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Earth Awards

The WA Earth Awards are the Western Australian civil construction industry’s annual celebration of infrastructure excellence, presented by PSC Insurance and the Civil Contractors Federation WA. With seven award categories, from projects valued under $2 million to projects valued over $150 million, the Earth Awards is all about celebrating our industry, showcasing our capabilities, and recognising the talent and commitment of our dedicated project teams.

The 2024 WA Earth Awards will be held on Friday, September 20, 2024 at Crown Perth.

The submission deadline is July 31, 2024. Check back for more information on entering this year's Awards soon. For all 2024 event enquiries, including nominations and sponsorship, please contact us by email.


Entering the 2024 Earth Awards

No job is to big or small for an Earth Awards entry! With seven project value categories from under $2 million to over $150 million, there’s a category to suit all projects and sub-projects. Subcontractors are welcome to enter their package of works delivered as part of a larger project.

To enter the Awards, please begin by downloading the EOI Form and Submission Guidelines documents from the links below.


EOI Form   Submission Guidelines


If you have any questions about entering the Earth Awards, including guidance on the process of preparing a submission, please don’t hesitate to contact Alice Graham by email

Once you have completed your submission, please follow the link below to the online submission form to upload all the required files and finalise your entry. 


Online Submission Form


Submit your entry


The online submission form is hosted by Jotform, and all uploaded files and data are secured with end-to-end encryption. You can read more about Jotform's encrypted form security here, or contact us to find out more about how we keep entries secure.



CCF WA Earth Awards Honour Roll

2023 CCF WA Earth Awards Winners

Use the scroll bar to view all our 2023 WA Earth Awards winners above.

Project Value up to $2 million: Enviro Infrastructure - Leighton Embankment Remediation

Project Value $2-5 million: Rob Carr & Water Corporation - Belmont Park Optus Stadium DN500 Water Link

Project Value $5-10 million: Ertech - Onslow Boating Precinct Stage 1A

Project Value $10-30 million: RJVPrincess Margaret Hospital Demolition & Remediation 

Project Value $30-75 million: WhittensIron Bridge Project Earthworks and Concrete - Port, Concentrate Handling Facility (CHF) & Concentrate Diversion Pond (CDP) 

    Project Value $75-150 million: Leach Welshpool Alliance (Georgiou Group, Main Roads WA, BG&E, Golder) - Leach Highway and Welshpool Road Interchange

    Project Value greater than $150 million: Webuild-NRW Joint Venture, Public Transport AuthorityForrestfield-Airport Link

    Judges' Award: Mitchell Extension JV (BMD Constructions and Georgiou Group) - Mitchell Freeway Extension


    2023 Event Photos

    2023 WA Earth Awards Finalists Feature

    Forrestfield-Airport Link $150M+ Finalist Mitchell Fwy Extension $150M+ Finalist Leach Hwy Welshpool Rd Interchange $75-150M Finalist Iron Bridge Project $30-75M Finalist AMC Wharf Extension $30-75M Finalist Centre for National Resilience $30-75M Finalist BP KWOL Pipeline $30-75M Finalist Mardie Salt & Potash Project $30-75M Finalist Port Hedland Seawalls $10-30M Finalist Princess Margaret Deconstruction $10-30M Finalist Merredin 42ML Tank $10-30M Finalist Hotham River Bridge $10-30M Finalist Cecil Avenue East Upgrade $10-30M Finalist Ironbridge $10-30M Finalist Onslow Boating Precinct Stage 1A $10-30M Finalist Tropicana Aerodrome Resurfacing $10-30M Finalist Rottnest South Thompson Seawall $2-5M Finalist Belmont park Water Link $2-5M Finalist Leighton Embankment Remediation $0-2M Finalist Swan St Microtunnelling & Open Cut $0-2M Finalist

    2023 WA Earth Awards Finalists

    • AMC 1 Wharf Extension and New Finger Wharf Project: Ertech Geomarine Joint Venture
    • Belmont Park Optus Stadium DN500 Water Link: Rob Carr & Water Corporation
    • BP KWOL Pipeline Relocation Project: NEWest Alliance (Public Transport Authority, DT Infrastructure, CPB Contractors)
    • Cecil Avenue East Upgrade: BMD Constructions 
    • Centre for National Resilience: Monford 
    • Forrestfield-Airport Link: Webuild-NRW Joint Venture, Public Transport Authority
    • Iron Bridge – Concentrate & Return Water Pipelines, Construction of Microtunnelling Crossings: DJ Mac Cormick Contractors
    • Iron Bridge Project Earthworks and Concrete - Port, Concentrate Handling Facility (CHF) & Concentrate Diversion Pond (CDP): Whittens
    • Leach Highway and Welshpool Road Interchange: Leach Welshpool Alliance (Georgiou Group, Main Roads WA, BG&E, Golder)
    • Leighton Embankment Remediation: Enviro Infrastructure
    • Mardie Salt and Potash Project Earthworks: SRG Global
    • Merredin Water Tank: SRG Global
    • Microtunnelling 800mm Drainage Reinforced Concrete Jacking Pipe, Swan St Guildford: DJ Mac Cormick Contractors
    • Mitchell Freeway Extension: Mitchell Extension JV (BMD Constructions and Georgiou Group)
    • Onslow Boating Precinct Stage 1A: Ertech
    • Port Hedland Seawalls: WA Limestone Contracting
    • Princess Margaret Hospital Demolition & Remediation: RJV
    • Replacement of Bridge 0015A over Hotham River: BMD Constructions
    • Rottnest South Thomson Seawall: WA Limestone Contracting
    • Tropicana Aerodrome Upgrade: SRG Global

