Building Tomorrow's Australia

19-21 September 2018 | International Convention Centre Sydney Australia

Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia (CCAA) and the Institute of Quarrying Australia (IQA) and have joined forces once again to host the biennial Construction Materials Industry Conference – CMIC18.

CMIC18 is the pre-eminent conference for the Construction Materials Industry and is in its seventh year.

CMIC18 aims to widen the scope of information exchange, educate industry on trends and developments occurring within and outside of industry, while also providing concrete networking opportunities.

Institute of Quarrying of Australia (IQA)

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www.quarry.com.au

The IQA is the professional body for quarrying, construction materials and related extractive processing industries. Modern quarrying impacts both economies and communities, providing the very essentials of contemporary life. The professionals engaged in this industry are at the leading edge of extractive technology, while also involved in responsible environmental management.

The Institute of Quarrying of Australia is affiliated with The Institute of Quarrying which has 6,000 members in 50 countries. Its long-term aim is to foster operational improvements through on-going education and training at operator, supervisory and management level.

Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia

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www.ccaa.com.au

Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) is the peak national body for Australia’s heavy construction materials industry.

CCAA is a not-for-profit organisation established in 1928. Today it represents the interests of Australia’s $11.5 billion a year heavy construction materials industry, comprising the cement, premixed concrete and extractive industries.

CCAA’s principal aims are to protect existing markets and grow new opportunities for cement, concrete and aggregates. It does this by sharing technical knowledge, promoting best practice in concrete design and construction, and creating continual awareness of products, their benefits and uses, as well as the contribution the industry makes towards a better environment.