The Boards

We're governed by two individual Boards – the Building and Construction Industry Board and the Contract Cleaning Industry Board. The Governor-In-Council appoints each Board for a term of three years.

Our Boards are required to meet at least quarterly. The Building and Construction Industry Board is governed by meeting procedures outlined in the Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Act 1991. The Contract Cleaning Industry Board is governed by meeting procedures outlined in the Contract Cleaning Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Act 2005.

Building and Construction Industry Board

The current term of the Board commenced on 1 July 2016 and expires on 30 June 2019. The Board consists of seven members as follows:

  • the chairperson (Ms Jacqueline D’Alton)
  • the deputy chairperson who must have knowledge of, and experience in, financial affairs (Mr Adam Stoker)
  • three directors representing employers in the building and construction industry (Ms Penny Cornah, representing the Master Plumbers Association of Queensland; Mr Damian Long, representing the Civil Contractors Federation; and Ms Kirsty Augustine representing Master Builders Queensland)
  • two directors representing workers who perform building and construction work (Mr Wally Trohear, representing the CFMEU; and Mr Rohan Webb, representing the AMWU)

The following committees are in place to provide support and advice to the Board:

  • Audit, Risk Management and Compliance Committee
  • Finance Committee
  • Worker Eligibility Committee

Contract Cleaning Industry Board

The current term of the Board commenced on 1 July 2017 and expires on 30 June 2020. The Board consists of six members as follows:

  • the chairperson (Mr Don Brown)
  • the deputy chairperson who must be a person with knowledge of, and experience in, commerce, economics, finance or management (Ms Sue Ryan)
  • two persons appointed as representative of employers (Mr Kenneth Holder and Ms Kim Puxty, both of the Building Service Contractors’ Association of Australia)
  • two persons appointed as representatives of workers (Mr Damian Davie and Ms Natalia Pantano, both of the United Voice union)