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CROSS-AUS Supporters

The following organisations have a common interest in promoting structural safety and better standards in the building and construction industry. They have agreed to be recognised as a Supporter of CROSS-AUS.

These organisations will assist in raising awareness of CROSS-AUS and will promote the benefits of sharing experiences and lessons learned to their membership and through their networks.


Australasian Certification Authority for Reinforcing and Structural Steels (ACRS)

ACRS delivers confidence in steel materials supply through independent, expert, third party Australasian Standards certification and verification of reinforcing, prestressing and structural steels, and compliance of manufacturers and suppliers worldwide, on behalf of the construction industry.


Consult Australia 

Consult Australia is the industry association that represents small, medium, and large businesses in design, advisory, and engineering. Consult Australia members provide professional consulting solutions to individual consumers, private sector companies, and public sector government clients, local, state, territory and federal. 

Engineers Australia (EA)

Engineers Australia is the profession’s peak body in Australia and exists to advance the science and practice of engineering for the benefit of the community. Engineering plays a pivotal role in society and will continue to shape the future of Australia, creating healthy, just, prosperous, secure and sustainable communities.


Engineering New Zealand (ENZ)

Engineering New Zealand is dedicated to promoting the interests of engineers and engineering in New Zealand and does so by having a voice on topical issues. As New Zealand’s professional body for engineers, we create a community of learning, collaboration, and support for engineers from all disciplines throughout the lifespan of their careers.


Structural Engineering Society New Zealand (SESOC)

SESOC’s objectives are to promote the science, art and practice of structural engineering; to ensure the advancement and dissemination of knowledge relating to structural engineering; and to provide a forum for structural engineering practitioners to communicate amongst themselves and to the public at large.