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About our Partners

Who are our partners?

Our Founding Partners are Downer Group, DuluxGroup, Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA), Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA), John Holland, Mirvac, and Stockland. Our Funding Partners are Sustainability Victoria, NSW Trade and Investment, and Construction Skills Queensland.

The Net Balance Foundation is Delivery Partner to the School. 

What does it mean to be a partner?

All partners to the School contribute funding, or funding in kind, to the day to day running of the School. Partners agree to promote the School as a consistent approach for developing the sustainability skills of the construction supply chain. Most importantly all partners are required to sign the Supply Chain Sustainability School Code of Ethics.

About our Founding Partners

The Founding Partners are piloting this initiative through their own supply chains. However, you do not have to supply to them to take part. The Australian School is open to any supplier in the construction and infrastructure industry. The goal is to encourage all construction and infrastructure suppliers who want to develop their sustainability credentials to register to the Australian School to help build a more sustainable supply chain for the industry. Upon registration, the Australian School will provide access to a wealth of online resources including international best practice standards.

Downer GroupFounding Partner

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Dulux GroupFounding Partner

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Green Building Council of AustraliaFounding Partner

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 ISCA
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 John Holland
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 Laing O'Rourke
Founding Partner

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 MirvacFounding Partner

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 Stockland
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About our Funding Partners

The Funding Partners of the School include Sustainability Victoria, NSW Government Trade and Investment, and Construction Skills Queensland. These state-based organisations have a sustainability commitment and a mandate to support and build business competency, particularly with small and medium-sized companies.