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  • CCF SA PRESS RELEASE: STATE BUDGET MUST SHOW “PLAYFORD-ESQUE” VISION AND BRAVERY TO IGNITE SA’S PARLOUS ECONOMY: CCF

    CCF SA PRESS RELEASE: STATE BUDGET MUST SHOW “PLAYFORD-ESQUE” VISION AND BRAVERY TO IGNITE SA’S PARLOUS ECONOMY: CCF

    Thursday’s State Budget is a “defining opportunity” for the Weatherill Government to bring South Australia out of its current economic malaise by using its substantial borrowing power to catalyse economic stimulation, jobs growth and the foundations of a new economic framework.   That’s the view of the Civil Contractors Federation of South Australia (CCF) – one […]

  • CCF SA PRESS RELEASE: OAKLANDS CROSSING UPGRADE – AT LAST!

    One of South Australia’s most influential industry lobby groups and long term robust advocate for the Oaklands Crossing redevelopment – today welcomed the news that the project will proceed – albeit 40 years after it was first mooted. The Civil Contractors Federation – South Australia (CCF) has been one of the most vocal proponents of […]

  • Election Notice

    Dear Members, Nominations are now open for: Branch President Branch Vice President Branch Honorary Treasurer Branch Board Members (7) National Board Member Alternate National Board Member   The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) will send you the election form (please insert link to the lection form) and the nomination form to your nominated mailing address. Nomination […]

  • Transcontinental Newspaper

    ‘Economic cork’ must end Duplication makes economic sense BY MATT CARCICH   THE Civil Contractors Federation of SA (CCF) is calling for an urgent, independent audit of the Joy Baluch AM Bridge, and they want it to be revealed to the Port Augusta community. CCF CEO Phil Sutherland said an independent safety audit into the […]

  • BUILDING CODE 2016 AMENDMENTS AND UPDATE

    The attached circular provides an update about the most recent developments. The good news is that businesses with pre-24 April 2014 enterprise agreements do not have to create a new enterprise agreement to become Code compliant.  However, for businesses with agreements made after that time, or proposing to make a new agreement, the current processing […]

  • FEARS COST OF PLANT WILL SHORT-CIRCUIT BIG BUILDS

    The Advertiser 15 March 2017 INFRASTRUCTURE – Lauren Novak LEADERS in the construction and property sectors have warned that key infrastructure projects could fall by the wayside following the State Government’s decision to spend taxpayer funds on a new power plant. It has committed an expected $360 million to build a state-owned, gas-fired power station […]



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Civil Contractors Federation (CCF SA) is an industry association that promotes, protects and represents companies and other organisations with business interest in civil (construction) contracting. The CCF SA helps its Members obtain more work, work more effectively and make more money.