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Date PostedApril 6, 2017

Builder Banned from Government Sites

One of the largest building firms in Queensland has been banned from working on government funded projects for a period of 3 months due to the company’s dealings with the unions.

The company cannot lodge expressions of interest, tenders or be awarded contracts for federally funded projects until June 30 due to a series of breaches of the Building Code.

The company can still work on projects awarded before the exclusion period.

The Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) said the company failed to adopt policies that ensured workers were free to join the union if they wanted to and were also free to choose not to join.

Read more at http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/hutchinson-builders-banned-from-working-on-federally-funded-projects-over-dealings-with-unions/news-story/d72d89087538d3afb7a6e58a465de3ef

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