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The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) is a joint initiative of all levels of government in Australia and includes representatives from the building industry. The ABCB's mission is to oversee issues relating to health, safety, amenity and sustainability in buildings through the creation of nationally consistent building codes, standards, regulatory requirements and regulatory systems.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics can help you by providing statistical solutions to make informed decisions. The ABS provides statistics on a wide range of economic and social matters, serving government, business and the general population. Statistics on the ABS website can be accessed free of charge. Customised information can be prepared for you on a fee for service basis.
The Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) is Australia’s peak construction industry consultative organization. The ACIF Mission is to create a competitive construction and property industry that is a leader in building a prosperous Australian nation.
The Building Designers Association of Australia is the peak coordinating body for Building Designers Associations in Australia. The Association is recognised as a proactive leader on issues affecting the built environment and the building industry. The BDAA has been established to represent Building Designers and promote and enhance their worth to all stakeholders at the national level.
Colourways is this region's peak independent colour forecasting body. Established by the Design Institute of Australia in 1992, Colourways was formed to forecast directions in colour and design for up to two years ahead.Now operating programs in Australia and New Zealand, Colourways provides valuable colour and trend forecasting services for a diverse range of businesses and industries.
The Housing Industry Association is Australia’s largest residential building organisation. HIA is unique, as the only national industry association for all building professionals, representing the interests of the whole housing industry - from trade contractors, builders, and suppliers through to product manufacturers. HIA's logo is proudly displayed as a badge of professionalism on building sites right around Australia.
The Master Builders Association is Australia’s major building and construction industry association. The Master Builders has grown to over 31,200 member companies, with offices in all major cities of Australia. It employs over 250 experienced staff with qualifications in a diverse range of disciplines including building, engineering, law, management, economics, marketing, accounting, industrial relations, safety, building surveying and training.
The Master Builders Association is a major Australian building and construction industry association. Its primary role is to promote the viewpoints and interests of the building and construction industry and to provide services to members in a broad range of areas including training, legal services, industrial relations, building codes and standards, industry economics and international relations.
Master Builders is Queensland's largest building industry membership organisation representing over 10,000 members including builders, subcontractors, manufacturers, industry consultants and students. Master Builders primary role is to provide industry information, education and technical expertise to members. Master Builders also represents its members on numerous industry and government bodies and is recognised as a powerful lobby group.
The Master Builders Association of South Australia is the peak employer body representing the South Australian building and construction industry, and includes Commercial Builders, Civil Contractors, Residential Builders and Specialist Contractors as well as Industry Suppliers and Manufacturers. The Master Builders provides members with representation in Industrial Relations, Lobbying Federal, State and Local Government, Legal and Contractual advice, Training, Insurance and Business Marketing.
The Master Builders Association of Victoria was established in 1875 by a group of distinguished builders intent on raising standards within the industry. Since that time the organisation has grown to become a pre-eminent industry voice with members universally renowned for their reliability, skill and professionalism. A broad based organisation, MBAV services the needs of the entire industry, from residential to commercial and engineering businesses, principle contractors to subcontractor.
In 1936 a group of Roofing Tilers saw a need for such a movement and so formed the Master Slaters, Tilers & Shinglers Association, the name reflecting the influence of the various roofing materials at that time. Recently the name was changed to coincide closer with today’s material usage. Members of the Master Roof Tilers and Slaters Association are some of the industries most reputable in the industry today. Each member conforms to an industry code of ethics that ensures professionalism and project delivery.
As an alliance of dedicated contractors and suppliers, the Metal Roofing and Cladding Association of Australia Limited represents the interests of the metal roofing industry as a whole. Formed in 1971, the association has been instrumental in raising the status and standard of the industry through its connection with other trade associations, government decision-making bodies and educational organisations.
Since 2004, the RTAA has been working to promote the activities of the concrete and terracotta tile industry in Australia. The RTAA was the result of an amalgamation of a number of state associations, which are now established as state divisions of the national association.
The key roles of the RTAA are to: address occupational health and safety issues within the building industry which affect roof tilers, including working with government to improve workplace safety standards; foster and encourage the training of roof tilers; educate the general public about the advantages of roof tiles over other roofing products.
Standards Australia is recognised by the Government as Australia’s peak Standards body. It coordinates standardisation activities, develops internationally aligned Australian Standards® of public benefit and national interest and facilitates the accreditation of other Standards Development Organisations. Through the Australian International Design Awards it promotes excellence in design and innovation.
The National Precast Concrete Association Australia (NPCAA) was established in 1990 to represent and promote the Australian precast concrete industry. Membership is made up of precast manufacturers (Corporate Members), as well as suppliers to the industry (Associate Members) and overseas precast manufacturers (Overseas Members). Our Members manufacture high quality precast, which includes walling, flooring, structural elements, drainage, civil and environmental products.
UDIA has an important national voice in development matters, particularly in relation to initiatives for homebuyers, urban developers, professionals and others who are involved in property development. We take a very active interest in government decisions and decision making processes affecting property. We aim to promote the urban development industry in achieving sustainable urban development.