    The 2023 CCF WA Earth Awards is proudly sponsored by PSC Insurance and supporting sponsors Alcolizer Technology, Allwest Plant Hire, Brooks Hire, HiQA Geotechnical, Ledge Finance, Reece Viadux and WARP Traffic Management. 


    2022 CCF WA Earth Awards

    The 2022 CCF WA Earth Awards Winners were announced at a gala dinner at Crown on Friday, September 16. 

    2022 CCF WA EARTH AWARDS FINALISTS FEATURE


    Project Value up to $2 million: Foundation Engineering – Multi-Unit Development, 147 Hastings St Scarborough

    Project Value $2-5 million: Enviro Infrastructure – Hector Street Footbridge Refurbishment

    Project Value $5-10 million: Rob Carr Pty Ltd and Water Corporation – Gnangara Branch Sewer Section 2

    Project Value $10-30 million: Georgiou – Kwinana Freeway Pedestrian and Cycle Path

    Project Value $30-75 million: Georgiou and Main Roads Western Australia – Karel Avenue Upgrade

    Project Value $75-150 million: Downer – Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal Project

    Project Value greater than $150 million: Armadale Access Alliance (Laing O'Rourke, BG&E and Main Roads Western Australia – Armadale Road to North Lake Road Bridge Project

    The 2022 WA Judges' Award: SRG Global for the 20ML Karratha Water Tank & Associated Works.

    2022 NATIONAL Earth Awards

    State Earth Award winners from around Australia qualified for the CCF National Earth Awards, held in Canberra on November 11. We were thrilled to have two incredibly deserving Western Australian projects win in their respective categories; Downer's Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal in the $75-150 million category and Rob Carr and Water Corporation's Gnangara Branch Sewer Section 2 project in the $5-10 million category.

    2021

    • Project Value up to $2M: Whitfords Nodes Fitness Staircase – Enviro Infrastructure
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Bridge 34 Structural Refurbishment and Widening – Enviro Infrastructure
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Esperance Replacement Jetty – Maritime Constructions and the Shire of Esperance
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Vasse Diversion Drain Upgrade  – Vasse Joint Venture (Westforce Construction and JWI Contractors)
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Wanneroo Road/Ocean Reef Road Interchange – The WBHO SRG Joint Venture
    • Project Value more than $75M:  Murdoch Drive Connection – Metropolitan Road Improvement Alliance

    2021 News Release

    2021 Earth Awards Feature


    Pictured: Vasse Joint Venture (Westforce Construction and JWI Contractors) celebrate their win at the 2021 CCF WA Earth Awards in the Excellence in Civil Construction: Project Value $10 - $30 Million category.

    2020

    • Project Value up to $2M: Cranbrook Grain Receival Site Expansion Project Subcontract Works – Ellett Contracting
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Hill60 Bank Remediation – MMM (WA)
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Quindalup Infill Sewerage Project – Rob Carr
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Subiaco Oval Demolition and Renewal – RJV Civil Infrastructure
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Great Northern Highway Upgrade, Maggie Creek to Wyndham – WBHO Infrastructure and Main Roads WA
    • Highly Commended: HMAS Stirling Redevelopment Stage 3A – HY1 – Altona Group

    2020 News Release

    2020 Earth Awards Feature.pdf

    Pictured: Michael Brunton (centre) from RJV accepts the Earth Award for Excellence in Civil Construction – Project Value $10 – 30 Million from CCF WA President David Della Bona (left) and Hon Rita Saffioti MLA (right).

    2019

    • Project value up to $2M: 450mm PE Wastewater Pressure Main Upgrade  – Cape Utilities
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Utah Road Rehabilitation Stage 1 – Degrey Civil
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Murdoch Health and Knowledge Precinct Stages 1A And 1B Civil Works  – Downer EDI Works
    • Project Value $10M to $30M:Bow River Bridge Upgrade  – BMD Constructions Pty Ltd
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Matagarup Bridge Arches and Decks Fabrication, Painting & Transportation – Civmec

    2019 news release

    2019 Earth Awards finalists feature


    The Downer team celebrate their 2019 Earth Award win.

