AWARDS

Planning Institute of Australia – 2011
Award for Planning Excellence, Environmental Planning & Conservation Award for ‘Local Government Planning for Sustainable Buildings Guide’, in collaboration with Hansen Partnership and Municiple Association Victoria

Planning Institute of Australia – 2010
Award for Planning Excellence, Environment category, in collaboration with Hansen Partnership

Australian Institute of Architects (Tasmanian Chapter) “ 2010
Sustainable Architecture Award for the design of University of Tasmania School of Furniture Design as Architects, in collaboration with Six Degrees.

Australian Institute of Architects (Tasmanian Chapter) “ 2010
Public Architecture Award for the design of University of Tasmania School of Furniture Design as Architects, in collaboration with Six Degrees.

Australian Institute of Architects (Victorian Chapter) “ 2010
Public Architecture Award. Provision of ESD Advice for Whitehorse Sportslink, designed by Williams Ross Architects.

Australian Institute of Architects (South Australian Chapter) “ 2010
Sustainable Architecture Award. Provision of ESD Advice and Green Star Professional Services for UniSA Mawson Institute Building V, designed by Guida Moseley Brown Architects and Russell & Yelland Architects in Association.

Council for Educational Facility Planners International CEFPI (Australasia Region) “ 2010
Winner Major Facility Construction. Provision of ESD Advice and Green Star Professional Services for Dandenong High School, designed by Hayball.

Property Council of Australia Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards“ 2010
Winner Award for Heritage and Adaptive Reuses. Provision of Green Star Professional Services for the refurbishment of Goods Shed North, by Bligh Voller Nield.

Property Council of Australia Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards“ 2010
Winner Award for Heritage and Adaptive Reuses. Provision of Green Star Professional Services for the refurbishment of Goods Shed North, by Bligh Voller Nield.

Australian Interior Design Awards- 2010
Winner Award for Corporate Design; Winner Award for Environmentally Sustainable Design
Provision of Green Star Professional Services for the refurbishment of Goods Shed North, by Bligh Voller Nield

Planning Minister™s Heritage Award- 2010
Winner Provision of Green Star Professional Services for the Goods Shed North, for developer Equiset and architects Lovell Chen and Elenberg Fraser

National Australian Women in Construction – 2009
Crystal Vision Award Commendation for advancing the interests of women in the construction industry.

National Australian Women in Construction – 2009
Building Commission Award for outstanding achievement as a business woman.

Council for Educational Facility Planners International CEFPI (Victorian Chapter) “ 2009
Winner New Facility/ Major Construction. Provision of ESD Advice and Green Star Professional Services for Dandenong High School (Stage One), designed by Hayball.

Department of Education and Early Childhood Development DEECD School Design Awards“ 2009
Winner Best Overall Project. Provision of ESD Advice and Green Star Professional Services for Dandenong High School (Stage One), designed by Hayball.

Department of Education and Early Childhood Development DEECD School Design Awards“ 2009
Winner Best Secondary School. Provision of ESD Advice and Green Star Professional Services for Dandenong High School (Stage One), designed by Hayball.

Royal Australian Institute of Architects (Tasmanian Chapter) – 2007
Sustainable Architecture, Heritage and Public Architecture
For the design of the School of Architecture at the University of Tasmania as architects in collaboration with Six Degrees.

Royal Australian Institute of Architects (National) – 2007
Award for Sustainable Architecture
University of Tasmania School of Architecture in collaboration with Six Degrees.

Royal Australian Institute of Architects – 2007
Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage
University of Tasmania School of Architecture in collaboration with Six Degrees.

Royal Australian Institute of Architects – 2007
Sustainable Architecture – commendation
Filter House Broome WA
‘Filter House’ demonstrating sustainability leadership in the provision of public housing in northwest of Western Australia. Constructed in Broome by the Western Australian Department of Housing and Works.

Timber Design Awards – 2007
Public & Commercial Buildings Six Degrees Architects and Sustainable Built Environments for School of Architecture, University of Tasmania
HIA Greensmart Award for National Energy Efficiency Awarded – 2005
“Filter House’ demonstrating sustainability leadership in the provision of public housing in northwest of Western Australia. Constructed in Broome by the Western Australian Department of Housing and Works.

West Australian Department of Housing and Works National Broome Sustainable Housing Competition – 2003
Winner
For design of a sustainable public housing prototype, appropriate for north-western Australia

Boroondara City Council 2001 “ 02
Design Awards
Energy efficiency and / or sustainability category “ Joint winner
For 53 “55 Cotham Road, Kew townhouses.

Royal Australian Planning Institute (Victorian Division) Awards for planning excellence – 2001
Ecologically Sustainable Development category – commendation
For co-authoring with Planisphere the City of Melbourne ESD Planning Guidelines

Royal Australian Institute of Architects (Victorian Chapter) “ 2001
Sustainable Architecture – winner
For the design of the most energy efficient and environmentally sensitive residential project in Victoria for the Bairnsdale house.

City of Port Phillip 2000 Design and Development awards “ 2001
Winner “ category six: best contribution to achieving sustainable development
For the design of the residential extension in St Kilda that incorporates low energy and ESD features.

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