Australian Constructors Association welcomes Duncan Gibb as new President

Duncan Gibb has been appointed President, Australian Constructors Association.

Australian Constructors Association today announced Mr Duncan Gibb, CEO Construction Australia – Fulton Hogan, has been appointed as the new President of the Board.

Mr Gibb is passionately committed to improving the sustainability and productivity of the construction industry through government and industry collaboration.

“I feel privileged to take on the role of President at a time when the construction industry is united in driving positive change. The association is taking major strides in progressing reform initiatives through government and industry partnerships,” Mr Gibb said.

“The construction industry has been tasked with rebuilding the economy and now is the time to seize the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy,” Mr Gibb added.

Mr Gibb replaces Mr Cathal O’Rourke, who served as President of the Board since November 2020.

“It has been a privilege to serve the membership of the Australian Constructors Association and the broader industry,” said Mr O’Rourke.

Mr Cathal O’Rourke served as President of the Board since November 2020.

“I am optimistic that the construction industry will emerge stronger than ever, and Duncan is well placed to help guide the sector.”

Australian Constructors Association CEO Jon Davies said, “Cathal has provided invaluable and tireless support, and has been instrumental in progressing the change agenda. Our heartfelt thanks and gratitude go to him.”

Mr Gibb has served as a Director on the Board since 2017 and Treasurer since 2020. He has over 35 years’ experience working in the construction industry across Australia and New Zealand.

The Australian Constructors Association represents leading construction and infrastructure contracting companies and is dedicated to creating a sustainable construction industry for Australia.

For more information visit constructors.com.au


 

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