27 June 2013

Success at the Civil Contractors Federation Awards

The Northern Territory team celebrated a number of finalists and winners in the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) awards, at a ceremony held on 21 June 2013. BMD proudly acknowledges the three finalists and congratulates Jackson Risk who was awarded the winner of the ‘Indigenous Trainee of the Year’. BMD is committed to equal opportunities in the workplace and has an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Participation Policy and currently employs Indigenous workers on a number of projects. Please find a full list of finalists and winners below:

  • Jackson Risk – Awarded the ‘Indigenous Trainee’;
  • Warwick Risk – Finalist for the ‘Rae Snodgrass Apprentice of the Year’;
  • Anthony Mitchell – Finalist for the ‘First Year Apprentice of the Year’; and
  • Sean Maloney – Finalist for the ‘NT Mature Age Achiever’.


BMD is a national group of companies engaged in engineering design, construction and land development for clients and partners in the urban development, transport infrastructure and resources and energy sectors.

Since 1979, BMD has employed a relationship based business model founded on certainty, collaboration and performance.

With approximately 1,500 staff throughout Australia, BMD has the resources and experience to deliver projects ranging in size from $1 million to over $1 billion and is currently ranked 43rd in the 2012 BRW’s Top 500 Private Companies list.


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