“Our mission is to provide service and undertake activities that enhance our member’s ability to run a successful business”
AWCI NSW is the principal organisation advocating the interests of contractors, suppliers and manufacturers in the wall and ceiling industries in New South Wales and ACT. AWCI NSW is highly regarded by both members and the industry it serves, for providing valuable business, technical and product information, education and training and industry contacts essential to operating a successful business.
The Association of Wall and Ceiling Industries New South Wales provides the best opportunity to communicate with and influence this important building industry sector.
The AWCI NSW membership consists of wall and ceiling contractors and product suppliers or product manufacturers.
PRESIDENT, AWCI NSW
Shane has been involved with AWCINSW for over 15 years. As President of AWCINSW, Shane believes the role of the AWCINSW is to be a strong and united representative body that deals with issues relevant to our trade. Shane strongly encourages anyone in the wall and ceiling trade to become actively involved in the association—it is through the support of this association that our industry can gather momentum and move forward together as a group, rather than facing the struggle on our own. Shane is committed to apprentice training within the industry and furthering the training process
Delegate AWCINSW Director, GyprocKing
As a second-generation plasterer, Mark has been working in the wall and ceiling industry for 24 years. His father George was a plasterer for 47 years and also a member of AWCI. Mark was also introduced to the AWCI through his apprenticeship days when he competed in Workskills competitions.
AWCI was Mark’s exposure to the industry and now he wants to contribute and give back to the industry through the AWCI channel and introduce the AWCI to new members.
Mark wants AWCI to have more awareness and acknowledgement in the industry, and unite members to a central place where everyone works together and progresses the industry to give the trade the recognition it deserves.
Delegate AWCINSW Director, Director EW Linings
I have been involved in the wall & ceiling industry since the early 1990’s when I was employed by Boral. Soon after I decided to join my fathers contracting business E&W Linings. My father was an experienced and admired plasterer – I was fortunate to learn the ropes early from him.
Having been a member of the AWCINSW for many years, I decided to join the NSW Executive. My main aim is to give back to the industry that I feel so strongly about. The AWCINSW is all about its members – The Plasterer. As a plasterer, we all need support, guidance, or reference at some point in time. The AWCINSW has a very strong understanding of what the plasterer needs, and it has the right people in place to assist members.
One of my proudest achievements is the contracting business I have, with Dad still involved in the business and putting his trust into my wife & I to continue to carry on what he started all those years ago – a plastering business that provides quality workmanship, a service which is second to none and great relationships with people.
Delegate AWCINSW Technical Services Manager, USG Boral Plasterboard NSW/ACT
Ron is a qualified and licensed painter and decorator with 40 years’ building industry experience. He is a member of the AWCI National Technical Trade Committee; ASNZS 2311 (Guide to the Painting of Buildings) Committee and CH-003 (Paints and related materials) Committee.Ron has been involved in the plastering industry for the past 22 years and believes being an AWCINSW executive member is very important, as it provides the ability to affect positive industry changes at both state and federal levels.
Delegate AWCINSW Director, Bietola Interiors
Craig started Bietola Interiors 17 years ago. however, he has been working in the industry as a wall and ceiling liner for 21 years. As a second-generation wall and ceiling liner, Craig is very passionate about progressing the association and keeping quality workmanship in the wall and ceiling industry. He joined the AWCI NSW executive committee to help make a difference to the industry and to help bring more people into the association.
Delegate AWCINSW Director, Director EW Linings
Michael is a second-generation plasterboard contractor with 26 years of industry experience. His aim of being involved in AWCI is to promote and assist in developing plasterboard contractors into businesses.
Delegate AWCINSW, Director Dream Linings
I have been in the wall & ceiling industry for over 10 years now. My interest in being part of the AWCINSW Executive is to provide assistance, experience and be part of a team that ensures our industry is maintained as a skilled and highly regarded trade. Its important to encompass the new and old of our industry, encouraging new members and apprentices. Together we are stronger. I encourage any wall & ceiling liner to be part of this association. It’s focus is on the wall & ceiling contractor and we need this in our trade.
Executive Director, AWCINSW
Jane has been employed with AWCINSW since 2008 and oversees the day to day running of the AWCINSW. Jane enjoys the challenges that working for an industry association presents, ensuring legislative procedures are followed, compliance and reporting are followed through and members needs are addressed. She believes the success of an industry association lies within the membership it represents—its your industry, your association, your business, your voice—you need it to be heard. Become involved!
Social Media and Marketing Co-Ordinator AWCINSW
As a marketing graduate, Madeleine understands and acknowledges the importance of social media working for an organisiation in a beneficial capacity. Her role at AWCINSW is co-ordinating the AWCINSW social media and maximise its marketing potential. Madeleine is more than happy to work with members to assist in their marketing and social media platforms to assist and improve their business. Like AWCI on social and get in contact with them through Facebook and Instagram—they are here to help.