The CCF Earth Awards recognise companies within the Victorian civil construction sector who have been involved in a project that demonstrates excellence and innovation in the fields of construction, project and environmental management, with a focus on:
- Project & Construction Management
- People Development & Training
SFPJV entered two projects into the 2021 awards ~ both qualified as finalists and one was a winner at both the State and National level!
Both the Victorian and National CCF Earth Award for project value between $10m-$30m was won by our Hawthorn Main Sewer Rehabilitation project. Delivered by SFPJV for Melbourne Water, this project involved the rehabilitation of a 116-year-old sewer network, undertaking the design, rehabilitation, and commissioning of a network of significantly aged critical assets. What a fantastic achievement for our team including: Matt Lyon, Louie Naldrett, James Season, Daniel Simpson, Allan Chick, Jenny Hiller & Dave Plunkett
Submission: Hawthorn Main Sewer Rehabilitation Delivered by SFPJV for Melbourne Water
This project involved the rehabilitation of a 116-year-old sewer network. undertaking the design, rehabilitation, and commissioning of a network of significantly aged critical assets.
- Rehabilitation of existing assets to achieve a 50 year design life.
- Ensuring that the rehabilitated asset had minimal effect on the capacity of the sewer.
- No reduction to the hydraulics capacity of the sewer network.
- Minimise the impact to a key stakeholders along the projects route.
Finalist in the VIC CCF Earth Award for project value between $5m-$10m.
Submission: ETP Large Scale Renewable Energy Land Rehabilitation Project Delivered by SFPJV for Melbourne Water
This land rehabilitation project was an early works package for a future solar farm at the Melbourne Water Eastern Treatment Plant and involved site cut to fill, import and placement of clay rich bio-solids and mudstone capping materials over a 42ha site.
The main requirements were:
- Complete bulk earthworks including drainage providing hardstand area for future solar farm across 42ha.
- Management of existing pipeline from construction loading.
- Use of clay rich bio-solids as fill material as use of ‘waste’ from sewage treatment process and provide space for future stockpiles.