Renewable diesel

Construction net zero push

We've released a report underscoring the crucial role of decarbonising the construction industry in achieving Australia’s net zero ambition.

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FF24

Foundations and Frontiers

Foundations and Frontiers #FF24 has launched - a new tripartite construction industry forum to be held on 8 August in Sydney.

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ACAA Finalists

ACAA finalists announced

Australia’s top four projects compete for prestigious Australian Construction Achievement Award.

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Discussion paper 1

FF24 discussion paper

In preparation for FF24 this August, we've released the first discussion paper titled ‘Defining good… and how to achieve it’.

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Dedicated to a sustainable construction industry for Australia

The Australian Constructors Association (ACA) is the national body representing Australia’s leading construction, infrastructure and services companies.

We collaborate extensively across the sector and represent the views of industry leaders to help shape government policies to ensure Australian communities receive high-performing assets and services from the infrastructure, building, resources and energy industries.

Our goal is to create a more sustainable construction industry for the benefit of all.

We believe that a sustainable construction industry is built on the three key pillars of equitable and aligned commercial frameworks, a positive industry culture, and sufficient capability, capacity and skills to execute the projects it is called upon to deliver.

It is an ambitious goal but an achievable one if the sector pulls together.


 

‘Nailing Construction Productivity’

Our report, Nailing construction productivity, reveals there is no shortage of solutions available to drive construction productivity but the sector’s ‘operating system’ requires a complete overhaul to realise the benefits.

 

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‘Disrupt or Die’ – Australia’s construction industry is at a crossroads

The poor productivity performance of Australia’s fourth largest industry is costing the economy $47 billion annually and is indicative of a business that is stuck in the past.

 

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The Future Australian Infrastructure Rating (FAIR)
is an initiative to bring forward a national consistent approach to implementing broad industry reforms.


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