Publications

2014
Submissions Publications

May

May Submission on Emissions Reduction White Paper

Response to the Emissions Reduction Fund White Paper. Addresses Australia’s emissions, the unique nature of the construction industry and the difficulties that the industry will have in engaging with the ERF scheme.

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Apr

April Submission to the Victorian Government on Drugs, Alcohol and Security

The ACA responds to the Victorian Construction Code Compliance Unit invitation for public consultation on proposed drug and alcohol and site security amendments to the Implementation Guidelines to the Victorian Code of Practice for the Building and Construction Industry.

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Apr

April Submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry into Infrastructure Costs

The ACA responds to the draft Report released by the Productivity Commission on 13 March 2014, as part of the Commission’s Inquiry into public infrastructure financing, costs and productivity.

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Apr

April Submission to the House of Representatives Inquiry into Infrastructure Planning and Procurement

In this submission, the ACA makes recommendations focused upon advancing structural change to the way governments approach the development and approval processes impacting on the implementation of infrastructure projects.

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Mar

7 March Major Infrastructure Projects – Costs and Productivity Issues

This report seeks to provide some evidence in relation to construction sector costs and productivity in the delivery of public infrastructure projects to inform the current Productivity Commission inquiry.

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Feb

February Submission on Emissions Reduction Green Paper

ACA’s approach in this submission is predicated on the fact that the ACA considers that the Government’s preferred approach, as outlined in the Green Paper, does not contemplate the unique emissions profile of the construction industry and the difficulties that the industry will have in engaging with the scheme as proposed.

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