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At the Queensland Heritage Awards, Opus received the Queensland Heritage Council Gold Award for Heritage Conservation for the Mt Spec Road and Little Crystal Creek, Conservation Management Plan.
Opus, in association with Sinclair Knight Merz, won an ACENZ Gold Award of Excellence for the long term Wastewater Network Strategic Improvement Project with North Shore City Council. This Award was presented in recognition of an outstanding project.
Devonport's new Navy Museum by Opus in conjunction with Herriot + Melhuish Architecture and Dave Pearson Architects has won the Auckland NZIA Award.
The Newmarket Railway Station project in Auckland was the recipient of a New Zealand Architecture Award in the category of Urban Design.
The Sheffield Accommodation for Alcohol Rehabilitation won a South Yorkshire and Humber Building Excellence Award. Opus undertook the engineering design for the scheme which received a high 'Ecohomes rating' and won in the category 'Best Partnership with a Local Authority.'
The East Taupo Arterial project was awarded the prestigious ‘project award’ by the New Zealand Planning Institute. The East Taupo Arterial (ETA) is a new 16km section of the national roading network along the eastern outskirts of Taupo. The Opus team included staff from Taupo, Auckland, Hamilton, Pukekohe, Whakatane, Napier, Tauranga and Wellington.
Opus was awarded the Nancy Northcroft Practice Award - Highly Commended at the Planning Institute.
Opus DaytonKnight were the recipient of BCWWA‘s 2012 Outstanding Contribution – Group or Organisation Award. This award is presented annually to recognise significant corporate or collective contribution to the success of BCWWA.
Opus received the Fulton-Downer Gold Medal - The President's Award, on behalf of the engineers who were active in the response phase following the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes, in recognition of their outstanding contribution to public service. The award particularly recognises those involved in building safety evaluation, urban search and rescue and restoration of infrastructural utility services.
We had three people recognised by the IPENZ