CCF National welcomes new board members

Australia’s peak voice for the civil infrastructure sector, Civil Contractors Federation National (CCF) has announced the composition of its newly appointed Board following its recent Board meeting on 12th November 2021.

Civil Contractors Federation National Board now includes:

  • Mick Unger – President
  • Mick Boyle – Vice President (New South Wales)
  • Nick Zardo – Treasurer (Australian Capital Territory)
  • Michael Cull – Northern Territory
  • David Moody – Queensland
  • Antony Damiani – Victoria
  • David Della Bona-Western Australia
  • Paul Davison – South Australia
  • Bill Abbott – Tasmania

 

CCF National President Mick Unger welcomed three new Board members in David Moody, Antony Damiani, and Mick Boyle (also elected Vice President) saying that, “all three bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the National Board, and I look forward to working with them to reinforce CCF’s position as the peak voice for Australia’s civil infrastructure sector,” he said.

Mick Boyle, the newly elected CCF Vice President and Board member for CCF NSW, welcomed the opportunity.

“I am delighted as the Chair of Abergeldie to return to the CCF National Board and honoured to be voted the CCF National Vice President. Investment in good quality Infrastructure is critical to the prosperity of Australia.  We are at a critical time and I am looking forward to working with our members (who build Australia) and the Federal Government as we plan and deliver all the infrastructure needed to make Australia’s transition from a carbon energy economy to a green hydrogen and renewable energy economy.”

New Board member Antony Damiani from CCF Victoria also extended his appreciation.

“It is an exciting and challenging time for our industry, with the need for progress to align with the nation’s desire to improve our infrastructure. I am delighted for the opportunity to join the CCF National Board to work with our members to bring together the needs of our industry so that in collaboration with our Government we can successfully deliver the infrastructure needed for Australians to enjoy and protect the environment for future generations,” he said.

David Moody, CCF Queensland Board member outlined his objectives.

“As the construction industry enters a period of exponential growth, I aim to ensure the industry remains focussed on sustainability through policy change and for the pipeline of work to land in the hands of members of the Civil Contractors Federation. I look forward to working with the industry to support these Australian businesses, creating and encouraging local employment opportunities, encouraging training and upskilling, and reskilling workers who have been displaced from industry’s impacted by COVID-19 and are looking for opportunity in the sector,” Mr Moody said.

Mr Unger also thanked outgoing CCF National Board members Peter Kendall, Steve Traicevski, and Lee Fahey.

“Peter Kendall, Steve Traicevski and Lee Fahey have made an enormous contribution on behalf of their state organisations for a number of years, and I thank them for their service on the National Board. In particular, I pay tribute to Peter Kendall who has served as CCF National Vice President and Board member for the past 10 years,” he said.


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