Aurecon’s proudly sponsoring the 2015 Victorian Architecture Awards

Jim Stynes Bridge

The Jim Stynes Bridge

23 March 2015 - Aurecon is a proud major sponsor of the Australian Institute of Architects 2015 Victorian Architecture Awards Program.

Join us at Monash University’s Caulfield Campus this Saturday 28 March from 9am for one of the biggest events on the architecture calendar and hear from the architects behind Victoria's outstanding architecture. 

Click here to check out Saturday’s Presentation to Juries Timetable.

“This year’s field of entries is truly superb; the Jury Members will definitely have a very challenging task  selecting the winners,” commented Aurecon Unit Manager – Buildings (Adelaide/Melbourne), Randal Jones.

Entries will be grouped into the following award categories:

  • Commercial
  • Residential
  • Urban Design
  • Small Projec
  • Educational
  • Public
  • Interior
  • Heritage
  • Residential Multiple

You can view the full 2015 Field of Entries here.

Excitingly, the list features three iconic projects that Aurecon has contributed to: The Melbourne University School of Design, Margaret Court Arena and the Jim Stynes Bridge.

Jones added: “The day is a fantastic opportunity to interact with the people and teams behind the thinking and ideas that are creating the clever, inspirational architecture that Melbourne is internationally famed for.”

The Australian Institute of Architects Awards program offers an opportunity for public and peer recognition of the innovative work of our Victorian architects. The program also provides the Institute with a valuable mechanism to promote architects and architecture within Victoria, across Australia and internationally.

The event is free and open to anyone interested in architecture and design; students, graduates, architects and the general public.

If attending, be on the lookout for the Aurecon booth. Our people will be conducting a short smart buildings survey and participants will have the chance to win a Fitbit fitness tracker!

For more information about the 2015 Victorian Architecture Awards, please visit the Australian Institute of Architects website.


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