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Aurecon recognised at AIPM 2020 Project Management Achievement Awards

Aurecon recognised at AIPM 2020 Project Management Achievement Awards

Aurecon’s Old Quadrangle Redevelopment project for University of Melbourne was named National Sustainable Projects Winner.

27 November 2020 – Aurecon’s programme and project management work with clients, University of Melbourne and Department of Defence, plus Aurecon project manager, Dean Wilkie, was recognised by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) at the 2020 Project Management Achievement Awards announced in a virtual award ceremony last Wednesday, 25 November.

The PMAA is an annual awards programme presented by the AIPM to recognise outstanding achievement in project leadership across Australia. The AIPM is one of the most eminent authorities for project management practices and certification in the country, with over 8000 registered project professionals locally and internationally.

Aurecon’s Program Advisory Managing Principal, ANZ, Nathan Agnew, said the awards this year further demonstrated Aurecon’s strong track record for developing tailored project management solutions for a range of clients in an uncertain environment.

“Due to COVID-19, this year has been challenging and uncertain for Aurecon and our clients. The awards demonstrate Aurecon’s leadership in providing project management and delivery strategies that have enabled our clients to respond effectively. The breadth and depth of these projects also showcase how adaptable our people have been at learning quickly and finding innovative solutions to complex problems,” Mr. Agnew said.

“As Australia looks forward to 2021, it’s rewarding to know that we’re playing a role in helping our clients achieve their goals,” he added.

Learn more about these award-winning projects and Dean Wilkie below.

Old Quadrangle Redevelopment, University of Melbourne
Sustainability Project category (Victoria and National)

The Old Quadrangle Redevelopment is a complex heritage refurbishment and sustainability project. As the project manager, Aurecon used the adaptive reuse model, Passivhaus EnerPHit, to enable high-quality, low-energy indoor environment, giving life back to the University of Melbourne’s most iconic building.

Gallipoli Barracks Dam Civil Works Upgrade
Small Project with Budget under AUD200 million category (Queensland)

This project involved civil upgrade works to a 16-metre deep dam located at the Department of Defence’s Gallipoli Barracks. As the project manager, Aurecon leveraged its deep technical expertise and careful management to strengthen the dam’s wall and association spillway, while ensuring the safety of the project team and surrounding community.

Dean Wilkie
Future Project Leader (Southern Australia)

Senior Consultant Dean Wilkie is instrumental in delivering Aurecon’s Project Delivery Services capital sustainment programme across the Department of Defence estate in South Australia.

His detailed and considered approach to leadership, innovation and resource management has been key in successful delivery of multidisciplinary projects for the Defence, including demolition and replacement of an important perimeter fence at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) base Woomera and sewer and water works for RAAF base Edinburgh.

Aurecon is an organisational partner to the AIPM, and further demonstrated our support for the profession through our sponsorship of the 2020 awards programme.

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