Seymour Whyte has joined the Australian Constructors Association (ACA) to show support for construction and infrastructure contracting companies.

Dedicated to promoting a sustainable construction industry for Australia, the ACA is helping to build an industry that benefits both member companies as well as stakeholders across the sector.

Australian Constructors Association Chief Executive Officer Jon Davies said Seymour Whyte’s approach to new partnerships reflects the growing trend of industry coming together to achieve value outcomes for all stakeholders.

“Seymour Whyte’s ability to achieve success through innovative ways of working collaboratively mirrors the culture of the Australian Constructors Association,” Mr Davies said.

“We are dedicated to creating a sustainable and progressive industry that is founded in trust.”

As a multi award-winning civil contractor delivering major essential infrastructure across Australia, Seymour Whyte has earned a solid reputation for delivering complex, innovative projects that often include difficult staging, engineering and environmental challenges, logistical constraints and stakeholder impacts.

Seymour Whyte Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer John Kirkwood said joining the Australian Constructors Association provides a great opportunity to shape the future of the construction industry.

“We are excited to be part of the association’s key forums including the Construction Industry Leadership Forum and Construction Industry Culture Taskforce.”

“These forums are just the tip of the iceberg as we look to build partnerships with clients, government, suppliers and the industry.”

“We are active in promoting the need to work collaboratively to achieve greater outcomes for all.”

The Australian Constructors Association is the representative body for contractors delivering vertical and horizontal construction as well as providing construction services.