VEC shines at the Tasmanian CCF Awards


VEC Civil Engineering (VEC) has received exceptional recognition at the recent Tasmanian Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) Earth and State Awards gala event, taking out two Awards and receiving three finalist nominations.

VEC took out the State Winner Category 4 Award (project value $10 to $30 million) for their Tasmanian Highway East Derwent Highway Interchange Roadworks project and the Commitment to Training and Skills Development (Employer) Award.

VEC also received three finalist nominations for;

  • Equipment Operator of the Year: Keith Lee,
  • Category 2 (project value $1 to $5 million) for their Slip and Bank Stabilisation Rock Cutting program of work for the Tasmanian Department of State Growth, and
  • Category 3 (project value $5 to $10 million) for their Upper Ringarooma Irrigation Scheme project for Tasmanian Irrigation.

“Being recognised by our industry for the work we deliver and the importance we place on the training and development of our people is something special, and these Awards reflect the outstanding work of our team,” said Lincoln Bromwich, General Manager, VEC Civil Engineering.

CCF Tasmania’s Earth and State Awards and Gala Dinner is an annual event which celebrates the achievements and successes of Tasmania’s Civil Contracting businesses and their employees. As winner of the Category 4 State Award, VEC will be representing Tasmania at the National CCF Earth Awards in Canberra – which will be held in October.


Pictured left to right, Andrew Fowler, Senior Project Manager, Tasmanian Department of State Growth; Daniel Longey, Project Manager, VEC; Lincoln Bromwich, General Manager, VEC & Jo Varley, Membership Manager and Strategic Support VIC/TAS, Dial Before You Dig (Photo courtesy of CCF Tasmania)