Ferrycarrig’s Westconnex Rozelle Interchange Mixed Utility Installation Project is one of four Ferrycarrig projects shortlisted as a 2021 CCF Earth Awards Finalist.
Ferrycarrig in the Running for For Multiple Civil Excellence Awards
Ferrycarrig has been named a four-time finalist in the 2021 Civil Contractors Federation Earth Awards
Tuesday 25 May 2021 – We’re pleased to announce that four Ferrycarrig projects have been shortlisted as Finalists for the 2021 Civil Contractors Federation Earth Awards.
Organised by peak Australian civil construction industry body, the Civil Contractors Federation, The Earth Awards recognise excellence in all areas of project delivery.
This is the first time Ferrycarrig has submitted as many as four award submissions, and we are delighted to have all four entries shortlisted as finalists. Ferrycarrig has been recognised for the delivery of multiple utilities installation projects in the transport infrastructure sector, and a hospital early works project.
Ferrycarrig’s Parramatta Light Rail UTC004 Mixed Utility Installation Project and WestConnex Rozelle Interchange Mixed Utility Installation Project are both Finalists in the $10-$30 Million category. Both involved the installation and relocation of mixed utilities such as gas, water, sewer, stormwater, high voltage and low voltage power, rail infrastructure assets, and various telecommunications assets.
Ferrycarrig’s Liverpool Hospital Health and Academic Precinct Early Works Project has been shortlisted as a Finalist in the $5 to $10 Million award category. The project involved the installation of utility infrastructure as well as the modification of several existing structures within the hospital, and the construction of a new road.
Ferrycarrig’s Sydenham Station Electrical Infrastructure Replacement project has been shortlisted as a Finalist in the < $2 Million award category. The project involved the construction of a replacement underbore tunnel for an Ausgrid 132kV line. The works were carried out within the Sydney Trains live rail corridor and in close proximity to existing transmission lines.
Ferrycarrig’s Chief Executive, Micheal O’Keefe said that he was pleased to see Ferrycarrig’s project teams recognised by the civil contracting community for their efforts. “Well done to the project teams for this fantastic achievement. Ferrycarrig is immensely proud of the contribution our employees are making to the civil industry”.
“To receive the recognition of the Civil Contractors Federation acknowledges not only the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in the delivery of our projects but also signifies a job well done for our clients who have put their faith and trust in us to deliver these projects to a high standard”.
Ferrycarrig eagerly awaits the announcement of winners at the upcoming CCF NSW Earth Awards on Friday 4th June 2021.