Wagners CFT project wins innovation award

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Wagners CFT project wins innovation award

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Wagners CFT project wins innovation award - Nov 09 2018

The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) NSW held their 2018 Engineering Excellence Awards on 8 November where Coffs Harbour City Council received the award for Minister for Local Government’s Award for Innovation in Local Government Engineering as part of the Jetty4Shores Stages 2-4 revitalisation project. 

Wagners CFT played a significant role in the Jetty4Shores revitalisation project and are honoured to receive recognition for our contribution.

The awards gala featured as part of the two-day annual State Conference in the Hunter Valley where we had an information booth (with plenty of guaranteed foot traffic next to the coffee cart!) speaking to local government and infrastructure owners.

Congratulations Coffs Harbour City Council and CFT!

 

About the Jetty4Shores revitalisation project:

The $9.2 M Coffs Harbour Jetty4Shores Stages 2-4 revitalisation project resolves challenges and beach erosion and drainage while showcasing the city’s harbour side precinct. Works include underground power, covered stage, major drainage, beach erosion control works, shared pathways, accessible amenities, beach showers, picnic shelters, car parks, a boardwalk, beach promenade with wheelchair access to Jetty beach, landscaping, outdoor exercise equipment and public art. IPWEA NSW members were key members of the project team involved in the construction, project management, and design and construction management throughout the project. Construction was in collaboration with AJ Civil.