Heffron Park Centre Scores Top Honour at 2024 NSW Engineering Excellence Awards

The Heffron Centre, the new home base for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Maroubra, clinched a prestigious award at the 2024 NSW Engineering Excellence Awards.

Photo Credit: Randwick City Council

Randwick City Council scooped up three accolades in total, showcasing its dedication to creating outstanding community facilities.

Approximately 40 Councils participated in the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) event held in April. Randwick Mayor Philipa Veitch expressed pride in Council’s staff, who were nominated for nine awards.

“Randwick Council was successful in winning three awards, including two of the major award categories,” she said.

Council Success

Team behind Heffron Centre
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Council’s win in the local government/public works category is a repeat performance, having won the same award last year for the Coogee Fallen Lifesavers Memorial. Mayor Veitch congratulated the staff involved in both the Heffron Centre and Fitzpatrick Park Playground projects, attributing the wins to their “skill, hard work, and commitment.”

Young Talent Shines

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Tatiana Castro-Cerneaz’s achievement as Young Engineer of the Year further highlights the council’s dedication to fostering talent. Mayor Veitch praised Castro-Cerneaz as an asset to both the council and the community.

With these wins, Randwick City Council has firmly established itself as a leader in developing and delivering high-quality facilities that benefit the entire community.

Published Date 21-May-2024