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FEDERAL BUDGET BUILDS FOUNDATIONS FOR AUSTRALIANS WITH HOUSING ENABLING INFRASTRUCTURE

The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) has welcomed the 2024-25 Budget, providing 65 new infrastructure projects worth $4.1b, assurance of the $120b Infrastructure Investment Program and Commonwealth’s recognition of the critical link between civil infrastructure, housing supply and community. These new and existing infrastructure projects, for roads, bridges, water, and sewerage alongside the Federal Government’s $1b [...]

FEDERAL BUDGET BUILDS FOUNDATIONS FOR AUSTRALIANS WITH HOUSING ENABLING INFRASTRUCTURE2024-06-04T15:11:17+10:00

Construction Skills and Migration funding foundational for housing enabling infrastructure

Australia’s peak voice for the civil construction industry, the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF), has welcomed the announcement for the 2024-2025 Federal Budget to inject $90.6 million to boost the number of skilled workers in the construction and housing sector with migration streamlining to support housing enabling infrastructure. “The timing for this boost is very much [...]

Construction Skills and Migration funding foundational for housing enabling infrastructure2024-06-04T15:11:44+10:00

200,000 reasons teachers, nurses and police should stop and go traffic controlling

Under Best Practice Industry Conditions (BPIC) procurement guidelines, you can earn $200,000 per year once having completed two days of training as a stop/go traffic controller on a civil site under policies that are operating or under consideration. That's more than double the salary of most registered nurses, police officers, and teachers. As an added [...]

200,000 reasons teachers, nurses and police should stop and go traffic controlling2024-06-04T15:12:30+10:00

Roads, Rail and Renewable Infrastructure need certainty

Australia’s peak voice for the civil construction industry, the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF), has supported the work and progress to get to net carbon zero emissions and the EPBC legislative review process it has participated in. “The Civil Contractors Federation Australia supports in principle the legislative review and the creation of a National Environmental Protection [...]

Roads, Rail and Renewable Infrastructure need certainty2024-06-04T15:13:55+10:00

Net Overseas Migration – housing infrastructure = FY2025 Cost of Living Catastrophe

Australia’s peak voice for the civil construction industry, the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF), has called on a national rethink of housing infrastructure policy in the wake of new Net Overseas Migration numbers coupled record declines in housing activity. “The release of the latest population numbers present a shocking reality that the nation simply is busting [...]

Net Overseas Migration – housing infrastructure = FY2025 Cost of Living Catastrophe2024-06-04T15:14:35+10:00

The housing solution is clear its civil – but you just cant see it…

There is a clear freefall in the rate of housing activity, which comes at the worst possible time on the back of Net Overseas Migration rising to rates not seen since post world war 2. Housing and particularly the money shot solutions being a key in a door or a housing estate with a ribbon [...]

The housing solution is clear its civil – but you just cant see it…2024-06-04T15:15:02+10:00

CIVIL CONSTRUCTION EXCELLENCE RECOGNISED AT CCF NATIONAL EARTH AWARDS

Australia’s peak civil construction industry body Civil Contractors Federation Australia (CCF) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2023 CCF National Earth Awards. This year’s finalists and winners were recognised at the awards ceremony held on 10th November in Canberra. Congratulations to the 2023 CCF National Earth Awards winners: PROJECT VALUE UP TO $2M [...]

CIVIL CONSTRUCTION EXCELLENCE RECOGNISED AT CCF NATIONAL EARTH AWARDS2024-06-04T15:15:47+10:00