Awards for Excellence
Concrete Institute of Australia was established to encourage the development of concrete technology and practice in Australia, and to foster improvements in the standard of concrete construction. To recognise the many significant contributions to these objectives and to publicise the many excellent examples of concrete structures erected in Australia each year, the Institute established a Biennial Awards Scheme in 1971.
(includes Building Projects and Engineering Projects)
(must have a significant Australian content)
(includes intellectual materials, physical materials, products for sale, and services
THE KEVIN CAVANAGH MEDAL
In 1991 the Council of Concrete Institute of Australia established the Kevin Cavanagh Medal
for Excellence in Concrete, which recognises an overall winner. This award will be judged from all National winners (excluding International Projects) in both projects and technology categories on the basis of being an outstanding contribution to the quality of concrete construction in Australia.
AWARD FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE USE OF CONCRETE
In 2008, the Council of the Concrete Institute of Australia established the Award for Environmentally Sustainable Use of Concrete
which recognises entries which demonstrate significant advances in environmental sustainability in concrete. This award will be judged from all relevant entries in both projects and technology categories (excluding International Projects). For this award, a recognised expert in ESD will be invited to assist the judging panel.