The Carterton Events Centre was awarded the INGENIUM Excellence Award for Public Infrastructure in the category of projects from $2m - $10m. The Carterton Events Centre incorporates a leading-edge “Pres Lam” earthquake protection system (as designed by researchers at the University of Canterbury, NZ) and is only the second time it has been used worldwide, and the first in this form. This was a multi-disciplinary project involving a wide range of disciplines.
Chris Hackney, Structural Engineer received a Highly Commended Award in the Young Designer category of the ASI Steel Awards in Sydney.
Opus International Consultants (Opus) was presented with the Best Public Service Architecture Asia Pacific Award at the prestigious Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012 held on April 27 in Kuala Lumpar.
Opus cadet, Ann-Elise Moon, was awarded the NZ Contractors Federation Award for Most Outstanding Student.
At the NZ Planning Institute Awards, Opus, Wanganui District Council and Horizons Regional Council were presented with the NZPI Planning Practice Award for their work on the Wanganui Urban Transportation Strategy.
At today’s Annual Meeting Opus International Consultants’ Chairman, Kerry McDonald reported a positive result despite difficult economic conditions and reaffirmed the Company’s focus on future growth.
The Annual Meeting of Opus International Consultants shareholder’s was held today in Auckland.
Opus DaytonKnight were awarded a Canadian Water and Waste Association Utility Excellence Awards for the Metro Vancouver Co-digestion Pilot project.
Jamie Lester (Structural Engineer) won the Best Practice Paper Award for his work and presentation on the Christchurch Catholic Basilica and Andrew Gaul from the Auckland Structures Team won the Best Student Paper at the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering Conference.
Opus was presented with the Best Public Service Architecture Asia Pacific Award at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012 for the Wilson Special Needs School. The Wilson School is New Zealand's first purpose built Special Needs School and its purpose is to provide educational care for children with severe mental and physical disability. The School had also received two top awards in New Zealand including the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) Award in the Public Architecture Category. The state-of-the-art School has become a showcase school for the Ministry of Education and visiting international educationists.