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ACAA 2017 Winner: Melbourne Port Capacity Project – Maritime Works

ACAA 2017 Winner: Melbourne Port Capacity Project – Maritime Works

The Port Capacity Project in Melbourne is a $1.6 billion upgrade that includes the redevelopment of Webb Dock to create a third international container handling facility alongside the development of a dedicated facility for automotive import-export trade.

McConnell Dowell was the Principal Contractor for the Maritime Works Package of the Port Capacity Project. Working within a live port environment this $400m project comprises the design and construction of improved marine infrastructure, including new and rehabilitated berth facilities, major dredging and upgraded navigation aids

2018 Finalists

2018 Finalists

Finalists for the 2018 Australian Construction Achievement Award were announced at the ACAA Launch event on Thursday 23 November 2017 at the Langham, Sydney. The winner of the highly prestigious 2018 Australian Construction Achievement Award will be announced at the black tie event in Melbourne

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2017 Winner

2017 Winner

The 2017 Australian Construction Achievement Award was held in Sydney on Thursday 4 May at the International Convention Centre, Sydney. At the black tie event the winner of the highly prestigious 2017 Australian Construction Achievement Award was announced. It was awarded to Port Capacity Project

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2017 Finalists

2017 Finalists

Finalists for the 2017 Australian Construction Achievement Award were announced at the ACAA Launch event on Thursday 24 November 2016 at the Lend Lease offices at Barangaroo Sydney. The winner of the highly prestigious 2017 Australian Construction Achievement Award will be announced at the black

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2016 Winner

2016 Winner

The 2016 Australian Construction Achievement Award was held in Perth on Thursday 26 May at the Crown Perth. At the black tie event the winner of the highly prestigious 2016 Australian Construction Achievement Award was announced. It was awarded to Moorebank Units Relocation Project by

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