We are proud to be recognised by 7 key industry + government partners across Australia

  • AILA Major Partner (NSW Chapter)
  • ACT Government CB - Contractor - Building Non-Residential / Financial Level F5
  • ASSDA (Australian Stainless Steel Development Association) Accredited Member
  • LGP (New South Wales)
  • MAV (Victoria)
  • LocalBuy (Queensland)
  • LGA Procurement (South Australia)

ACT Government

Contractor - Building Non-Residential / Financial Level F5

The ACT Government uses pre-qualified private sector suppliers for various services including the construction of new public facilities, infrastructure and upgrades.

Approved suppliers must demonstrate they have:

  • The technical and financial capacity to undertake works
  • Appropriate management systems in place such as quality assurance, occupational health, safety and rehabilitation, environmental management systems;
  • Current and appropriate insurances, licences and mandatory technical qualifications; and
  • Comply with the National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry

AILA Major Partner - NSW Chapter

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) is the growing national advocacy body representing 2,500 active and engaged landscape architects, promoting the importance of the profession today and for the future.

Committed to designing and creating a better Australia, landscape architects shape the world around us. They conceive, reimagine and transform the outside world from streetscapes to parks and playgrounds, transport solutions to tourism strategies, new suburbs and even cities.

Australian Stainless Steel Development Association (ASSDA)

ASSDA Accredited Member

The Australian Stainless Steel Development Association (ASSDA) is a non-profit industry group that has been developing a strong and vibrant stainless steel industry in Australia since 1992.

ASSDA has a single purpose – to increase consumption of stainless steels in Australia.

Local Government Procurement

Our Contract: 3.08-2

Local Government Procurement Pty Ltd (LGP) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Local Government and Shires Associations of New South Wales (LGSA).

LGP has been prescribed under s55 of the Local Government Act, allowing councils to utilise supply arrangements coordinated by LGP without the need to go to tender in their own right.

LGP therefore has the same status as the NSW Department of Services, Technology and Administration (DSTA) - NSW Procurement in having this legislative requirement.

Municipal Association of Victoria

Our State Contact: PP4924

Municipal Association of Victoria is the legislated peak body for 78 of Victoria’s councils. Formed in 1879, MAV has a long and proud tradition of supporting councils and councillors and is incorporated by an Act of State Parliament.

MAV Procurement is a unit of the Municipal Association of Victoria focusing on achieving better procurement outcomes for local government

By leveraging the combined purchasing power of councils, MAV can achieve better value on products and services. Working with members and suppliers, MAV reduce procurement costs, simplify processes and improve services while delivering sustainable outcomes for communities.

Local Buy

Our Preferred Supplier Arrangement (PSA): BUS 201-0810

Local Buy is the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) procurement services company. Their core business is developing contractual arrangements for goods and services used by councils and government entities.

Local Buy is able to aggregate demand for these goods and services to achieve better pricing and conditions: therefore eliminating the need for councils and government entities to establish their own supply contracts.

LGA Procurement

Our State Contract: BUS 201-0810

LGA Procurement (LGAP) is South Australia’s procurement services company. LGA Procurement’s core business is developing contractual arrangements for goods and services used by Councils and Government entities.

LGAP is able to aggregate demand for these goods and services to achieve better pricing and conditions: therefore eliminating the need for councils and government entities to establish their own supply contracts.