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2021 CCF WA Earth Awards

CCF’s Earth Awards are the most prestigious awards in civil construction – a unique opportunity to showcase your company’s capabilities to industry, your clients and prospective clients.

The 2021 CCF WA Earth Awards winners were announced at a Gala Dinner Crown Perth on Friday, October 1, 2021. Congratulations to all winners, listed below, as well as finalists. The Awards were presented by our Major Sponsor Protech Group and supporting sponsors Dial Before You Dig, Brooks Hire, Offroad Trucks Australia, Ledge Finance, Enviro Infrastructure, Alcolizer Technology, Dieci Australia, Allwest Plant Hire and Lavan.

All state winners are automatically finalists in the National Earth Awards; National finalists are judged separately and winners will be announced at the National Earth Awards on Friday November 12, 2021. This year, for the first time, the National Earth Awards will be broadcast online. You can register to watch the 2021 CCF WA National Earth Awards via the link below to join us in cheering on our Western Australian finalists. 

EVENT DETAILS

DATE: Friday 12th November 2021
TIME: 4:30pm - 6:00pm AEDT (1:30pm - 3:00pm AWST)
RSVP: Friday 5th November 2021
VENUE: Online
COST: Free

This event is proudly brought to you by PSC Insurance Brokers, the official insurance partner of Civil Contractors Federation National.

REGISTER VIA THIS LINK


How to enter THE EARTH AWARDS

Details for entering into the 2022 Awards will be posted soon.



CCF WA Earth Awards Honour Roll

2021

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


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

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

2019 news release

2019 Earth Awards finalists feature


The Downer team celebrate their 2019 Earth Award win.

2018

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

2017

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

2016

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

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 AWARD WINNERS FROM WA

  • 2016 Category 6: Gateway WA – Gateway WA Perth Airport and Freight Access Project
  • 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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