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The Australasian Procurement and Construction Council Inc (APCC) is the peak council whose members are responsible for procurement,
construction, asset management and property policy delivery for Australian State and Territory Governments.  Papua New Guinea is an associate member. 
The APCC is comprised of 11 member agencies.






The Australasian BIM Advisory Board has released two new documents which serve to drive a consistent approach to the adoption of BIM.  Visit​ to download these publicly available documents.

APCC Strategic Plan 2018-2021

The Plan is underpinned by the mantra ‘Governments working together’ - APCC’s greatest strength. Set over a three year horizon, it will be reviewed annually. Read


Future Procurement Skill Requirements - A More Strategic Procurement Approach

This report (August 2018) examines how procurement is changing, how this is likely to impact future skills requirements and how governments can use this information to invest in new professionalisation initiatives to better recruit, engage and retain procurement staff for the next five years.  Download​


2017 marked the 50th Anniversary of the APCC 

Over the years we have been at the forefront of countless national documents and intiatives, shaping the procurement, construction and asset management industries.  Here is a snapshot of our productive history.

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Australian and New Zealand Health Procurement Roundtable joins APCC

The ANZHPR will now fall under the umbrella of the APCC.  Recognising the additional benefits from networking with a wider community of procurement, construction, and asset management practitioners, the ANZHPR is pleased to be part of the APCC, while still being able to maintain its own identity and agenda.  Read more

Guide_to_Procurement_Ed2.jpg Procurement of Construction Products - A guide to achieving compliance 
APCC has released the 2nd Edition of this guide, which aims to assist anyone involved in the building industry to ensure the building products they select, buy and install meet Australian building standards.  The Guide now recognises 34 industry led product accreditation schemes and guidance information across a range of building product categories.  Media Release  |  Download the Guide.
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The BIM Knowledge and Skills Framework is a critical part of the construction sector's approach to improvement.  The Framework sets the standard for BIM skills enabling the building and construction industry to significantly improve productivity and remain globally competitive.  The release of the Framework signals a whole of industry approach to the adoption of BIM in a consistent manner. Read more & download

Guide to Successful Project and Asset Delivery: Getting it right up front provides a snapshot of the processes involved in planning, designing and constructing capital works assets and includes existing complementary resources produced by ACIF and APCC available to inform those processes.  The focus of this Guide is the front end of projects – project initiation, project delivery planning, delivery team procurement, and project delivery. It does not deal in detail with the full span of project management techniques or practices. Download this Guide

Building and Construction Procurement Guide: Project Team Integration and Building Information Modelling is a resource in a series of nationally important BIM initiatives to accelerate the adoption of project team integration (PTI) and Building Information Modelling (BIM). This Guide is a companion to the Austroads and APCC Building and Construction Procurement Guide – Principles and Options released in 2014.
IACCM offers
Identify and fill the gaps in Commercial and Contract Management
In an APCC exclusive offer with IACCM, undergo a self-assessment to identify training needs and gain access to 40 modules to fill those gaps. 
For our members and all government staff, it will cost US$200 for the assessment with 3 month access to the modules.  Extensions available.  Read more

The Framework for the Adoption of Project Team Integration and Building Information Modelling (Framework) This Framework is an ‘industry first’ and designed to guide and assist industry stakeholders in the adoption and implementation of Project Team Integration (PTI) and Building Information Modelling (BIM).  This is the first time that government and industry have come together to collaborate and coordinate on a cohesive national approach to the effective adoption of BIM. View the media release or view the Framework



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