2018 SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS

10 Oct 2018 - The Mangere Wastewater Treatment Plant Biological Nutrients Removal (BNR) Upgrade, the largest single-site capital works delivery of wastewater plant for almost twenty years, collected the 2018 Supreme Award...
08 Oct 2018 - The Ellerslie acoustic barrier project was initiated by the local community and the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) to mitigate the noise and air pollution effects of over 100,000 vehicles travelling on this section of the southern motorway...
06 Oct 2018 - Faced with a burgeoning volume of material from buildings and infrastructure being demolished in the aftermath of the November 2016 Kaikoura earthquake, the port determined that opting not to recycle and reuse would have significant financial as well as environmental costs...
04 Oct 2018 - Subject to Wellington’s wind, as well as earthquakes, the slender 18-storey apartment building was required to be rigid and resilient, while still allowing its residents to enjoy the hillside and harbour views...
02 Oct 2018 - Embodying the disciplines of engineering, design and technology, AUT’s ETD Building is comprised of a 12-level tower and a 5-level podium. The design by architects Jasmax sought to reduce the overall carbon footprint of the building...

ALL 2018 AWARD ENTRIES

The 2018 Concrete³ Sustainability Awards attracted a range of quality entries. To share and acknowledge their accomplishments all have been summarised.

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