Awards

Awards

Cord Civil | leaders in civil contracting

MAY 2022 | CCF Earth Award Winner

Cord Civil and Calibre Group have been announced as the winners of the 2022 CCF Earth Awards Project value $5 million to $10 million for Canberra Brickworks Precinct Access Road & Dudley Street Upgrade | more project details

APRIL 2022 | CCF Earth Awards – Finalists

Three Cord Civil projects have been named as finalists in the 2022 CCF Earth Awards ACTHeysen Street Link Path Stage 3 Construction Project in the ‘Project value up to $2 million’ category, Page Stormwater Augmentation Project in the ‘Project value $2 million to $5 million’ category and Canberra Brickworks Precinct Access Road & Dudley Street Upgrade (with Calibre Group) for the ‘Project value $5 million to $10 million’ category. The award winning projects will be announced in early May, 2022.

Heysen Street Link Path
Stage 3 Construction Project

Finalist
: 2022 CCF Earth Awards
Category: Project value up to $2 million

Page Stormwater Augmentation Project
Finalist
: 2022 CCF Earth Awards
Category: Project value $2 million to $5 million

Canberra Brickworks Precinct Access Road
& Dudley Street Upgrade

Finalist
: 2022 CCF Earth Awards
Category: Project value $5 million to $10 million

2021 | Master Builders and Asset Construction Hire Excellence Awards

2021 Master Builders and Asset Construction Hire Excellence Awards | Civil

Civil Cycle Path
Winner: Cord Civil for Belconnen Bikeway Construction Stage 1 & 2

“This project included the construction of a new 4.7km cycle path as part of the Belconnen Town Centre Active Travel Plan. The team conducted soft and hard landscaping works and built a new 200m two-tiered stone retaining wall. The project required extensive traffic management and significant intersection modifications including a full upgrade and modernisation to the existing intersection. The underlying gravel was reclaimed and used in pavement areas throughout the project. The team collaborated with the Belconnen Men’s Shed to donate over 1,000 steel posts to rural communities affected by bushfires.” | more | award

2021 Master Builders and Asset Construction Hire Excellence Awards | Civil

Civil Hydraulic
Winner: Cord Civil for Crace Odour Control & Ventilation Works

“This project involved relocating the existing sewer odour control facility and the construction of a new fan house building at the base of Percival Hill. The team also delivered a new 600m glass reinforced pipe that extends 400m up the hill to the new vent stack. The team diligently adhered to the project specific Construction Environment Management Plan to ensure all fauna and their habitats in the Nature Reserve were undisturbed. Another impressive action taken by the team was to reuse the onsite spoil for reshaping the pipe alignment, which also saved over 125 truck movements from disturbing the site.” | more | award

Master Builders ACT 2021 CCF Earth Awards

Project value up to $2 million
Winner: Cord Civil for Norse Road & Railway Street Intersection Upgrade

Master Builders ACT 2021 CCF Earth Awards

Project value $2 million to $5 million
Winner: Cord Civil for Crace Odour Control & Ventilation Works

Master Builders ACT 2021 CCF Earth Awards

Project value $5 million to $10 million
Winner: Cord Civil for Belconnen Bikeway Construction Stage 1 & 2

Master Builders ACT 2021 CCF Earth Awards

Outstanding ACT Government Project
Winner: Cord Civil for Belconnen Bikeway Construction Stage 1 & 2

2019 | Master Builders Building Excellence Awards

June 2019 | Cord Civil was awarded the 2019 Building Excellence Award | Civil – Subdivision for Gungahlin Town Centre Infrastructure.

Master Builders Building Excellence Awards 2018

June 2018 | Dickson Bus Station was awarded the MBA Award for Civil – Roadworks.
Downer Sewer Relocation Project was awarded a Judges’ Commendation for Civil – Hydraulic.

ACT Branch CCF Earth Awards – Winner – Category 2

May 2018 | Cord Civil was awarded the 2018 ACT Branch CCF Award Category 2 – Project Value $2 Million to $6 Million for the Dickson Bus Station – Civil Construction Project.

2018 ACT Branch CCF Earth Awards | Nominated Projects

Moncrieff Pedestrian Bridge

Relocation of Existing Sewer Main | Downer

2016 | ACT Branch CCF Earth Awards – Winner – Category 1

Cord Civil was awarded the 2016 ACT Branch CCF AWard Category 1 – project value up to $1 million for Sullivan’s Creek Weir Improvement

2016 ACT Branch CCF AWard
Category: 1 – project value up to $1 million
For: Sullivan’s Creek Weir Improvement

2015 | MBA award for Civil Roadworks

Cord Civil was awarded the 2015 Master Builders award for Civil Roadworks for the Cotter Road and Streeton Drive Upgrade.

2015 Master Builders & CBUS Awards
Category : Civil Roadworks
For: Cotter Road and Streeton Drive Upgrade

Cotter Road and Streeton Drive Upgrade
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2014 | MBA (ACT) Build the Community Award

Cord Civil was awarded the 2014 MBA (ACT) Build the Community Award for our outstanding contribution to the Boundless All Abilities Playground.

Cord in the community

2014
CCF Earth Award | Winner

ACT Civil Contractors Federation annual Earth Awards
Category : ACT Category 02 (project value between $1 – $5 million)
For: Narrabundah Velodrome Upgrade

2014
Master Builders & CBUS Awards | Winner

Master Builders & CBUS Awards
Category : Civil Roadworks
For: Belconnen to City Transit Way Stage 2 – College Street Sector

2013
CCF Earth Award | Winner

ACT Civil Contractors Federation annual Earth Awards
Category : ACT Category 03
For: Belconnen to City Transitway

2012
Master Builders & Boral Award | Winner

Master Builders & Boral Awards
Category
: Civil Roadworks
For: Ginninderra Drive and Aikman Drive Intersection Upgrade

2011
Master Builders & Boral Award | Merit

Master Builders & Boral Awards
Category : Civil Projects $1M – $5M
For: Ginninderra Drive / Allawoona Street Upgrade

Australian Mint

2009
CCF Earth Awards | Winner

ACT Civil Contractors Federation annual Earth Awards
Category:
Category 1 (project value up to $1 million)
For: Royal Australian Mint Tunnel, Deakin ACT

awards - Australian Mint

2009
MBA Civil Construction Award

MBA Australian Capital Territory
Category:
Civil Project less than $1m
For:
Royal Australian Mint Tunnel, Deakin ACT