In the category dedicated to the projects such as buildings, utilities, infrastructure, urban and regional development projects the following projects reached the finalists level:
This PMC project was entrusted by the owner (State Grid Corporation of China). The PMC team was responsible for the management of the entire project construction process for the ±1100kV Guquan Converter Station with a contract amount of EUR 21,220,000 and a construction period of 42 months.
The $73 million Shepparton Law Courts form a new regional headquarters centered on the open and transparent delivery of justice in Greater Shepparton and beyond. Spanning five levels, the building required innovative engineering and construction methods and a complex functional design to meet current community expectations and cater for muliple court juridsications in a single facility. The state-of-the-art building reflects contemporary applications of courthouse design, information technology, environmental sustainability, and changing justice delivery models. Comprising six main courtrooms servicing all jurisdictions, the new courthouse provides a safer environment for all users and more accessible justice services for the community. Opened in 2018, the facility was delivered with extensive stakeholder consultation and support from the local Shepparton community.
The Humanitas Group includes several hospitals, teaching and research facilities in Italy. As part of its development plans, between 2014 and 2017, the Group implemented a first batch of projects – the Humanitas University Campus – consisting of three buildings intended for: HUB, Education and Research, plus an underground services area dedicated to technical rooms, parking, distribution. The gross paved surface of the three buildings is 20,300 sqm corresponding to 34,400 sqm built surface. The project also included 66,000 sqm of outdoor areas. All the buildings were delivered to the End Users on time for the start of their activities.
The IPMA PE Awards Small-/ Medium Sized projects recognises teams that display and can prove great achievements in project and programme management. Applicants compete within the Small-/ Medium Sized project category and are judged individually by a qualified international Judges based on an Application Report. After the competition, Applicants receive a Feedback Report from the Judges describing the strengths and areas for improvement on the selected Project Excellence Model criteria.
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