Sign in

And the winners of 2017 IS Awards are...

The 2017 IS Awards evening in Melbourne was our biggest to date, with 240 attendees. Hosted by Craig Reucassel, we enjoyed a fantastic evening of celebration, wine and humour. In terms of award nominations, we had a record number of award submissions this year, which is a real credit to the sustainability industry as a whole. We'd like to thank everybody that attended the evening, and to all award nominees, finalists and awards winners.

You can find the pictures from the event here.

In case you missed the event, here were the winners of each award:
 

IS Outstanding Achievement Award

The IS Outstanding Achievement Award recognises the IS certified project or asset that has demonstrated the highest overall score and sustainability achievements. This award took into account all projects which were certified between October 2016 - August 2017.

The winner for this category was: Northlink WA | Southern Section | Design
 

IS Impact Award

The IS Impact Award recognises the IS project/asset that exhibits the most outstanding leadership and greatest contribution to advancing infrastructure sustainability in Australasia.  Nominations came from any project or asset that is currently pursuing an IS rating, or was certified with an IS rating between October 2016 and August 2017.

This award was split into two, projects which were worth more than $20 Million in capital value, and projects which were worth less than $20 Million in capital value.

The winner for the >$20 Million IS Impact Award was: Northlink WA | Southern Section | Design

The winner for the <$20 Million IS Impact Award was: Queen Elizabeth Street & Collect Street Project (Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council)
 

Organisational Leadership in Infrastructure Sustainability Award

The Organisational Leadership in Infrastructure Sustainability Award recognises the organisation that exhibits the most outstanding performance, leadership and greatest contribution to advancing infrastructure sustainability in Australasia.

The winner for this category was: Level Crossing Removal Authority
 

Individual Leadership in Infrastructure Sustainability Award

The Individual Leadership in Infrastructure Sustainability Award recognises the individual who best exhibits the most outstanding performance, leadership and greatest contribution to advancing infrastructure sustainability in Australasia.

The winner for this category was: Nicole Neal (Cardno)

GO BACK