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A new guideline to help manage activities with the essential supply of materials during the COVID-19 health crisis. Access
Find more COVID-19 tools: ELearning Module | Toolbox Talks | Business Continuity Explainer Video
CCAA has recently released its State Policy Priorities documents. Click here to view.
CCAA has assembled a Biodiversity Policy Priorities Statement that identified a range of actions Gov can take to improve biodiversity outcomes. Read here.
CCAA has published the 2020 edition of the Guide to Concrete Construction. This Guide has undergone extensive revision.
Palmyra II survived the 2020 Bushfires when a cyclonic firestorm ripped through the Kangaroo Valley. Watch the episode here .
Click here to access support materials on managing Respirable Crystalline Silica in the workplace.
To say concrete is a versatile building material is an understatement. It lends itself to so many applications and can be used to create almost every major element of your home, from ground and upper floor slabs, walls, roofing, pavements, driveways and retaining walls. The strength, durability and thermal efficiency, speed of construction, design versatility and raw beauty of concrete makes it an ideal solution for designers, builders and home owners.
Concrete roads are the strongest, most durable, performing better under heavy traffic conditions and lowering costs across the lifetime of the asset.
Learn how the quarrying industry helps build a stronger economy for all Australians.
Concrete offers a superb canvas for the building of durable, functional and attractive urban landscapes.
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Created by the NSW Government this video shows how difficult it is for people who have never driven a truck to respond to the challenges that truck drivers face every day.
The Smart Concreting App is available for download. Click here to find out more.