RPS people and projects have achieved major success at the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM)’s Project Management Achievement Awards in 2017, with our team receiving no less than 12 category awards across four states and territories.
“The demand for quality client-side Project Management expertise has grown exponentially in recent years and we’re extremely proud to be at the forefront of the industry,” says Executive General Manager – Project Management, Michael Owens.
“From high-security defence projects to high-tech indoor skydiving facilities, the number and variety of awards received showcases the commitment to client success that RPS team members right across the country share.
“As a business, we’re passionate about nurturing and developing the Project Managers who will shape Australia’s cities and communities for decades to come.
“It’s wonderful to see so many of our younger staff members recognised for the incredible contribution that they make not just to individual projects, but to the development of Project Management as a specialist discipline,” Mr Owens concludes.
All state-based award winners will now compete for top national honours to be announced on 23 October 2017.
RPS PMAA CHAPTER AWARD WINNERS:
Construction / Engineering Project Management Award - Reserve Bank Facility
Construction / Engineering Project Management Award - iFly Indoor Skydiving Facility
Defence / Aerospace Project Management Award - RAAF Darwin Flood Mitigation Project
Project Team Member Award – Han Lian (Winner)
Project Team Member Award – Craig Wilson (High Commendation)
Young Project Manager Award – Agnieszka Stopyra (Winner)
Project Manager Award – Michael Scott (Winner)
Project Director Award - Andrew Thiele (Winner)
Defence / Aerospace Project Management Award - Urban Operations Training Facility, Wide Bay
Project Team Member Award - Josh Irving (Winner)
Young Project Manager Award - Kirsty Barrie (Highly Commended)
ABOUT THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS:
Established by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) in 2000, the Project Management Achievement Awards exist to recognise, honour and promote outstanding achievements in program and project management.