Lots of data.
View current and future planned works across different organisations and regions
Allows for optimisation of traffic network
Mitigates programme risk and community disruption
Identifies clashes and opportunities with other work programmes
Allows coordination of work across multiple organisations
Cost benefits from information sharing and better project coordination
*$13.3m of quantifiable benefits generated over 18 months during the Christchurch Rebuild. Benefits came from reduced clashes and better coordination of projects. Data from the Canterbury SDI Benefits Realisation by ConsultingWhere 2015 report
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Internationally Award Winning
OpenStreetMap is used for the most up-to-date maps, plus an Aerial photo option.
See into the future
Use the time slider to view projects by day, week, month or year. Search for projects on the map or use the handy search function.
Bespoke Contextual Layers
Layers include data to improve awareness of the area - for example haulage/public transport routes, parking zones, underground service networks.
NFWV identifies any clashes of opportunities to allow you to plan with greater efficiency. It also provides the contact details of the PMs so that you can collaborate much easier.
Easy to load project data
Project upload involves filling in a simple form, or send your data to us for bulk upload. We can make most data work!
Full service support
Friendly support team to answer any queries you may have.
What Our Users Say
"The Facebook of the rebuild....the most significant qualitative benefit being its use to connect parties together"
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority
"Since its launch in 2013, it has proven to be invaluable – enabling better coordination and planning of work, and helping rebuild agencies avoid costs caused by unforeseen variations and programme delays.”
Land Information New Zealand
"It is useful because we can use it to see what other work is being planned...it helps us determine how to do our traffic management plans and gives us the ability to work in with other contractors working in the same area"
Whites Traffic Management