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    REMEDIATION and redevelopment were the recurring themes among the winning projects in this year’s NSW Case Earth Awards, with every project restoring infrastructure, redeveloping an important building or remediating land. Each winning project provided something which its community needed – from creating additional open-space community land to providing safer, cleaner water.

    Among the winning entries were a project that released 10 hectares of open space in an inner city suburb, two sewerage schemes delivering improved water quality to regional communities, an innovative redevelopment of a CBD church and a project that alleviated traffic congestion around a busy railway station.

    The Case Earth Awards – sponsored by Case Construction Equipment and the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) – are now in their 12th year. They recognise the significant and innovative environmental reform that continues to take place in the construction industry.

    All state winners are now in contention for the national honours, to be announced on 12 November at the CCF National Conference in Sydney.

    2005 Case Earth Award Winners, NSW

    Environmental Excellence Category 1 (project up to $2 million)

    NSW winner: Tingha Sewerage Scheme

    Contractor: NSW Department of Lands

    Client: NSW Department of Commerce

    Environmental Excellence Category 2 (project between $2 million and $10 million)

    NSW winner: Shadforth Wetlands

    Contractor: Cleary Bros (Bombo)

    Client: Landcom

    Environmental Excellence Category 3 (project over $10 million)

    NSW winner: Tempe Lands Remediation and Development Project

    Principal: Marrickville Council

    Construction Excellence Category 1 (project up to $2 million)

    NSW winner: Scots Church Redevelopment

    Contractor: Ward Civil

    Client: Westpoint Corp

    Construction Excellence Category 2 (project between $2 million and $10 million)

    NSW winner: Auburn Intersection Upgrade and Rail Bridge Renewal

    Contractor: Reed Constructions

    Client: Auburn Council

    Construction Excellence Category 3 (project over $10 million)

    NSW winner: Coffs Harbour WRP Alliance

    Contractor: AbiGroup

    Client: Coffs Harbour City Council

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