“Civil Contractors Federation – constructing Australia’s infrastructure.”

On Friday 16th August 2019 CCF Victoria was proud to host the 2019 CCF Victoria Earth & Training Awards, at the Glass House, Olympic Park, Melbourne.

In partnership with our Sponsors, Gallagher, Dial Before You Dig, Komatsu, Greencap, Fulton Hogan, William Adams and Holmesglen, and with over 350 civil construction professionals in attendance, we came to together to recognise those organisations and individuals that have demonstrated excellence with the industry.

CCF Earth Awards

For the last 25 years, the CCF Earth Awards competition has sought to recognise those companies who innovate, strive for best practice, think outside the square, and who contribute towards improving Victoria’s future.

Awarded for excellence in civil construction, the competition acknowledges outstanding merit in the fields of construction technique, innovation, environmental sustainability, quality and project management.

The Earth Awards actively promotes our industry to government and has been instrumental in encouraging federal; state and local government tiers to recognise the importance of infrastructure to Australia’s economy. 

They provide a benchmark in standards for civil construction in Australia. They are a reflection of our industry’s ideals.

For this year’s Earth Awards sponsorship panel, the CCF Earth Awards reflects their own commitment to excellence and innovation in service, as well as equipment.

CCF Victoria would like to recognise all of 2019’s finalists, including some of the civil construction industry’s most prestigious organisations: AECOM, Barwon Water, BMD Constructions, Civilex, Fulton Hogan Constructions, GHD, Interflow, KBR, Keystone Civil, Jaydo, John Holland, Melbourne Water, Quinn Civil, Seymour Whyte Constructions, Winslow Infrastructure and WSO.

We would especially like to congratulate this year’s WINNERS:

Project Value 1 (up to $2 million)

WINNER: Jaydo-Zinfra-WSP Joint Venture

Project: Mt. Martha WRP Inlet Rehabilitation

Project Value 2 ($2 million – $5 million)

WINNER: Winslow Infrastructure

Project: Pound Road & Shrives Road Roundabout

Project Value 3 ($5 million – $10 million)

WINNER: Winslow Infrastructure

Project: Pavement Rehabilitation Works on Melba Highway, Dixons Creek & Healesville – Yarra Glen Road, Healesville

Project Value 4 ($10 million – $30 million)

WINNER: Melbourne Water, John Holland-KBR Joint Venture, Interflow Pty Limited

Project: North Yarra Deviation

Project Value 5 ($30 million – $75 million)

WINNER: Seymour Whyte Constructions

Project: Swan Street Bridge Upgrade

Project Value 6 (Greater than $75 million)

WINNER: Fulton Hogan Constructions

Project: M80 Ring Road Upgrade Sunshine Avenue to Calder Freeway (M80S2C)


Project Value 2 ($2 million – $5 million)

Jaydo Construction

Project: Werribee Irrigation Modernisation Stage 2 (Click here)

Project Value 3 ($5 million – $10 million)

Keystone Civil, Barwon Water & GHD

Project: Renewal of Wurdee Boluc Inlet Channel (Click here)

Project Value 4 ($10 million – $30 million)

Quinn Civil Pty Ltd

Project: Spencer Street Sewer Augmentation (Click here)

Project Value 5 ($30 million – $75 million)

BMD Constructions

Project: Melton Highway Level Crossing Removal (Click here)


Project Value 2 ($2 million – $5 million)

Quinn Civil Pty Ltd

Project: Western Treatment Plant Stage 2 Capacity Upgrade – Effluent Rising Main and Feed Pipelines (Click here)


Zinfra-Jaydo-WSP Joint Venture

Project: Reid & Creswell Sewer Renewals (Click here)


Project: Barwon Water, AECOM Services & Civilex Allen Reservoir Embankment & Spillway Upgrade (Click here)

Project Value 4 ($10 million – $30 million)

Winslow Infrastructure

Project: Road & Bride Works – Ballarat Western Link Road (Click here)

Project Value 5 ($30 million – $75 million)

Seymour Whyte Constructions

Project: Streamlining Hoddle Street (Stage 1) (Click here)


Fulton Hogan Constructions

Project: Victorian Rehabilitation Construction Services Program – Henry Street (Click here)

Training Awards

The night also saw the celebration of the CCF Victoria 2019 Training Awards – recognising the efforts of our next generation of civil contractors and acknowledging those companies and individuals that have attained excellence in the field of safety, training and tertiary studies within the civil industry.

A vital part of learning is the co-ordination, delivery and assessment, which relies on qualified, competent and highly experienced staff to deliver quality, compliant and achievable outcomes for students.

CCF’s training arm – Civil Train, together with this year’s Training Awards sponsors, would like to thank the employers and trainers that attended the event and have demonstrated their commitment to making our industry a safer and more skilled environment for the next generation of civil contractors. We wish all of this year’s nominees and winners the best of luck with their future careers.

Awards: Achievement Award – Workplace/Occupational Health & Safety

WINNER: Jarrad Taylor

Company: BMD Urban

Award: Diploma of Civil Engineering

WINNER: Heath McAvoy

Company: APA Group

Award: Geoff Brown Award – 2018 Certificate III in Civil Construction

WINNER: Samuel Buxton

Company: Jarvis Delahey Contractors

Award: Ian Jacka Award – Monash Highest Achieving  Student in Civil Engineering

WINNER: Ashley Bardis

Organisation: Monash University

Award: Apprentice of the Year

WINNER: Ashley Collins

Company: Jarvis Delahey Contractors

Award: Employer of the Year

WINNER: Newnham Earthmoving

Award: Women in Civil Excellence Award

WINNER: Siripansa Angsuwittaya

Company: Interflow Pty Ltd


WINNER: Alyssa Wilder

Company: BMD Urban

Award: First Year in Civil Engineering – Female Encouragement Award

WINNER: Dawt Hnem Sung Sarum

Organisation: Victoria University