The CCF Earth Awards are the culmination of many months and in cases, years of planning and preparation by civil contractors delivering major infrastructure projects in all states and territories.  

At the beginning of this year, CCF Victoria invited companies within Victoria’s civil sector to submit an expression of interest to enter their projects into the 2021 CCF Earth Awards.

To be eligible, projects needed to have been completed, or have at least reached practical completion within the last 24 months due to COVID restrictions leading up to 31 May 2021.

Project entrants were then required to complete a written submission to CCF describing the project’s strengths and achievements against the criteria – Project & Construction Management, Quality, Innovation, Safety, Environmental, People Development & Stakeholder Engagement.

Following the local state CCF Victoria Earth Awards final conducted on 15 October, our category winners were then eligible for the final of 2021 CCF National Earth Awards, which was conducted last Friday evening.

It is with great pride that we confirm to all CCF Victoria members that 3 of our 5 finalists won their category during the national awards ceremony on Friday 12 November 2021 in Canberra.

You can view the video profiles below for each of the winning projects…

1: Project Value 1 with a contract value up to $2 million

Interflow & South East Water – Mountain Highway AC Water Main Renewal Project.

2: Project Value 4 with a contract value from $10m – $30m

Safety Focused Performance Joint Venture, Abergeldie, Downer & Stantec – Hawthorn Main Sewer Rehabilitation Project.

3: Project Value 5 with a contract value from $30m – $75m

Fulton Hogan Constructions and MRPV Streamlining Hoddle Street – Package B.

To view video profiles of the other award winning projects which won at the Victorian Earth Awards in October, please CLICK HERE.

Congratulations to all our winners and nominees for delivering such high standard projects during what was a challenging year for the civil industry.