Become a Member –

Membership Benefits

Your membership with CCF Tas comes with many benefits for your business, including:

  • Fantastic discounts on CCF’s essential site docket books for Civil Contractors
  • Industrial Relations and WHS advice provided by our partner, TCCI
  • Our E-news keeping you up to date on the latest industry news
  • Email alerts on the latest industry news as it happens
  • Fantastic networking opportunities
  • The opportunity to promote your company for FREE in our E-news and website
  • Advocacy to various levels of government on your behalf to voice your issues and concerns
  • The first port of call for any of your queries – we can answer your questions or point you to an industry expert in that field
  • Discounted price for the fully certified Business Management System
  • Special pricing for CCF’s and TMAA training and events
  • The opportunity to become an event sponsor or a branch sponsor. Gain unparalleled access to your target market! Also includes your logo and website link on our web page.

At CCF TAS we are here to help. For further information on any of our services please do not hesitate to contact us on (03) 6248 4697.


How do you become a Member of CCF TAS?

To become a Member of CCF TAS, Contractors must fill in the CCFTAS New membership Application 18-19. This form collects all of your business details to determine the cost of your annual Membership. Your CCF

Membership is determined by 2 things:

  1. Your Business Category – Determined by your business’ annual turnover.
  2. Your Membership Type – Contractor or Associate Member.

Contractor Members

Contractor Member refers to persons or companies undertaking work as civil construction contractors in the civil construction industry. Contractor Members are involved in all aspects of civil construction including:

  • roads and bridges – freeways, highways, urban and rural
  • land development – housing, commercial and industrial subdivisions
  • water treatment and reticulation
  • sewer treatment and reticulation
  • telecommunications infrastructure
  • electricity distribution
  • gas pipelines
  • dams
  • irrigation infrastructure
  • quarrying
  • land improvement – rural earthworks
  • general excavation
  • demolition

Associate Members

Associate Member refers to persons or companies engaged in the manufacture, sale or dry hire (without operator) of plant, equipment and materials used by contractor members or who are engaged in any undertaking directly related to or in the supply of services to those contractor members. Associate Members may include:

  • manufacturers of products, such as pipes and steel
  • suppliers of raw materials, such as quarry products, concrete and bituminous products
  • equipment sales and hire
  • suppliers of fuels and lubricants
  • professional services, such as legal, accounting, recruitment, insurance and superannuation

Stakeholder Associate Member

Stakeholder Associate Membership is for client groups such as Local Government or Water Authorities etc.


If you have any questions regarding membership or would like to become a Member of CCF TAS, please contact us on (03) 6248 4697or email


CCFTAS New membership Application 18-19

If you have any questions regarding membership or would like to become a Member of CCF TAS, please contact us on (03) 6248 4697or email [c1] 

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