Awards

Below are some of the awards McConnell Dowell has received.

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  • AUS
  • NZ
  • Australian Aviation Ground Safety Council (AAGSC) award

    McConnell Dowell

    For work on the Melbourne Airport PUGs project.

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    • AUS
  • Technology-led innovation

    McConnell Dowell Mastermyne Joint Venture

    MDMJV won at the prestigious Queensland 2016 Mining Contractor Awards last week for their technology-led innovation at Anglo American’s flagship Grosvenor mine.

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  • Laureate

    Malcom McConnell

    McConnell Dowell co-founder, the late Malcolm McConnell, is considered a “pioneer of New Zealand’s modern engineering industry”.

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    • NZ
  • CCNZ Auckland Branch Awards 2016

    CCNZ Auckland Branch Awards 2016

    Winner, Outstanding Individual of the Year

    Greg Wichman, Project Manager, New Zealand

    Greg’s award-winning qualities include a particular talent for binding the client, contractor and project stakeholders into a cohesive and collaborative team.

    • NZ
  • CCNZ Auckland Branch Awards 2016

    CCNZ Auckland Branch Awards 2016

    Merit, Young Engineer of the the Year

    Grant Maclean, Project Engineer, New Zealand

    This award recognises the person who demonstrates leadership qualities and a well-rounded character, excels in their career and contributes to the community.

    • NZ
  • Winner, Projects between NZ272M and M in value

    Waitaki Dam Erosion Remediation, New Zealand

    A NZM, four-year refurbishment project to repair the gradual erosion of embankments and do seismic and flood protection work around the site.

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    • NZ
  • Life Membership

    Joe Edwards, Operations Manager, New Zealand

    For services to CCNZ including 13 years' service on the National Executive, including two years as President.

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    • NZ
  • Winner

    Automated Hydro Excavation Robot

    Risky hand held lancing in a confined space can be avoided with the use of an automated robotic hydro excavation tool.

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    • NZ
  • CCNZ Canterbury Branch Awards 2015

    CCNZ Canterbury Branch Awards 2015

    Winner, Contractor of the Year

    McConnell Dowell

    Awarded to the contractor considered by the judges to have the best all-round performance in the Christchurch region.

    • NZ
  • CCNZ Canterbury Branch Awards 2015

    CCNZ Canterbury Branch Awards 2015

    Winner, Innovation Award

    Waitaki Dam Erosion Remediation, New Zealand

    The methodology and design of this erosion remediation work at Meridian Energy’s Waitaki Dam and Power Station included several firsts in New Zealand.

    • NZ
  • Winner, Emerging Leader

    Chris Ashton, Tunnel Construction Manager, New Zealand

    Chris has developed his leadership skills and tunnelling, engineering and management experience on large scale infrastructure projects including the Waterview Connection in Auckland.

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    • NZ
  • Hirepool Construction Excellence Awards 2015

    Hirepool Construction Excellence Awards 2015

    Winner, Category 3, For projects between 5-30M

    Waitaki River Bridge Replacement, New Zealand

    This project included strong stakeholder partnership and a design developed for its low maintenance benefits and improved safety during construction.

    • NZ
  • Winner, Outstanding Individual of the Year

    Iain Simmonds, Construction Director, New Zealand

    Iain is a well respected leader in the construction industry who demonstrates construction expertise, dedication to quality, planning, training and safety.

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    • NZ
  • Winner, Industry Inspirational Shining Star

    Kimberly Jupp, Project Engineer, New Zealand

    The award recognised Kimberley's contribution in empowering women within the Infrastructure sector and attracting women to the industry.

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    • NZ
  • IPWEA Awards 2015

    IPWEA Awards 2015

    Winner, Public Works Project of the Year Medal

    Lower Hatea River Crossing, New Zealand

    The iconic Lower Hatea River Crossing bridge provided the city with a critical road network link and and contributed work worth at least m to local businesses.

    • NZ