Australia’s peak voice for the Civil Infrastructure sector has today sent a stern warning that Australia’s civil infrastructure pipeline of road and rail projects is at serious risk of stalling due to a shortage of […]
Australia’s peak voice for the civil construction sector has repeated its call for urgent action to stimulate the Australian economy by increasing the infrastructure spend in the wake of the 2019 Australian Infrastructure Audit released […]
Australia’s peak voice for the civil construction industry, Civil Contractors Federation (CCF), has urged the Federal Government to take advantage of the Reserve Bank’s most recent interest rate cut and use debt borrowing to reignite […]
The Federal Election will be held on 18th May 2019 and the Civil Contractors Federation continues to advocate on behalf of its members and the broader civil construction industry in pushing for the adoption of […]
The Civil Contractors (CCF) has released its Federal election infrastructure platform calling on a future government to adopt much needed and immediate infrastructure policy reform to boost Australian productivity and economic growth.
Australia’s peak voice of the civil construction industry, the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF), has announced the winners of the 2018 CCF National Earth Awards that recognise excellence in civil construction projects across Australia.
The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) has called on State, Territory and Federal Governments to act swiftly on regulatory reforms to address security of payments to subcontractors following the release by ASIC of its ‘corporate insolvency’ […]
The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) has today welcomed the announcement by the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO), Kate Carnell of a review into payment times, to measure the effects of late or […]
Australia’s infrastructure sector has weighed in on recent media reports regarding the pending review of Australia’s Heavy Vehicle National Laws and its supporting regulations in the lead up to the next meeting of the Transport […]