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Sustainability in Infrastructure Awards

Each year ISCA hosts an annual awards gala dinner to recognise the highest achievers in infrastructure sustainability in Australasia. Hosted by comedian Craig Reucassel, the 2017 event in Melbourne was our biggest yet with over 240 attendees. McConnell Dowell were our partners for the 2017 event, in which five awards were presented to key IS projects, persons and organisations. 

To see the photos from the event, please click here.

For a breakdown of each award category, and to see previous winners, please see below. 

The 2018 ISCA Annual Awards will take place in Sydney in October - stay tuned for more updates.


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.

Previous winners:

2014 - Gold Coast Light Rail (McConnell Dowell)

2015 - Sydney Metro Northwest Tunnel and Station Civils project

2016 - Bayswater Level Crossing Removal (Laing O'Rourke)

2017 - Northlink WA | Southern Section (Main Roads WA)

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IS Impact Award 

The IS Project/Asset Achievement Leadership in Infrastructure Sustainability Award recognises the IS project/asset that exhibits the most outstanding leadership and greatest contribution to advancing infrastructure sustainability in Australasia. 

Previous winners:

2016 - Webb Dock West

2017 - >$20 Million - Northlink WA | Southern Section (Main Roads WA)

         - <$20 Million - Queen Elizabeth Street & Collect Street Project (Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council)

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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.

Previous winners:

2014 - Main Roads Western Australia

2015 - Aurecon Australia

2016 - Edge Environment

2017 - Level Crossing Removal Authority

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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.

Previous winners:

2014 - Katrina O'Mara

2015 - Scott Losee

2016 - Glenn Hedges

2017 - Nicole Neal

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