Save the date: ACA Award winners to be announced soon

Multiplex won the 2018 ACAA for the design and construction of the Stadium and Stadium Park in Western Australia.
Multiplex won the 2018 ACAA for the design and construction of the Optus Stadium and Stadium Park in Western Australia.

For the first time in its 24 year history, winners of the Australian Construction Achievement Award (ACAA) will be announced online on Thursday 26 August at 4:30pm AEST.

Created by the Australian Constructors Association (ACA) and Engineers Australia, ACAA recognises and rewards the best construction projects, delivered by the nation’s very leading construction companies.

With the ACAA 2020 postponed due to COVID-19, the winners of both the 2020 and the 2021 ACAA will be announced on the same night.

Here’s a look at the finalists:

The 2020 finalists:

  • Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project Caulfield to Dandenong (CTD Alliance)
  • Clarence Correctional Centre (John Holland)
  • Darlington Upgrade Project Adelaide (Gateway South)
  • New Museum of WA (Multiplex)
  • Newcastle Light Rail Fixed Instructure (Downer EDI)
  • Sydney Metro Northwest Rouse Hill to Chatswood (Northwest Rapid Transit)

The 2021 finalists:

  • Australia 108 (Multiplex Constructions)
  • Bruce Highway Upgrade, Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway (Fulton Hogan Seymour Whyte Joint Venture)
  • Pacific Highway Upgrade, Woolgoolga to Ballina Section 2A – Wells Crossing to Glenugie (ACCIONA)
  • Zero Cost Energy Future (Enerven)

The award would not be possible without the support of industry partners Caterpillar, Cbus Super Fund, Holcim, Infrabuild and Oracle Construction and Engineering.

To find out more, visit: https://acaa.net.au/


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