Tasmanian Branch 2012 CCF Earth Awards
Held on Friday the 27th July 2012
The Tasmanian Branch Earth Awards 2012, now in its 19th year, was a fabulous evening with a large number of entrants and guests that attended and enjoyed the Dinner and Presentations celebrations.
The evening highlighted the great work being undertaken across the State and we congratulate the winners and all the finalists as these were all great projects and picking a winner in each category a difficult choice for the judges.
We were pleased to see such a variety of projects winning awards and all the State winners will now move on to become national finalists, with the 2012 National Earth Awards to be held on the Saturday the 27th October, on the last night of this year’s National Conference. Details of the National Conference can be found at the following link: http://nationalconference.civilcontractors.com/.
Please see below for some photos from the evening and we look forward to seeing you all next year at our 20th Earth Awards.
If you require any additional information, please contact the CCF Tasmanian Branch on (03) 6248 4697.
2012 CCF Tasmanian Earth Awards
Tony Cook - CEO CCF Tasmanian Branch, Elise Archer MP - Shadow Minister for Planning, Stuart Wiggins - VEC Civil Engineering, and Dale Archer - Finlease (TAS) Pty Ltd.
Richard Snare- MC for the 2012 CCF Earth Awards
The 19th Annual Earth Awards DIER Safety at Roadworks Award, proudly supplied by Eye Spy Signs was presented to Venarchie Civil Contracting, by DIER Secretary, Norm McIlfatrick on behalf of the Minister for Infrastructure, David O’ Byrne, to Hugh Maslin, General Manager of Venarchie Civil Contracting and Mitch Dennis of Venarchie Civil Contracting.
Category 3 winners: Shaw Contracting & Tasmanian Irrigation - Winnaleah Irrigation Scheme - Winnaleah, Tasmania
Category 2 winners: Andrew Walter Constructions & Water Industry Solutions - Southern Water Berriedale to Elwick Pipeline Duplication - Hobart - Montrose Bay, Tasmania
Category 1 winners: VEC Civil Engineering - Stitt River Rail Bridge Transom Replacement - Rosebery, Tasmania
Category 4 winners: VEC Civil Engineering - Kingston Bypass - Kingston, Tasmania