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Andrew Compton of Chincivil has succeeded David Jones as the new President of the ACT Branch of the CCF at the 37th Annual General Meeting held in Canberra on 11th October. The meeting also paid tribute to the work of outgoing office bearers David Jones, Peter Middleton and Graham Reilly for their dedication and commitment to the work of the local branch and their national input.
Incoming CCF-ACT Branch President, Andrew Compton will be representing the local industry in the first stages of a review of ACT Standards and Specifications that have thus far been used to achieve satisfactory outcomes in the delivery of construction in the Territory.
The Director of ACT Roads, Tony Gill, and the acting Executive Director of Shared Services Procurement, Glenn Lacey, gave a presentation to CCF-ACT Branch members recently to spell out details of the now fully-funded Majura Parkway upgrade.
In order to deal with major stumbling blocks on civil projects, local branch executive members have identified and drawn up a list of 31 items as the key priorities. A number of items on the priority list have not been overcome after a span of years and continue to disappoint local branch members.
The ACT Government has introduced a new strategy aimed at compliance with Industrial Relations Employment obligations.
A number of local branch members attended a recent lunch held by MBA-ACT and hosted by National CCF President, Ross Barrett.
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