Awards & Accreditations


2023 CCNZ Category B Winner - Whiteman’s Road Railway Crossing 

This project was a tricky bulk water asset renewal project, rich with risks and challenges such as working within a rail corridor, major arterial routes and working through the grounds of a school -and outside a shopping centre to name a few.

We’re proud of how we overcame these challenges to make the project a success. With excellent and experienced leadership at all phases of the project, translating good planning - and some dynamic problem-solving - into good delivery. It was especially great to be recognised in such a strong field of projects from across the region.

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2022 CCNZ Category C Winner - Featherston, Whitmore and Bowen Streets Rising Main Upgrade

We rose to the challenge to successfully complete this complex, critical and high-profile project working with our friends at Stantec installing a new rising main in the busy CBD.

We brought our best to the collaborative approach that underpinned the project's success. Smart engineering and construction including initiatives like pipe ramming delivered to a high standard around a list of constraints and risks associated with working in the city’s CBD. Our team and relationships have grown and improved through this project. Winning the award is the icing on the cake.

Award submission





Special Certificate of Recognition from Wellington City Council 2019

We were proud to be part of the team of contractors who responded to an emergency with Wellington’s wastewater network over the Christmas break 2019. And we were happy for our contribution to be recognised by Wellington City Council and Wellington Water.

CCNZ Image Award 2019

This award is voted for by the members of CCNZ Wellington & Wairarapa and is coveted by every contractor in the region. The region has an enormously strong group of excellent contractors and to be recognised by our peers in that field is incredible.

This award, like every award, is testament to the hard work of all our people aiming to excel at what they do.

CCNZ John Carson Memorial Health & Safety Award 2019

The judges presented this award based on both of our submissions – Moir St Stormwater Culvert Emergency Repairs and Victoria St & Waterloo Quay Wastewater Renewals. They said that the company’s commitment to excellent health & safety practices shone through and were particularly impressed with the way we engaged all of our people in the health and safety process.

Award Submission


CCNZ Best Project Award - Victoria St & Waterloo Quay Wastewater Renewals

This project presented so many different challenges including:

  • Significant Design Change
  • Unexpected Operational Issues
  • Consenting issues
  • Significant Dewatering
  • Unforeseen Ground Conditions
  • Traffic Management and working with the RCA
  • Dewatering and the dewatering consent

We were proud of our achievements on overcoming these challenges and delivering a quality product. To win an award for our efforts felt like the icing on the cake.

Award Submission


CCNZ Best Project Award 2018 - The Terrace Sewer & Stormwater Renewals

In 2018 we completed a challenging renewal project on the Terrace in Wellington’s CBD. The project was complex and high profile – we knew going into it that we would have to bring our best game to succeed. But we also knew that the project played to our strengths with elements of innovative trenchless installation and difficult excavation work around congested underground services.

The team on site performed excellently and this award represents all their hard work and effort.

Award Submission


CCNZ John Carson Memorial Health & Safety Award 2015 for the Three Waters Diversions on the Johnsonville Transport Improvements Project

This project was part of a broader scheme to improve transport in the centre of Johnsonville. Our scope included diversions of the Stormwater, Wastewater and Potable Water infrastructure to facilitate the work.

The judges were impressed by the way we candidly described health and safety challenges on the project and the action that we had taken to overcome them. Our attitude to health and safety is that we need to have open and honest discussions at all levels of the business to ensure we do everything that we can to protect our people and anyone else affected by our activities. We are grateful to the judges and CCNZ for the mature way that they approached and evaluated our submission.