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 2019 WINNERS. 

SUPREME AWARD

Kaikōura Earthquake Recovery

NZ Transport Agency, KiwiRail & NCTIR Alliance

Kaikōura’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake in November 2016 devastated transport networks cutting off communities in the upper South Island. The NZ Transport Agency and KiwiRail jumped into action and set up the North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery (NCTIR) alliance with Fulton Hogan, Downers, Higgins and HEB Construction to respond to the emergency.

ENGINEERING DIVERSITY AWARD

Honor Columbus

Māori and Pasifika in Construction

After hearing many Māori and Pasifika people talk about the pressure to assimilate when they enter engineering and their consequential loss of culture and community connections, Honor Columbus created Māori and Pasifika In Construction [MPIC] in 2018.

ENGINEERING PARTNERSHIP AWARD

Aspiring Artists

SCAPE Public Art & Lewis Bradford Consulting Engineers

Amazing things happen when you give young people the chance to beautify their city. In Christchurch the Re:ACTIVATE programme pairs under 18 year-old artists with engineers to bring their public artworks to life.

ENGINEERING IMPACT AWARD II

Te Auaunga: Walmsley, Oakley Creek & Underwood Reserves Restoration

Auckland Council, Fulton Hogan, Boffa Miskell & AECOM

Auckland's longest uninterrupted urban stream, Te Auaunga, was converted to a concrete stormwater channel in the 1930s, making a 1.3km stretch of surrounding parkland prone to flooding.

ENGINEERING CREATIVITY AWARD

Kākahu Facade

Lewis Bradford Consulting Engineers

Cloaking a Christchurch parking building with 1,116 aluminium feathers required a feat of wind engineering.

ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP AWARD

Darryl-Lee Wendelborn

Beca

Darryl-Lee is a vibrant and collaborative leader who embodies the changing face of the New Zealand engineering industry.

ENGINEERING EDUCATION AWARD

Meridian Energy Rural

Meridian Energy

Meridian Energy Rural is generating future engineers by engaging with local schools and communities near its wind and hydro sites, from Wellington to Southland.

ENGINEERING INNOVATION AWARD

Micromaker

Callaghan Innovation

Imagine rapidly prototyping 3D-printed structures much thinner than a human hair. Callaghan Innovation’s Micromaker allows affordable, rapid prototyping at the microfabrication level.

YOUNG ENGINEER OF THE YEAR AWARD

Terry Miller

Eight360

Terry Miller is the founder of Eight360, which combines engineering and innovation to deliver the next generation of amazing VR experiences.

ENGINEERING IMPACT AWARD I

Kaikōura Earthquake Recovery

NZ Transport Agency, KiwiRail & NCTIR Alliance

Kaikōura’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake in November 2016 devastated transport networks cutting off communities in the upper South Island. The NZ Transport Agency and KiwiRail jumped into action and set up the North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery (NCTIR) alliance with Fulton Hogan, Downers, Higgins and HEB Construction to respond to the emergency.

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KEY DATES

 

Entries open

3 Dec – 11 Mar 2021

Finalists announced

May 2021

The ENVIs

1 July 2021

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