Major contractors awarded at 2019 Infrastructure Sustainability Awards

The ISCA Infrastructure Sustainability Awards recognise Australia’s top leaders and and projects implementing infrastructure sustainability.

Held at The Aviary at Crown Towers in Melbourne on the 17th October 2019 major winners included the level crossing removal project, CPB Contractors and Transport for NSW.

The seven awards look to celebrate leaders actively driving progress in the infrastructure sector. With certificates also presented to teams and individuals delivering better cultural, social, environmental and economic benefits through infrastructure.

Each year the conference explores how the industry can adapt to meet the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals.

The full list of winners is as follows:

THE INDIVIDUAL LEADERSHIP IN INFRASTRUCTURE SUSTAINABILITY AWARD

  • This award recognises the individual who best exhibits the most outstanding performance, leadership and greatest contribution to advancing infrastructure sustainability in Australasia throughout the past year.

WINNER: Rebecca Hendy (McConnell Dowell)

THE EMERGING YOUNG LEADERSHIP IN INFRASTRUCTURE SUSTAINABILITY AWARD

  • This award recognises the young individual who best exhibits the most outstanding performance, leadership and greatest contribution to advancing infrastructure sustainability in Australasia throughout the past year.

WINNER: Jaclyn Fathers (Lendlease)

THE IS INNOVATION AND IMPACT AWARD

  • This award recognises the infrastructure sustainability (IS) project or asset that exhibits the most outstanding implementation of an innovative practice/s and/or has made a significant positive impact socially, environmentally or economically. This is awarded to the IS certified or registered project/asset with the most notable innovation initiative/activity relative to the scale of the project. Innovation is the creation of better or more effective products, processes, services, technologies, or ideas that are accepted by markets, governments, and society.

WINNER: Level Crossing Removal Project (Caulfield to Dandenong) – for its people-centred integrated approach to implementing social, economic and environmental pillars of sustainability.

THE ORGANISATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN INFRASTRUCTURE SUSTAINABILITY AWARD (PRIVATE SECTOR)

  • This award recognises the organisation that exhibits the most outstanding performance, leadership and greatest contribution to advancing infrastructure sustainability in Australasia.

WINNER: CPB Contractors

THE ORGANISATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN INFRASTRUCTURE SUSTAINABILITY AWARD (PUBLIC SECTOR)

  • This category recognises the organisation that exhibits the most outstanding performance, leadership and greatest contribution to advancing infrastructure sustainability in Australasia.

WINNER: Transport for NSW

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN INFRASTRUCTURE SUSTAINABILITY AWARD (DESIGN)

  • Recognises the IS project which achieved the highest Design IS Rating score over the last 12 months.

WINNER: Sydney Metro City & Southwest Tunnel and Station Excavation Works

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN INFRASTRUCTURE SUSTAINABILITY AWARD (AS BUILT)

  • Recognises the IS Project which achieved the highest As Built IS Rating score over the last 12 months.

WINNER: Northlink WA Southern Section


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