2022 Stormwater Victoria Award Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 Awards for Excellence

The Awards Ceremony took place at Novotel Geelong on Tiesday, 7th June 2022 with over 100 people in attendance to watch us share the stage with AWA and recognise so many amazing water projects from across the industry this year. See below full list of winners: 

 

Excellence in Asset Management - Winner

Optimization, Improvement, Capacity Building and Education on the Maintenance of the City of Casey Stormwater Treatment Assets

Optimal Stormwater and City of Casey Council

Asset Management W

 

Excellence in Policy or Education - Winner

Drainage System Design and Water Sensitive Urban Design Training Courses

Stormy Water Solutions

Policy Education W

 

Excellence in Policy or Education - Higly Commended

Stormwater Planning Capacity Building Initiatives for Urban Developments in Victoria

DELWP and Clearwater

Policy Education HC

 

Excellence in Strategic or Master Planning - Winner

Prioritising IWM Opportunities in Inner Melbourne

Engeny Water Management and Yarra City Council

 Master Planning W

 

Excellence in Infrastructire - Winner

'A Coastal Wetland' - The First Coastal Bioinfiltration Basin on the Mornington Peninsula

Mornington Peninsula Shire Council, Rye Community Group Alliance, Engeny Water Management, Melbourne Water and DELWP

Infrastructure W

 

Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design - Winner

An Integrated Rural Approach - Pettinella Farm Wetland

Storm Consulting

Integrated SW Design W

 

Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design - Highly Commended

Woodlands Park Stormwater Harvesting and Greening Project

Moonee Valley City Council, Greater Western Water, Melbourne Water and Engeny Water Management

Integrated SW Design HC

 

Excellence in Research and Innovation - Winner

STORMupdated: Online Tool for Water Quality and On-Site Detention Modelling and Compliance

Cleanstormwater

Research Innovation W

 

Excellence in Research and Innovation - Highly Commended

Permeability, The New Frontier in Stormwater Management

E2Designlab, Spatial Vision, Hansen Partnership and City of Port Phillip

 Research Innovation HC

 

 

2019 Stormwater Victoria Award Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Awards for Excellence

The Awards Ceremony took place at ZINC Federation Square on Thursday, 5th December 2019 with over 350 people in attendance to watch us share the stage with AWA and recognise so many amazing water projects from across the industry this year. See below full list of winners: 

 

Excellence in Infrastructure - Highly Commended

Daylighting Dandenong Creek

Melbourne Water

Excellence in Infrastructure - Winner

Two for One - Tim Neville Arboretum & Dobson Oval IWM Scheme

Knox City Council

 

Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design - Higly Commended

Alma Park Stormwater Harvesting System

City of Port Phillip, E2 DesignLab, Simpson Construction, Melbourne Water

Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design - Winner

Returning Our Lost "Wet Spaces" to the City's Environs - Creating Places Where People and Water Meet

Knox City Council

Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design proudly sponsored by GHD   

GHD Logo

 

Excellence in Policy and Education - Winner

Our Future Cities: 2018 Interdisciplinary Design program

Our Future Cities, Loci Environment & Place

 

Excellence in Research and Innovation - Winner

Pollution Prevention Program, Enhancing Our Dandenong Creek

Melbourne Water

Excellence in Research and Innovation - Winner

Urban Streamflow Impact Assessment (USIA)

Streamology Pty Ltd, CT Environmental, Sydney Water, University of Melbourne

 

Excellence in Strategic and Master Planning - Winner

Chain of Ponds Collaboration - Transforming the Moonee Ponds Creek Through Collective Action

Melbourne Water, Moreland City Council, Moonee Valley City Council, Hume City Council, Melbourne City Council, Yarra Valley Water, City West Water, Parks Victoria, Victorian Planning Authority, Conservation Volunteers Australia, Friends of Moonee Ponds Creek, Friends of Upper Moonee Ponds Creek, Kensington Association, Moonee BUG, Living Colour Studio

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