CCF recognises BMD boss

Posted July 24, 2015

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Award winner Paul Fogarty with CCF Queensland president Damian Long. Photo: Michael Warrington

BMD Constructions national general manager – infrastructure, Paul Fogarty, has been honoured for his role as an industry leader by Civil Contractors Federation Queensland.

Mr Fogarty won the President’s Award at CCF Queensland’s recent 2015 Industry Leaders and Training Awards – an event that recognises the industry’s top trainees, apprentices and employers.

Mr Fogarty is a past CCF Queensland president who helped launch the Doorways-2-Civil Construction Program in collaboration with Construction Skills Queensland.

The awards also recognised Michael Pipe from Shamrock Civil Engineering with an individual award for outstanding commitment to training and skill development.

Civil Mining and Construction won the employer award for that category, while Ray Onuk from Civil Unlimited was named as trainee/apprentice of the year.

Other winners included: Joseph Whitney – Coops Drainage & Civil (trainee/apprentice encouragement award), Jemma Everett – Kirwan State High School (Certificate II Resources and infrastructure work preparation trainee of the year), Joseph Herbert – Dormway (Certificate III civil construction – pipe laying trainee of the year).

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