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    Winners of Victorian 2017 CCF Earth Awards announced

    Nicholas Rider

    Twelve of Victoria’s best civil construction projects have been revealed at the Civil Contractors Federations’ 2017 CCF Earth Awards.  

    Awarded across six categories, the awards recognise outstanding work in construction and environmental excellence. They are intended to reflect the development and use of the best technologies and practices by Australian civil contractors.

    Among the awarded projects was the Burke-North-McKinnon-Centre Level Crossing Removal Project by a six-member consortium in Melbourne. The project involved removing four dangerous and congested level crossings, the demolition of existing train stations, the construction of four new modern train stations, and improvements of transport infrastructure. In a Victorian first, three level crossing removals were undertaken simultaneously on the same train line. The project received the award for ‘Project Value Greater Than $75 Million’.

    “Once again, the CCF Earth Awards have demonstrated the world-class talent that Victoria’s civil industry has to offer” says John Kilgour, CEO of CCF.

    “These awards also show that, with appropriate financial support from our state and federal governments, there is no limit to what our industry can produce to ensure we are able to develop the necessary infrastructure for our growing population.”

    The Victorian 2017 CCF Earth Awards were announced at the Mural Hall in Melbourne on Friday 25 August. Winning projects will now progress to the National Earth Awards to be held in Canberra in November.

    Full list of winners below:

    PROJECT VALUE UP TO $1 MILLION

    WINNER

    Sorrento Step Wall and Rock Revetment Project by Maw Civil Marine

    FINALIST

    • The Dunes Estate Torquay – Retarding Basin Wetland Project by Lake & Land

    PROJECT VALUE $1 MILLION - $5 MILLION

    WINNER

    Merri Creek Main Sewer Early Works Project by John Holland and KBR Joint Venture, together with RBM Plumbing & Drainage and Melbourne Water

    FINALIST

    • Grace Park Stormwater Harvesting Project – Stage 1 by Simpson Construction Company

    HIGHLY COMMENDED

    • Destination Rosebud – Jetty Road Foreshore Precinct Redevelopment
      (Mornington Peninsula Shire, Maw Civil, Glascott Landscape, Broadspectrum (Australia) & ASCO Open Space) by Mornington Peninsula Shire Council

    PROJECT VALUE $5 MILLION - $10 MILLION

    WINNER

    Glenroy Main Drainage Upgrade Project by Delcon Civil

    FINALIST

    • Monash Freeway Bridge Strengthening Works by Cut & Fill

    PROJECT VALUE $10 MILLION - $30 MILLION

    WINNER

    Bendigo Airport Upgrade – Stage 2 by BMD Constructions and City of Greater Bendigo

    FINALIST

    • Ballarat West Employment Zone – Stage 1 by Pipecon

    PROJECT VALUE $30 MILLION - $75 MILLION

    WINNER

    Sneydes Road, Werribee by Cut & Fill


    PROJECT VALUE GREATER THAN $75 MILLION

    WINNER

    Burke-North-McKinnon-Centre Level Crossing Removal Project by Level Crossing Removal Authority, VicRoads, Public Transport Victoria, Metro Trains Melbourne, John Holland and Kellogg Brown & Root 

    HIGHLY COMMENDED

    • Port Capacity Project Maritime Works Package by McConnell Dowell Constructors and Port of Melbourne
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