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Civil Contractors Federation SA

  • Don’t think – DO

    THE state’s 100,000 public servants have been told to lift their game, with a directive ordering the elimination of “unnecessary” and “inefficient” meetings and a demand to respond to letters from the public within a month. The head of the public service, Don Russell, this week issued a directive titled “Public Sector Responsiveness” urging workers […]

  • Council’s B-triple fears confirmed

    A LOCAL council has voiced its concerns about B-triple trucks travelling through heavily populated Riverland towns. Renmark Paringa Council invited executive officer of the SA Road Transport Association Steve Shearer to its monthly meeting last week to discuss its heavy transport worries. Click here to read the full text

  • Mayors back funding plan

    THE SPENCER Gulf Cities Association has shown its support for SA Liberals’ Royalties for Regions funding program, which will invest into regional roads and infrastructure should the opposition be elected in March 2018. READ FULL TEXT

  • Invest now to protect jobs

    NEW infrastructure investment is urgently needed to avoid almost 10,000 construction jobs being lost in South Australia over the next three years, a report warns. Both major political parties are being urged to direct election spending towards the sector to help save jobs. The BIS Oxford Economics report, released on Friday, forecasts a 14 per […]

  • Phil Sutherland on FIVEaa

    Press the play button below to Listen to the audio. Breakfast Interview   Afternoon Interview   Or alternatively you can download the interviews below: Download Breakfast Interview Download Afternoon Interview

  • Plea for more investment in infrastructure

    There’s a plea for more investment in infrastructure to stop big job losses in SA. A report commissioned by the Civil Contractors Federation warns that 10,000 jobs could go in the construction industry by 2020. Transport Minister Stephen Mullighan agrees that infrastructure is crucial to the development.

  • A new report has warned that 10,000 jobs could be lost

    A new report has warned that 10,000 jobs could be lost in construction in South Australia unless there are new investment and infrastructure. The report commissioned by the Civil Contractors Federation is urging the State and Federal Governments to release a blueprint for the future outlining new investments and projects. Phil Sutherland, CEO, Civil Contractors […]


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.