Representing Australia's construction industry since 1928, Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia
(CCAA) is the peak national body that represents Australia's $6 billion a year heavy construction materials industry.
CCAA provides an online resource for cement concrete and aggregates.
CCAA primary functions:
- Advocacy: represent the view of members to governments and the wider community on a range of issues. CCAA also play an active role in the development of industry standards and codes.
- Information: hosting a vast technical library, with up-to-date links to information resources around the world which can be accessed by members, engineers, architects, construction industry professionals and academics. CCAA publish and disseminate its own technical bulletins and case studies, and the highly regarded industry publications C+A and Public Domain.
- Assistance: providing practical assistance and advice, working directly with engineers, architects and builders around Australia to help them maximise the benefits of using concrete.
- Promotion: promoting and developing projects to identify and develop new market opportunities, initiatives to protect existing markets and media relations activities.
CCAA's membership consist of a broad spectrum of heavy construction materials industry and includes all major industry players.
CCAA and the Institute of Quarrying Australia (IQA) will be holding its annual Construction Materials Industry Conference at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 19-22 September 2012. This year's theme is Essential Industry for Australia's Future, focusing on the challenges and opportunities facing businesses now and into the future.