Award for Crothers

CROTHERS Construction, the Geraldton builder behind the $7.5 million Shark Bay World Heritage Interpretive Centre in Denham, has been recognised with an excellence in construction award by the Master Builders Association of WA. The $4 million building, designed by architect John Nichols of Woodhead International, houses a permanent exhibition of the rich history of indigenous and European culture and diverse habitats of the Shark Bay region. Crothers Construction managing director David Crothers said the company was thrilled with the award and had a further seven major projects in the pipeline in the coming year, from Perth to Geraldton and Exmouth. He said Crothers had already begun construction of the Fire & Emergency Authority’s new $1.34 million Geraldton office, to be completed by March 2007. In other MBA accolades for the Denham project, Woodhead International and project engineer Kellogg Brown & Root won the category of excellence in energy efficiency for the use of design and incorporation of energy efficiency elements.

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