Resources

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ACIF - Australian Construction Industry Forum

Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) is the peak body and meeting place of the leaders of the construction industry in Australia. ACIF Forecasts are highly accurate, rolling ten year forecasts of demand across all sectors.


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Aconex

Aconex is the most widely used online collaboration platform in the world for construction, infrastructure, energy and resources projects. We’ve helped manage more than US$800 billion in capital projects across 70 countries. www.aconex.com

 


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Build Your Career

The Build Your Career campaign is an industry driven initiative offering information for students, apprentices, parents and Careers Advisers about construction industry career opportunities, enabling informed decisions about their futures.


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Caterpillar

For 90 years, Caterpillar Inc. has been making sustainable progress possible and driving positive change on every continent. Customers turn to Caterpillar to help them develop infrastructure, energy and natural resource assets. With 2014 sales and revenues of $55.184 billion, Caterpillar is the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives. The company principally operates through its three product segments – Construction Industries, Resource Industries and Energy & Transportation – and also provides financing and related services through its Financial Products segment.


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CBUS

Established in 1984 to provide superannuation services for members of the building, construction and allied industries, their families and employers, Cbus today is one of Australia’s leading industry superannuation funds.

Driven by a core commitment to maximise returns to members, and not profits to shareholders, Cbus has a membership of more than 722,000 industry and general public members, and 89,000 employers.

Cbus has a variety of products and investment options to suit Australians working in the building, construction and allied industries.


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Fair Work Building and Construction

FWBC is responsible for ensuring cooperative, productive and harmonious workplace relations in the building industry


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Federal Safety Commission

The role of the Federal Safety Commissioner is to promote and improve occupational health and safety (OHS) in the building and construction industry and administer the Australian Government Building and Construction OHS Accreditation Scheme


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Green Building Council of Australia

The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) was established in 2002 to develop a sustainable property industry in Australia and drive the adoption of green building practices through market-based solutions.


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Holcim

In Australia, Holcim has been delivering construction materials since 1901. Originally serving the industry under the well-known Readymix and Humes brands, Holcim now continues to supply products including aggregate and sand, concrete, concrete pipe and products.

Holcim operates right across the Australian continent supplying concrete from a network of more than 200 concrete plants, 900 mixer trucks and mobile and on site facilities. Our 88 quarry operations provide consistent, quality products for a diverse range of customers and applications. Our contracting business services serve major mining and infrastructure projects.


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ISCA - Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia

The Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) is the peak industry body for advancing sustainability in Australia’s infrastructure.  ISCA is a member-based, not-for-profit industry (public and private) council. ISCA’s mission is ‘Improving the productivity & liveability of industry & communities through sustainability in infrastructure’.


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NAWIC - The National Association of Women in Construction

The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC):

  • Is a Not-For-Profit organisation formed in 1995 whose mission is to promote and improve the construction industry by the advancement of women within it; and
  • Provides a forum for its members to meet and exchange information, ideas and solutions to problems; and
  • Offers individual members an opportunity to expand personal and business networks, maintain awareness of industry developments, improve skills and knowledge, and make a contribution to other women in the construction industry.

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OneSteel

OneSteel is Australia’s premier manufacturer of steel long products and is a leading metals distribution company in Australia and New Zealand. The company manufactures and distributes a wide range of steel products including hot rolled structural sections, rail, rod, bar, wire and structural pipe and RHS products, and distributes sheet and coil, plate and aluminium products.


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RMIT - School of Property, Construction and Project Management

The School of Property, Construction and Project Management is a leading provider of education, research and training in the construction, project management and property industries.

We are renowned for our reputable programs, strong links with industry, involvement in professional bodies and collaborative approach to research.


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Supply Chain Sustainability School

The Supply Chain Sustainability School represents a common approach to developing sustainability competence in the supply chain. It is a free resource available to any supplier in the construction industry, and is part of a continued commitment to lead the industry into a brighter, more sustainable future.


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Telstra

Telstra is Australia’s leading telecommunications and information services company, offering a full range of communications services and competing in all telecommunications markets.

In Australia we provide 16.4 million mobile services, 7.4 million fixed voice services and 3 million retail fixed broadband services.

We believe the more connected people are, the more opportunities they have. That’s why we help create a brilliant connected future for everyone, everyday.


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Virgin

In 2000, the Virgin brand entered the Australian aviation market for the first time, bringing real competition in the leisure sector of the market. Launching the new brand Virgin Australia in May 2011, and the Game Change program announced by CEO John Borghetti, was a key part of repositioning ourselves in the market to be Australia’s airline of choice.

Now we have a new vision: to revolutionise air travel again, this time across all market segments. We will do this by providing a seamless experience across all international and domestic markets, while retaining the same excellent service.