The Queensland construction industry’s most prestigious night of the year
 
The CSQ Excellence Awards 2014 were presented at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on Friday 5 December.
 
The Awards recognise the hard work and commitment of apprentices, trainees, schools, trainers, training organisations and employers.
 
Congratulations to all our winners:

EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION TRAINING IN SCHOOLS/ REGISTERED TRAINING ORGANISATIONS

Hutchinson Builders Award for Construction School of the Year
Marist College Ashgrove, Brisbane

All Trades Queensland Award for Construction School Student of the Year
William Tily, Ipswich State High School, Ipswich


 

The Construction Training Centre Award for Registered Training Organisation of the Year
Construction Skills Training Centre (CSTC), Brisbane


 

EMPLOYER COMMITMENT TO TRAINING EXCELLENCE
 
Bechtel Award for Employer Commitment to Training Excellence (up to $20M Turnover)
Usher & Son Commercial Coatings, Gold Coast


 

Orbus3 Award for Employer Commitment to Training Excellence (over $20M Turnover) – Civil Construction
FK Gardner and Sons, Toowoomba/Brisbane


 

Lend Lease Award for Employer Commitment to Training Excellence (over $20M Turnover) – General Construction
Laing O'Rourke, Brisbane

 

STARS OF 2014 AWARDS: OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL COMMITMENT TO TRAINING EXCELLENCE
 
Sarina Russo Apprenticeships Award for Construction Indigenous Person of the Year
Khrysilla Backo, Porters Glass and Aluminium, Mackay


 

National Association of Women in Construction Award for Construction Female of the Year
Sandra Troughton, JPMI Pty Ltd, Cairns


 

Civil Contractors Federation Award for Construction Professional of the Year
Benjaman Crew, Central Queensland Plumbing, Rockhampton
 

Training & Assessment Mentor Award for Construction Trainer of the Year
Nuccio Monte, TAFE Queensland South West, Toowoomba


 

Laing O’Rourke Award for Construction Trainee of the Year
Clinton Bemish, Civil Mining and Construction, Gold Coast


 

Evolution Training Award for Construction Apprentice of the Year
Shaun Mayes, Skill360, Cairns
 

Judges' Outstanding Achievement Award
Nathan Morgan, The Service Trades College Australia, Brisbane