MIRRAT and its construction partner CPB have won the Leadership in Infrastructure Sustainability category at this week’s Sustainability in Infrastructure Awards which were held on Sydney’s Darling Island.
The award recognises the project/asset that exhibits the most outstanding leadership and greatest contribution to advancing infrastructure sustainability in Australasia.
The ceremony also saw MIRRAT officially handed it IS Excellent rating for “Design” and “As Built”.
MIRRAT are committed to sustainable operations and it is hoped this award highlights what can be achieved with smart design and a collaborative approach.
Managing Director of MIRRAT, Paul Hand, said “it is an outstanding effort. We have an ambition to be the global benchmark in terminal sustainability and this is another step towards this goal” he continued “we are very proud to have had such dedicated partners on this project, who believed in our sustainability vision and worked hard to make it possible”.
CPB Contractors' Executive General Manager Vic/SA/Tas Rod Heale agreed. "This award is testament to the partnership between MIRRAT and CPB Contractors on this project. Great infrastructure sustainability outcomes can be achieved when the client has a clear vision and then works collaboratively with industry to achieve it."
For more information about MIRRAT, please visit www.mirrat.com.au
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More about MIRRAT
A wholly owned Australian incorporated subsidiary of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Terminal Holdings AS (WWTH) and is part of a broader infrastructure portfolio of 14 terminals owned, operated
and/or invested in by WWTH. MIRRAT’s “phase 1” facility located in Port Melbourne, Australia feature 4,800 automotive laydown bays, 20,000 sqm of heavy duty hardstand, two quarantine wash bays, 120t gantry crane, and dedicated inspection zones. The facility opened in April 2016 and has been designed to handle 1,000,000 units annually when at full configuration.
Jed Smith, Head of Commercial & Stakeholder Management
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