Victorian NECA Awards 2008
The 2008 Victorian NECA Excellence Awards were held on 8 August to recognise the high quality of work carried out by Victorian electrotechnology contractors in the last 12 months. Encouraging and rewarding excellence and professionalism within the industry, the awards program demonstrates the significant achievements of the industry — both among members and apprentices.
Philip Green, NECA Victoria CEO, said: “The number of Excellence Award entries is growing as members realise the value of these awards, not only to the reputation of their business but also to their staff, who appreciate this recognition of the pride they take in their work.
“Our passion is our projects. These awards give us a chance to recognise the people who have made outstanding contributions to their companies and our contractors who have taken on particularly challenging projects and executed them well.”
Judging criteria include quality of work on project, management systems, technical innovation and work practices including OHS and training.
The winners are eligible for the national awards, to be held in Sydney on 14 November 2008.
The Victorian winners were:
– Winner: Dinnage Electrics for private residence
– Certificate of Commendation: Urban Intelligence for private residence
- Small Contracting Business:
– Winner: ATS-Australian Technical Services for Gippsland Medical School, Churchill campus, Monash University
– Certificate of Commendation: PSE Communication & Electrical for ‘The Company’
- Environment and Energy Efficiency:
– Winner: Watters Electrical for Epsom Recycled Water
– Certificate of Commendation: O’Donnell Griffin for Regenerative Thermal Oxidiser, Toyota
- Occupational Health and Safety:
– Winner: Downer EDI Engineering Electrical for Safety Leadership Training
– Winner: Downer EDI Engineering Electrical for Baked Anode Sustainability for Alcoa, Point Henry
- Voice/Data Small project
– Winner: Fire Solutions for Upgrade of fire detection systems and interface controls, 385 Bourke Street, Melbourne
- Voice/Data Large project:
– Winner: DESA Australia for Department of Infrastructure, Melbourne
- Commercial Small project:
– Winner: Rutledge Engineering for audio refurbishment at St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne
- Commercial Medium project:
– Winner: Downer EDI Engineering Electrical for MCC National Sports Museum
– Certificate of Commendation: Race Industries for Caroline Springs Library and Civic Centre
- Commercial Large project:
– Winner: Apps Electrics for new Jayco factories, Dandenong South
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