E323300||Air Conditioning and Heating Services|
|E323400||Fire and Security Alarm Installation Services|
|E323900||Other Building Installation Services|
|E324||Building Completion Services|
|E324100||Plastering and Ceiling Services|
|E324300||Tiling and Carpeting Services|
|E324400||Painting and Decorating Services|
|E329||Other Construction Services|
|E329100||Landscape Construction Services|
|E329200||Hire of Construction Machinery with Operator|
|E329900||Other Construction Services n.e.c.|
In conclusion, we are able to help when you are looking for a list of every type of trade.
By the way, did you know that the Trade/Construction industry has a special feature? This is that the number of staff is often a reflection of company administration, while the actual number of people involved with company could be a lot bigger. Because of contract workers a company with 20 staff on the books could easily represent hundreds of additional contractors.
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