The CCF Earth Awards are the most prestigious awards in civil infrastructure which includes roads, bridges, railways, marine structures, and utilities that are the economic veins and arteries linking the Australian community.
The CCF Earth Awards have the specific aim of recognising outstanding work in construction and environmental excellence which reflects development and use of the best technologies and practices by Australian civil contractors. Each office of the CCF conducts state/ territory Earth Awards, with local winners progressing to the National Earth Awards. The Earth Awards are designed to highlight excellence in the following areas:
The CCF Earth Awards have a high standing within the civil construction industry, government agencies and industry stakeholders. CCF has built up the profile of the Awards and continues to strive for excellence each year with the event series now having run for over 25 years. State and National Earth Awards are presented in six categories, according to project value:Project Value Up to $2M
These awards are presented at the yearly Excellence in Civil Construction Awards night held each year in August/September. Please refer to the events calendar for more information.
WHO CAN ENTER?
The awards are open to all Australian civil construction companies. Entries are welcome for projects involving either:
WHY ENTER THE AWARDS
This is an ideal opportunity to present your company’s capabilities to the industry, your clients and prospective clients. Be recognised as a finalist or category winner at Branch and National levels for your company’s innovation and excellence in the civil construction industry.
The awards recognise Civil Construction companies who have recently been involved in a project which has excelled in:
A project is eligible for the Earth Awards if it is completed in the 12 months to 31 March 2020 or has reached “practical completion stage” (Ref.AS4000-1997) at 31 March 2020. This will be updated for 2021.
HOW TO ENTER
Entries have now closed for 2020. More information will be provided for next year in early 2021.