The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s 2020 Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAAs).
In its 20th year, the PMAAs exist to recognise, honour, and promote outstanding achievement in program and project delivery.
With a revised submission criteria and new award categories, this year we received one of the highest number of entrants since the inception of the awards in 2000.
Elizabeth Foley, CEO of AIPM, said “the calibre of entrants this year was truly exceptional. I would like to recognise and congratulate all of the winners of this year’s awards and the hard work of the professionals who drove these projects forward and delivered them to such a high standard.”
Both individual and organisational PMAA winners were announced across 13 categories on Wednesday, 25 November, in our first ever fully virtual event.
“While this year’s event was in contrast to previous years’, it was truly a night to be remembered, where project professionals across Australia connected online to recognise and honour the 2020 winners.”
“After such a challenging year, the awards provided an opportunity to reflect on the year that was and highlight the project successes on both an individual and organisational level. As we look to the new year and economic recovery there has never been a more pertinent time to celebrate project success,” added Foley.
2020 NATIONAL WINNERS:
Project of the Year – Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) Project | RPS and Australian Federal Police
Future Project Leader (Under 35 years) – Kelly Poniris
Project Professional – Adam Tull
Senior Project Professional – Nick de Vries
Construction/Engineering – UNSW Lower Campus Sciences and Engineering Precinct | Capital Insight Pty Limited
Government – Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) Project | RPS and Australian Federal Police
ICT/Telecommunications – University Meeting Experience Improvement Project | University of Tasmania – Information Technology Services
Transformation – TasNetworks Operating Model Improvement Project | TasNetworks Pty Ltd
Small Projects – Route 96 Nicholson St Asset Relocation | CitiPower Pty Ltd
Regional Projects – Geelong Arts Centre – Ryrie Street Redevelopment | Development Victoria
Community Service and/or Community Development – SwanCare Leisure Precinct, Bentley Park | NS Group
Sustainable Projects – The University of Melbourne, Old Quadrangle Redevelopment, Melbourne | Aurecon
Professional Services – Coles Group Payment Services Governance Capability | Agile Management Office | Coles Group
Project Management Office (PMO) – Capital Planning & Delivery PMO | Telstra
2020 CHAPTER WINNERS:
ACT Project of the Year – Defence PFAS Investigation and Management Program | RPS Group
NSW Project of the Year – HMAS Brisbane Post Delivery Upgrade | Destroyer Enterprise
NT Project of the Year – Artificial Reefs | Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics & Harris Kmon Solutions
QLD Project of the Year – Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) Project | RPS and Australian Federal Police
SA Project of the Year – Scheduling and Mobility Project (SaM) | SA Power Networks
TAS Project of the Year – TasNetworks Operating Model Improvement Project | TasNetworks Pty Ltd
VIC Project of the Year – Coles Group Payment Services Governance Capability | Agile Management Office | Coles Group
WA Project of the Year – Connect South Mends Street | NS Group and City of South Perth
Visit the 2020 Project Management Achievement Awards page on the AIPM web site to see the full list of chapter and national winners.
Elizabeth Foley, CEO of AIPM is