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Aurecon celebrates its leadership in project management

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Among the awardees was Liam Utri – Senior Consultant, Program Advisory for Young Project Manager in Victoria

02 September 2019 – Aurecon is celebrating a significant number of project and individual wins across the country at the 2019 Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) Project Management Achievement Awards.

These awards recognise, honour and promote outstanding achievements in program and project management, and our work with clients across transport, property, health, and defence is showcasing both the depth and breadth of expertise within our team.

As an Organisational Partner, Aurecon supports the AIPM’s goal “...to improve the knowledge, skills and competence of project managers and related project personnel, all of whom play a key part in the achievement of business objectives…”. Aurecon now has over 110 accredited project managers across Australia, positioning ourselves to create positive impacts and results for clients and the quality of life in our communities.

“Our certified project managers are trained and educated to handle even the most complex projects, and the number of wins across the AIPM Chapter awards nationally is testament to the quality of our project management professionals,” said Stuart Cassie, Aurecon’s Global Lead for Program Advisory.

Wins and commendations from several Chapter Project Management Achievement Awards include:

New South Wales:

Queensland:

  • Small Projects: 25 King, Brisbane
  • Regional Projects: HMAS Cairns Fuel project
  • Community Service and/or Community Development: Longreach Hospital, Australia
  • Project Team Member: Julie Ann Harbord, Senior Consultant, Program Advisory
  • Future Project Leader – High Commendation: Kate Hall, Project Manager

South Australia:

  • Project Manager: Gemma Wood, Senior Consultant, Program Advisory
  • Young Project Manager: Tim Meinecke, Senior Consultant, Program Advisory
  • Project Team Member: Rhiannon Reynolds, Senior Consultant, Program Advisory

Victoria:

  • Young Project Manager: Liam Utri, Senior Consultant, Program Advisory

Western Australia:

  • Project Manager: Aaron Littlefair, Senior Consultant, Program Advisory
  • Acknowledgement Award: Esther Parker, Consultant, Program Advisory

Aurecon’s Managing Director – Design, Innovation and Eminence, Dr Kourosh Kayvani said these wins further solidify Aurecon’s ability to foster strong relationships with clients and provide advice on broad transactional and delivery management strategies.

“These wins showcase Aurecon’s eminent project management professionals and our strong track record in providing our clients with a depth of knowledge across a wide range and size of projects, as well as more complex program and portfolio design and delivery.

“I’m proud of our achievements and we look forward to continuing to work with our valued clients and partners to assist with their capital asset investments and portfolios across many industries and sectors,” said Dr Kayvani.

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