The CCF Earth Awards recognise companies within the Victorian civil sector who have been involved in a project that demonstrates excellence and innovation in the fields of construction, project and environmental management. JAYDO were thrilled to be the winner of two awards at the 2018 Victorian CCF Awards for the Lance Creek Water Connection project and the Dromana Sewer Rising Main project.
JAYDO won the category of project value $10m-$30m for the Lance Creek Water Connection project for South Gippsland Water. The project totalled over 30km of pipeline and traversed over 100 private properties through the hills of Victoria’s South Gippsland region. This project provides security of water supply to the South Gippsland northern and southern regions with a supplementary supply from the Melbourne Water supply grid.
The JAYDO, Zinfra and WSP (ZJW) Joint Venture won the category of project value $2m-$5m for the Dromana Sewer Rising Main Renewals for South East Water. This project involved the renewal of three deteriorating sewage rising mains at Dromana and Safety Beach. All three rising mains had experienced failure in recent years and renewal of these rising mains ensured South East Water could continue to meet the needs of the local population in the future.
Both awards were a great acknowledgement of the hard working, innovative and collaborative approach taken by the JAYDO and ZJW Project teams.