BuiltReady is a voluntary offsite manufacturer certification scheme that has been designed to support innovative and efficient building methods. BuiltReady gives consumers more building choices and reduced building and consenting times and costs.
BuiltReady is suitable for offsite manufacturers based in New Zealand and overseas that design (where relevant), manufacture, assemble, transport and install modular components.
What is BuiltReady?
BuiltReady is a voluntary modular component manufacturer scheme that shows a manufacturer designs (where applicable) and manufactures modular components that comply with the New Zealand Building Code.
The BuiltReady scheme enables faster, more consistent building consent approaches for manufacturing modular components.
How BuiltReady works
BuiltReady has a robust legislative framework which outlines what it takes to become involved in the BuiltReady scheme.
Dealing with concerns about a modular component or an organisation involved in the BuiltReady scheme.
What it means for you
Information for anyone who would like to participate in the BuiltReady scheme. Learn more about the roles and responsibilities for everyone involved in the scheme.
Become a manufacturer under the BuiltReady Scheme
To become a manufacturer you need to contact a registered Modular Component Manufacturer Certification Body.
Responsibilities of manufacturers in the BuiltReady scheme
Manufacturers have ongoing responsibilities under the BuiltReady scheme.
Become a Modular Component Manufacturer Certification Body
Modular Component Manufacturer Certification Bodies can evaluate manufacturers against the relevant scheme requirements.
Register as a Modular Component Manufacturer Certification Body
Accredited Modular Component Manufacturer Certification Bodies need to apply to MBIE to become registered.
Links to resources and guidance relevant to the BuiltReady scheme.
Find out about the resources MBIE has provided, such as the Scheme Rules, and links to relevant legislation.
BuiltReady Scheme Rules
BuiltReady scheme rules for scheme parties and manufacturers or certification bodies considering applying for the scheme. The rules may also be of interest to building consent authorities, industry professionals, or others interested in how the scheme works.