CSIRO has appointed Tracey Gramlick to lead their Verification Services team in Infrastructure Technologies, responsible for its APAS, PCCP and ActivFire certification schemes.
ActivFire, Australian Paint Approval Scheme (APAS) and Painting Contractor Certification Program (PCCP) are all well-known across the built environment.
Gramlick joins CSIRO following 15 years as CEO and executive director of the Australian Window Association, and will be responsible for developing and implementing a strategy to grow CSIRO’s certification schemes, expand their role as a trusted resource and increase engagement with Australian industry.
With a background in Engineering and a masters in Technology Management and Administration, Gramlick has more than thirty years of experience in the building products sector.
“The team will collaborate with government and key national and global industry bodies with a focus of changing the philosophy, administration, delivery and promotion of the certification business,” says Gramlick.
“We look forward to increasing CSIRO’s engagement with Australian industry and invite interested parties to get in touch,” she said.