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Suicide is costing the Australian construction industry $1.57 billion dollars a year

24 Nov 2015

MATES in Construction has released the Doran report which shows there are significant costs associated with suicide in the construction industry.

New industry plan for FNQ construction jobs and training

20 Nov 2015

Following a major construction industry forum in Mount Isa in September, CSQ today launched the North West Strategy Construction Skilling Action Plan to address workforce skills development in North West Queensland.

Good luck Aaron!

18 Nov 2015

CSQ wishes the best of luck to Aaron Lobley, a finalist at the Australian Training Awards in Hobart tomorrow. Aaron is Queensland’s representative vying for the coveted Australian Apprentice of the Year Award.

Cairns builder named Australia's best

17 Nov 2015

Matteo La Spina T/A La Spina Homes was named 2015 National Residential Builder of the Year, with Queensland Master Builders taking home an abundance of awards at the 2015 National Excellence in Building and Construction Awards, held on Saturday night at the Gold Coast.

Construction superstars honoured at CSQ Excellence Awards

16 Nov 2015

Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 CSQ Excellence Awards announced at the gala event in Brisbane on Friday.

Public consultation process for workplace chemical exposure standards

11 Nov 2015

Safe Work Australia invites you to express your views about workplace exposure standards for hazardous chemicals used in workplaces in a public consultation process.

Renovation Boom Hits Queensland

10 Nov 2015

Queenslanders are renovating their homes in large numbers, with more than 57,000 renovations at an average cost of $33,000 each for the 2014-15 financial year.

From teacher to toolbelt - mature-age apprentice takes out top Award

4 Nov 2015

A North Queensland teacher turned tradie was announced as the winner of the CSQ Apprentice of the Year at the 2015 Queensland Training Awards.

Building approvals up 20 per cent

4 Nov 2015

Queensland’s building industry is experiencing positive growth, with residential building approvals up more than 20 per cent across the state for the past 12 months.

From blast-proof labs to operating theatres – you never know where a career in construction will take you!

3 Nov 2015

Cawley Grant is a foreman on one of Queensland’s major construction projects - the Sunshine Coast Public University Hospital. Starting his career while still at school, he has worked on several iconic projects and knows better than most where a construction career can take you…

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