The past few months have seen Bligh Tanner win a suite of awards across an array of sectors from complex water cycle management, to innovative structural engineering.
Just last week Bligh Tanner, along with HASSELL, scooped a major award at the Australian Steel Institute Awards, taking out the Large Projects category for the $32M Global Change Institute. Another Bligh Tanner project was also awarded on the night – the Brezac Constructions Fabrication Facility (submitted by Brezac Constructions), which won the Small Building category award.
Bligh Tanner was also successful at the recent Stormwater Queensland Awards, winning the award for Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design for the Noosa Flexible Learning Centre (with Fulton Trotter Architects).
A number of other award winning Bligh Tanner projects include…
- Cooks Landing (Gibson Building), Winner, Low Rise Multi-Residential Housing (duplexes) Award, Master Builders Association of Queensland Burnett Wide Bay Housing and Construction Awards 2014
- UTAS Institute for Marine and Antartic Studies (John Wardle Architects + Terroir), Winner, COLORBOND® Award for Steel Architecture, Alexander North Award for Interior Architecture, Alan C Walker Award for Public Architecture, Sustainable Architecture Award, and Urban Design Award, Australian Institute of Architects Tasmania Architecture Awards 2014
- Creek Filtration Systems Program (Brisbane City Council), Winner, Urban Renewal Award, Healthy Waterways Awards 2014
- Moreton Bay Total Water Cycle Management Planning, Winner, Program Innovation Award, Australian Water Association Queensland Water Awards 2014
Bligh Tanner wishes to thank and congratulate all involved in helping to make these projects award winners!