IPWC Excellence in Road Safety Award Winner: Move Safe Brisbane Pedestrian Safety Review

The Move Safe Brisbane Pedestrian Safety Review used a web-based approach to gather community feedback about locations where it was felt that road safety...

IPWC Award Winner: Cedar Grove WWTP

Logan City is growing fast. The existing 330,000 residents will be joined by many new arrivals over the next ten years due to urban...

Warren Sharpe OAM wins the Keith H Wood Medal

After a challenging period of two-plus years dealing with bushfires, floods and a pandemic, Warren Sharpe OAM finally has a reason to celebrate. Sharpe, the...

James Mitchell wins Young IPWEA Emerging Leader Award

James Mitchell, the engineering manager at the City of Holdfast Bay in South Australia, received the Young IPWEA Emerging Leader Award at the 2022...

Rita Excell named Public Works Leader of the Year

An industry leader who is a passionate advocate of gender equality wins Public Works Leader of the Year. It is particularly fitting that, in 2022,...

IPWC Excellence in Environment and Sustainability Award Winner: Te Auaunga “Swirling Waters”

The power of collaboration is on full display with the Te Auaunga Project through its delivery of a range of social, environmental, cultural, and...

Excellence in Project Innovation: Paihia WWTP Upgrade

The Far North District Council in New Zealand realised it needed to upgrade its Paihia wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) when new environmental standards mandated...

How Waka Kotahi produced an award-winning investment project thanks to extensive collaboration

While it makes up only about 15 per cent of New Zealand’s full roading network, the state highway network carries 50 per cent of...

Why Sunshine Coast Council’s largest ever infrastructure project proved a worthy award winner

The Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Project hasn’t just been significant for creating an international-standard aviation facility – it’s also the first time a Queensland...

How Gawler’s versatile street plaza has given the town a new heart

It is one thing to increase accessible, pedestrian-friendly space in a bustling town centre, another to fully create a “civic heart of the town”. But...

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