Award judges commended the team for their comprehensive and inclusive consultation with stakeholders in regard to the Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges project, particularly highlighting the effective and popular detours implemented during the ongoing construction phase.
Stakeholders were engaged early in the design process, ensuring that any concerns relating to Indigenous, ecological, economic, disability, recreation, and active transport were thoroughly addressed.
Zaneta Mascarenhas, Federal MP for Swan and Chair of the Parliamentary Friends of Cycling group, accepted the Award on behalf of the Causeway Link Alliance, which comprises Main Roads WA, Civmec, Seymour Whyte Constructions, and WSP Australia.
The $100 million project is forecast for completion in late 2024.
Click here for more information about Civmec’s role on the Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges Project.
Image Credit: Main Roads WA