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Heffron Centre wins top prize at NSW Engineering Excellence Awards

The Heffron Centre, the newly established home for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Maroubra and owned by Randwick City Council, has been awarded the top prize at the 2024 NSW Engineering Excellence Awards.

This prestigious accolade recognizes outstanding engineering projects and innovative solutions that demonstrate excellence in design, sustainability, and community impact.

As the project managers, Bridge42 is proud to have played a key role in the delivery of this cutting-edge project. The Heffron Centre’s recognition is a testament to the exceptional collaboration and hard work between Randwick City Council and the project team. This project exemplifies the highest standards of engineering practice and has made a significant positive impact on the local community and the broader engineering sector.

The NSW Engineering Excellence Awards are highly regarded within the engineering community, celebrating projects that push the boundaries of innovation and contribute to the advancement of the field. The Heffron Centre’s success in securing this top honor underscores its role as a benchmark for excellence in the industry.

Congratulations to Randwick City Council for this incredible achievement, and a big thank you to everyone involved in making the Heffron Centre a reality.

Main Project Partners:

  • Randwick City Council  (Client)
  • South Sydney Rabbitohs (Main Tenant)
  • Belgravia Leisure (Tenant)
  • Bridge42 (Project Manager & Superintendent – Andrew Durkin, Nick Allen, Luke Brunner, Joanna Tritton)
  • CO-OP Studio (Principal Design Consultant and Architect)
  • ADCO Constructions (Contractor)
  • RLB (Quantity Surveyor)


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