Inquiry into Construction Industry Insolvency in NSW
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The Inquiry into Construction Industry Insolvency in NSW is an inquiry established on 9 August 2012 by the state government of New South Wales in the aftermath of the financial collapse of a number of well established building /construction companies. These included Reed Constructions, Hastie Group, Kell & Rigby and St Hilliers. The inquiry's stated purpose is to "safeguard the interests of sub-contractors in the sector".
The inquiry will be chaired by Bruce Collins, a Queens Counsel. Collins has been an Independent Commission Against Corruption(ICAC) commissioner, and a Supreme Court Evaluator and Court Referee. He represents Australia on the International Chamber of Commerce’s International Court of Arbitration.
The views of any interested parties were sought. Submissions closed on 14 September 2012.
The Inquiry’s final report was published on 28 January 2013. It made 44 recommendations.
- "Government Inquiry Into Construction Projects" (Press release). New South Wales State Government. 9 August 2012. Retrieved 10 September 2012.
- Collins, Bruce (18 April 2013). "NSW Government response to the Independent Inquiry into Construction Industry Insolvency". DFS Updates & Events. Department of Finance & Services. Retrieved 7 August 2013.
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