2018 National Awards for Excellence Winners and Highly Commended Recipients

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Stormwater Australia would like to congratulate the Winners and Highly Commended Projects that were awarded at the 2018 Stormwater National Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner that was held on Wednesday, 10th October, 2018. The Dinner was the social highlight of our incredibly successful National Conference, Stormwater2018.

The finalists in all 6 categories had already been judged as the very best in their own state and so the Winners and Highly Commended projects really do represent the ‘best of the best’ in stormwater management from across Australia.

Category: Excellence in Strategic or Master Planning

Winner

Walloon Waterlea Estate – Integrated Stormwater Management Strategy
Premise, RBG Services, Ipswich City Council and Tract

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Category: Excellence in Infrastructure

Highly Commended

Angus Creek Stormwater Harvesting and Reuse Scheme
Blacktown City Council

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Winner

Booran Reserve
Glen Eira City Council, Sport & Recreation Victoria, Melbourne Water

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Category: Excellence in Asset Management

Highly Commended

Renewal of City of Casey Water Sensitive Urban Design Assets
and Gross Pollutant Traps
City of Casey, E2DesignLab, Stormy Water Solutions, Optimal Stormwater
and Felix Botanica

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Winner

City of Onkaparinga Urban Creek Recovery Project
Australian Government National Landcare Program, Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board and the City of Onkaparinga

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Category: Excellence in Research & Innovation

Highly Commended

Today’s Research, Tomorrow’s Prosperity and Well-being
City of Mitcham

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Winner

Australian Rainfall & Runoff 2016 Software Implementation
Innovyze

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Category: Excellence in Policy or Education

Highly Commended

A Stormy Classroom
Flagstaff Hill R-7 School and DesignFlow, Natural Resources Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges, Department for Environment and Water, Environment Protection Authority and Tremain Jak

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Winner

Improving Water Sensitive Design Development Control Plan and Guidelines Through Meaningful Collaboration
MidCoast Council and Alluvium Consulting

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Category: Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design

Highly Commended

Holland Street Upgrade – An Integrated Design for a Past,
Present and Future History
City of West Torrens

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Winner

Gippsland Heavy Industrial Wetlands
Latrobe City Council and the Victorian State Government

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