    2018

    • Project value up to $2M: Woodbridge Riverside Park Foreshore Works  – MMM (WA)
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Refurbishment of Newcastle Road Bridge over Avon River Northam – SRG Limited
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: City Beach 2A & 2B Infill Sewerage Projects – Rob Carr
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Treendale Bridge over Collie River – BMD Constructions
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Old Mandurah Traffic Bridge Replacement – Georgiou Group
    • Project Value more than $75M: Optus Stadium Structural Steelwork, Part Supply and Installation of Precast Concrete Elements – Civmec

    2017

    • Project value up to $2M: Refurbishment of Bridge 0930, Haydn Bunton Drive – Enviro Infrastructure
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Seabird Foreshore Stabilisation Works – Neo Infrastructure
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Third Avenue Bridge Replacement – BMD Constructions
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Perth Airport T1 Forecourt Plaza and PRM Drop-Off Facility – Ertech
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Aubin Grove Train Station and Russell Road Upgrade – Georgiou Group
    • Project Value more than $75M: Perth City Link Bus Project – City Busport Alliance (Public Transport Authority, Multiplex and BG&E)

    2016

    • Project value up to $2M: Guilderton Boat Ramp Upgrade – Neo Infrastructure
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Marmion Angling & Aquatic Club Carpark Expansion – Ertech
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Dewatering and Water Treatment at Perth Busport – Mobile Dewatering
    • Project Value $10M to $30M (Joint Winners): Dawesville Infill Sewerage Project Reticulation Areas 1B, 4A & 5A Rob Carr Pty Ltd and Construction of the Mills Park Master Plan Works Package #1  – Ertech
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Reid Highway Works – Georgiou Group
    • Project Value more than $75M: Gateway WA Perth Airport and Freight Access Project – Gateway WA
    • Highly Commended: Roy Hill Iron Ore Project – Samsung C&T

    2015

    • Project value up to $2M: South Perth Promenade Riverwall Replacement – MMM (WA) Pty Ltd
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Arthur Creek Dam Outlet Upgrade Project – DM Civil
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Great Eastern Highway (Bullabulling to Coolgardie) Project – Brierty
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Three Bridges – Civil, Structural and Deconstruction Project – Georgiou Group
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Great Northern Highway Realignment Project – John Holland

    2014

    • Project value up to $2M: Dewatering for Kings Square 1 Project – Mobile Dewatering
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Dwellingup New Water Source – DM Civil
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Murdoch Drive/South Street Intersection Upgrade – Highway Construction and Main Roads WA
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Elizabeth Quay External Roadworks, Services and Ancillary Works – Georgiou Group
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Mundaring Water Treatment Project – Acciona Trility Joint Venture

    2013

    • Project value up to $2M: Market Street Main Sewer Diversion Project – DJ MacCormick Contractors
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Hope Downs 4 to West Angelas Optic Fibre Cable Installation project – Streamline Underground Services
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Augusta Boat Harbour project – WA Limestone/Italia Stone Group
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Stirling Trunk Main Duplication – DM Civil
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Great Eastern Highway Upgrade (Kooyong Road to Tonkin Highway) – City East Alliance

    2012

    • Project value up to $2M: Port Catherine Groyne Upgrade – WA Limestone
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Installation of Process Water, Potable Water, Power & Fibre Optic Communications Infrastructure to Conveyor 275 at Alcoa’s Huntly Mine – Underground Services
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Butler Rail Extension Civil Works – RJ Vincent & Co
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Area G Dredge Containment Bund – De Grey Civil
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Gorgon Site Development and WAPET Landing Project – Ertech

    2011

    • Project value up to $2M: Island Street Groyne Repair – Italia Stone Group
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Perth Cultural Centre Redevelopment – Ertech
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Southern Seawater Desalination Plant Construction of Intake and Outfall Tunnels – Zublin Australia
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: Alkimos Wastewater Scheme – Alkimos Water Alliance

    2010

    • Project value up to $2M: Dampier Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline Soil Erosion Stabilisation – Sunhawk/Rainstorm Dust Control
    • Project Value $2M to $5M: Ord Irrigation Expansion Project – Accommodation Camp Forward Works – Ertech
    • Project Value $5M to $10M: Midland Railway Workshops Redevelopment – Georgiou Group/ Midland Redevelopment Authority
    • Project Value $10M to $30M: Lakes Road DN1400 Trunk Main and Serpentine Bridge – Georgiou Group/ PPS Partnership
    • Project Value $30M to $75M: New Perth Bunbury Highway – Southern Gateway Alliance

    NATIONAL EARTH AWARDS: WINNING PROJECTS FROM WA

    • 2023 Project value $5-10 million: Onslow Boating Precinct Stage 1A – Ertech

    • 2022 Project value $75-150 million: Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal – Downer EDI

    • 2022 Project value $5-10 million: Gnangara Branch Sewer Section 2 – Rob Carr, Water Corporation
    • 2016 Category 6: Gateway WA Perth Airport and Freight Access Project – Gateway WA
    • 2013 Category 5: Great Eastern Highway Upgrade (Kooyong Road to Tonkin Highway) – City East Alliance
    • 2010 Category 5: New Perth Bunbury Highway – Southern Gateway Alliance
    • 2008 Category 3: Outfall Pipeline for the Newgen Kwinana Power Station – Smithbridge Australia and ERM Power
    • 2005 Category 5: Geraldton Southern Transport Corridor – Thiess, Main Roads WA, Public Transport Authority
    • 2004 Category 1: Remediation of Former Imago Site, East Perth – Marsh Civil

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