Civil Contractors Federation Australia (CCF) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2023 CCF National Earth Awards. This year’s finalists and winners were recognised at the awards ceremony held on 10th November in Canberra. Winners from each local Earth Awards go up as finalists each year on the national stage. Congratulations to the 2023 CCF National Earth Awards winners:

  • PROJECT VALUE UP TO $2M – BridgePro/ Latrobe Council | Warrawee Suspension Bridge | Tasmania
  • PROJECT VALUE BETWEEN $2M AND $5M – Civilcraft | E.S. Marks Athletics Field Safety Upgrade | New South Wales
  • PROJECT VALUE BETWEEN $5M AND $10M – Ertech | Onslow Boating Precinct Stage 1A | Western Australi
  • PROJECT VALUE BETWEEN $10M AND $30M – Melbourne Water, John Holland-KBR Joint Venture,
    Interflow and Welltech Total Water Management | Epsom Main Sewer Rehabilitation | Victoria
  • PROJECT VALUE BETWEEN $30M AND $75M – BMD Constructions | Mt Crosby East Bank Water Treatment Plant Upgrade | Queensland
  • PROJECT VALUE BETWEEN $75M AND $150M – Seymour Whyte Constructions Pty Ltd | Pacific Motorway Upgrade Varsity
    Lakes to Burleigh (VL2B) | Queensland
  • PROJECT VALUE GREATER THAN $150M – Fulton Hogan Construction Pty Ltd | Princes Highway Upgrade Albion Park Rail Bypass | New South Wales

Photos of the winners at the event are courtesy of Hiebl Photography.