Twenty-one projects have been announced as finalists in the Queensland 2015 CCF Earth Awards.

The Civil Contractors Federation Queensland Branch (CCF QLD),Awards recognise excellence in civil construction across the state.
 
CCF QLD CEO Robert Row said: “Our Awards are designed to honour quality in construction management, environmental and social management and project management; and recognise the innovations being employed by contractors, as they deliver both public and private infrastructure in Queensland.
 
“The CCF Earth Awards are a celebration of the industry’s achievements, and are considered in very high repute among the industry.
 
“The calibre of entries in 2015 has been of a very high standard.
 
“I look forward to learning which projects and contractors will be honoured with a win at our state awards, and will advance to contest the national awards against other states and territories at the 2015 CCF Earth Awards final to be held in Melbourne, later this year,” Mr Row said.
 
And, the finalists are:
 
Category 1
Offaly Civil Engineering Pty Ltd – Gladstone Water Main
Concrib Pty Ltd – Varsity Lakes Stage 2, Reedy Creek – Geogrid Reinforced Crib Retaining Wall
JF Hull Holdings Pty Ltd – Bridge Strike Protection Project – Annerly Road
Boulder Wall Constructions & CSR Group Property – Brendale Connect North Stage 3
Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure – Mundubbera Raw Water Intake
 
 
Category 2
McIlwain Civil Engineering Pty Ltd – Milton Backflow Prevention Device
Doval Constructions (Qld) Ltd – Bicentennial Bikeway Upgrade – Stage 4
FKG Group – Hughenden Airport Restoration
Civil Mining & Construction Pty Ltd – South Burnett Regional Council, Timber Bridge Replacements
Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure – Gayndah Raw Water Intake
Civil Mining & Construction Pty Ltd – West Creek & Goggs Street, Toowoomba, Package 41
 
 Category 3
Fulton Hogan Construction – Maroon (Stage 1) and Moogerah Dam (Stage 1a) Upgrade Works
JPMI – Cairns Regional Council Sewer Pumps Program (CRCSPS Program)
York Civil Pty Ltd – Black Creek Diversion Channel
BMD Urban Pty Ltd – Blakeys Crossing Upgrade Project
 
 Category 4
Civil Mining & Construction Pty Ltd – North Burnett Regional Council NDRRA Restoration Works, North Package
Seymour Whyte Constructions – Toowoomba Range Remediation
Seymour Whyte Constructions – North Coast Batter Slope Stabilisation
 
 Category 5 and 6
Civil Mining & Construction Pty Ltd – Pacific Motorway Upgrade (Worongary to Mudgeeraba)
McConnell Dowell Constructors – Gold Coast Light Rail
City Projects Office, Brisbane City Council, BMD Constructions, SMEC Australia – Robinson Road Open Level Crossing Replacement
  
The Awards will take place on 21 August 2015 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

For more information, or to register, head to www.ccfqld.com

Congratulations and best of luck to all the finalists!