The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) has announced the winners of the 2022 Civil Contractors Federation National Earth Day Awards, celebrating excellence in civil engineering and construction.

The winners were announced at a Gala Dinner on 11 November 2022 at the Hotel Realm in Canberra, where 250 people from across the civil construction industry gathered to recognise 47 finalists, all of whom were category winners at the state and territory level.

CCF Chief Executive Officer, Chris Melham, congratulated finalists for their demonstration of best practice in their respective industries.

“I congratulate all finalists involved in the 2022 CCF National Earth Awards and commend them for delivering civil construction projects to the highest of standards,” said Chris Melham, Chief Executive Officer, CCF National

“All of the projects have demonstrated best practice in their respective areas, including roads, bridges, drainage, rail and utilities.

“I particularly commend our seven category winners, who have been judged the ‘best of the best’ by our independent judging panel who I also thank for their invaluable assistance.

“I also thank our sponsors – PSC Insurance Brokers, the official insurance partner of CCF National, and the Australian Construction Industry Redundancy Trust.”

The winners of the CCF National Earth Awards include:

Project value up to $2M: Kentish Council and Treloar Civil & Quarries

Wilks Road Extension: Improved road access to Lorinna, a small rural community comprising 65 properties situated in North-West Tasmania.

Project value $2M to $5M: Select Civil

Avon Dam Road Bridge Replacement: Design and construction of a replacement bridge along Avon Dam Road, providing access to Avon Dam in New South Wales.

Project value $5M to $10M: Rob Carr and Water Corporation

Gnangara Branch Sewer Section 2: Significant upgrades to the sewer network in Perth’s northern suburbs.

Project value $10M to $30M: McMahon Services Australia

The Australian Bragg Centre for Proton Therapy & Research – Civil and Environmental Remediation Works: Site investigations, demolition, bulk earthworks and remediation for the basement and bunker levels of the new $500 million Australian Bragg Centre in Adelaide’s BioMed City precinct.

Project value $30M to $75M: Georgiou Group / Brady Marine and Civil Joint Venture

Indooroopilly Riverwalk: Construction of a 790m, 5-metre-wide bridge providing a pedestrian and two-way cycle facility over the Brisbane River.

Project value $75M to $150M: Downer EDI

Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal: Removal of the Denny Avenue Level Crossing, construction of a rail bridge and road underpass, upgrade of the surrounding road networks and revitalisation works in Perth’s Kelmscott town centre.

Project value greater than $150M: McConnell Dowell/DECMIL Joint Venture

Mordialloc Freeway: Design and construction of the new Mordialloc Freeway in Melbourne included several grade-separated interchanges, 400m twin bridges over sensitive wetlands and a shared walking and cycling path along the length of the project.

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