CCF Victoria honours projects at 2017 Earth Awards
The Victorian branch of the Civil Contractors Federation’s (CCF) has honoured the state’s best civil construction projects of the past year at its Annual Earth Awards.
The event, which took place at Mural Hall at Myer, Melbourne, celebrated the achievements of civil contractors delivering metropolitan and regional infrastructure projects in Victoria.
Awards were presented in six categories, which were based on the size and scale of the projects and judged on the quality and excellence displayed in the areas of construction, environmental and project management.
Category 1, for a project value up to AU$1 million, was won by Maw Civil Marine for its Sorrento Step Wall and Rock Revetment Project.
Category 2, for a project value of AU$1 million – AU$5 million, was won by the John Holland–KBR joint venture, together with RBM Plumbing and Drainage and Melbourne Water, for the Merri Creek Main Sewer Early Works Project.
Category 3, for a project value of AU$5 million to AU$10 million, was won by Delcon Civil Pty Ltd for the Glenroy Main Drain Upgrade Project.
Category 5, for a project value of AU$30 Million to AU$75 million, was won by Cut & Fill Pty Ltd for the Sneydes Road Interchange Project.
Finally, Category 6, for a project value of more than AU$75 million, was won by BNMC Alliance – comprising Level Crossing Removal Authority, John Holland, KBR, VicRoads, Public Transport Victoria, Metro Trains Melbourne – for the Burke-North-McKinnon-Centre Level Crossing Removal Project.
The winners of each category will be judged against other projects across the county in the National Earth Awards, taking place at the National Press Club on 21 November 2017 in Canberra.
“Once again, the CCF Earth Awards have demonstrated the world class talent that Victoria’s civil industry has to offer,” said CCF CEO John Kilgour.
“These awards also show that with appropriate financial support from our State and Federal Governments, that there is no limit to what our industry can produce to ensure we are able to develop the necessary infrastructure for our growing population.”
For more information visit the CCF website.
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