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FEDERAL ELECTION – KEY PRIORITIES FOR QUEENSLAND’S CONSTRUCTION SECTOR

QMCA has today called on the Coalition and Federal Labor to make key election commitments to support the infrastructure industry in Queensland. The key priorities for QMCA and its members…
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INLAND RAIL SHOULD NOT BE A POLITICAL FOOTBALL

Queensland Major Contractors Association is disappointed at the announcement by Federal Labor to hold an inquiry into Inland Rail should it come to power in the upcoming federal election. QMCA…
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PEAK INDUSTRY GROUPS CALL FOR END TO UNCERTAINTY ON MAJOR PROJECTS

Two of Queensland’s peak industry bodies – Queensland Major Contractors Association and Infrastructure Association of Queensland – have called on the Queensland Government to make decisions on major projects that…
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BUDGET REPLY TWO STEPS FORWARD ONE STEP BACK

Queensland Major Contractors Association has welcomed Federal Labor’s budget reply and commends Mr Shorten for a number of positive initiatives, but counsels against adding further red tape and regulation to…
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QMCA Welcomes Cross River Rail Award

QMCA congratulates the Pulse Consortium, Unity Consortium and Hitachi Rail on securing the key delivery packages for the $5.4bn Cross River Rail project. CEO, Jon Davies, welcomed today’s milestone, “On…
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Budget Politicking Will Not Build Infrastructure

Following the release of the 2019 Federal Budget, QMCA is disappointed to see that political point scoring is more important than collaboration and urges the Queensland and Federal Government to…
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Acciona Infrastructure Australia
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BMD Constructions
Clough
CPB Contractors
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Fulton Hogan
Golding Contractors Pty Ltd
John Holland
Laing O’Rourke
Lend Lease
McConnell Dowell
Monadelphous
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