Awards

Guideline ACT is recognised for its ability to deliver technically complex projects to a high standard. This recognition is reflected in the number of awards the company has received for excellence in construction, delivery of technically difficult projects, environmentally sensitive projects and its contribution to its workforce. Guideline ACT takes pride in receiving the following awards:
  • Excellence in Building and Construction Industry Award 2018 – Master Builders Awards, Category Winner – Civil Hydraulic – IWC East
  • Constitution Avenue Upgrade was awarded the ACT’s most prestigious architectural award the Canberra Medallion and the Sir John Overall Award for Urban Design at the 2017 Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Architecture Awards
  • CCF Earth Awards, 2017, ACT Branch (Category 5) – Constitution Avenue Upgrade
  • CCF Earth Awards, 2017, ACT Branch (Category 3) – Cravens Creek Water Quality Control Pond
  • Excellence in Building and Construction Industry Award 2016 – Master Builders and CBUS Awards, Winner – Civil Work Health and Safety – Constitution Avenue Upgrade
  • Excellence in Building and Construction Industry Award 2016 – Master Builders and CBUS Awards, Judges Commendation – Civil Other – Bulk Goods Warehouse
  • Excellence in Building and Construction Industry Award 2015 – Master Builders and CBUS Awards, Category Winner – Civil Hydraulic – Bulk Water Offtake
  • Excellence in Building and Construction Industry Award 2015 – Master Builders and CBUS Awards, Category Winner – Bridgework – John Gorton Drive Stage 1D
  • Excellence in Building and Construction Industry Award 2015 – Master Builders and CBUS Awards, Judges Commendation – Civil Roadworks – John Gorton Drive Stage 1D
  • CCF Earth Awards, 2015, ACT Branch (Category 4) – John Gorton Drive Stage 1D
  • Excellence in Building and Construction Industry Award 2014 – Master Builders and CBUS Awards, Category Winner – Civil Work, Health and Safety
  • Excellence in Building Award 2013 – Master Builders and CBUS Awards, Canberra Branch, Category Winner – Youth Participation and Training
  • CCF Earth Awards, 2011, ACT Branch (Category 1)- Narrabundah Ball Park Upgrade
  • Excellence in Building Award 2011 – Master Builders & Boral Awards, Canberra Branch, Civil Works $5million to $20million – Flemington Road Duplication
  • Excellence in Building Award 2011 – Master Builders & Boral Awards, Canberra Branch, Civil Works $1million to $5million – GDE Stage 2 Duplication, Bridges Ginninderra Drive to Ellenborough Street
  • Excellence in Building Award 2011 – Master Builders & Boral Awards, Canberra Branch, Civil Works less than $1million – Narrabundah Ballpark Upgrade
  • Project of the Year Award 2008 – Master Builders & Boral Awards, Canberra Branch – Gungahlin Drive Extension Packages A and B
  • Excellence in Building Award 2008 – Master Builders & Boral Awards, Canberra Branch, Civil Works $1million to $4million – Thoroughbred Park Reconstruction
  • Case Earth Awards, 2005 ACT Branch – Category 3 Winner – Construction Excellence – Googong Water Treatment Plant Stage 2
  • Case Earth Awards 2004 ACT Branch – Category 2 Winner – Construction Excellence – Athllon Drive Duplication – Drakeford Drive to Reed Street
  • Excellence in Building Award 2004 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works >$2million – Athllon Drive Duplication – Drakeford Drive to Reed Street
  • National Civil / Infrastructure Award 2003 $10million to $20million – Master Builders Australia – Googong Water Treatment Plant Stage 2
  • National Civil / Infrastructure Award 2003 Under $10million – Master Builders Australia – Bendora Dam Bridge Strengthening
  • Excellence in Building Award 2003 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works >$2million Merit Award – Monaro Highway Duplication – Newcastle Street to Dairy Road
  • Excellence in Building Award 2003 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works <$750,000 – Bendora Dam Bridge Strengthening
  • National Building Environment & Energy Efficiency Award 2003 – Master Builders of Australia, Civil – Open Category – Bendora Dam Bridge Strengthening
  • National Case Earth Awards, 2003 Environment Excellence – Category 1 Winner – Bendora Dam Bridge Strengthening
  • Case Earth Awards, 2003 ACT Branch – Category 1 Winner Environmental Award – Bendora Dam Bridge Strengthening
  • Excellence in Building Award 2003 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Environmental Best Practice Civil Division – Bendora Dam Bridge Strengthening
  • Excellence in Building Award 2001 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works Subcontractor – Collocated Staff Colleges, Weston
  • Excellence in Building Award 2001 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works, Project Exhibiting Technical Difficulty – Lower Molonglo Water Quality Control Centre
  • Excellence in Building Award 2001 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works, $0.75m – $2.0m Merit Award – Braddon/Ainsley Stormwater
  • Excellence in Building Award 2000 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works, $0.75m – $2.0m – Northbourne Avenue/Antill St/Mouat St Intersection Improvements
  • Excellence in Building Award 2000 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works Project Exhibiting Technical Difficulty – Cotter Dam Remedial Works
  • Excellence in Building Award 2000 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Environmental Best Practice Civil Division – Cotter Dam Remedial Works
  • National Resource Efficiency Award 2000 – Master Builders of Australia, Civil – Open Category, Environmental Commendation – Cotter Dam Remedial Works
  • Case Earth Awards, 2000 ACT Branch – Environmental Category 2 Winner – Cotter Dam Remedial Works
  • Excellence in Building Award 1999 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works $0.5 – $1.5m – Corin Dam Remedial Works
  • Case Earth Awards, 1999 ACT Branch – Special Environmental Commendation – Corin Dam Remedial Works
  • Case Earth Awards, 1999 ACT Branch – Environmental Category 1 Winner – Rehabilitation of Mugga No 1 Quarry
  • Excellence in Building Award 1998 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works $0.5 – $1.5m – William Slim Drive Intersection improvements
  • Excellence in Building Award 1996 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works over $1.0m – Lower Molonglo Water Quality Control Centre Bypass Structures
  • Excellence in Building Award 1995 – Master Builders Association, Canberra Branch, Civil Works under $1.0m – City East Bus Bays and Taxi Passenger Facilities, Allara St. Canberra
  • CCF Earth Awards, 2018, ACT Branch – OZHELP Award for outstanding ongoing commitment to providing education, health and wellbeing support
  • Excellence in Building and Construction Industry Award 2017 – Master Builders Awards, Winner – Civil – Road Works – Constitution Avenue Upgrade Engineering Excellence Award 1993 – Institute of Engineers Australia, Canberra Branch – Eastern Parkway Flood Way Bridges, Dairy Flat ACT