NSW EISSI award winners 2015

By on 22 September, 2015

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The NSW Excellence in Surveying and Spatial Information Awards 2015 (EISSI) were held Saturday 12 September 2015, with special guest MC Andrew O’Keefe. The event, co-organised by the Association of Consulting Surveyors NSW (ACSNSW) and the Institution of Surveyors NSW (ISNSW), saw thirteen awards presented to organisations and individuals who have displayed excellence in the field of surveying and spatial information over the past 12 months.

The overall winner of the awards went to Scott Deveridge and Nathan Milligan of Project Surveyors for their laser scanning and BIM project, which was featured in the latest Position Magazine.

Click here to read a feature article about the winning project in the latest issue of Position magazine.

The full list of winners is as follows:

Sir Thomas Mitchell Award (Best Overall Project)
Scott Deveridge, Nathan Milligan – Project Surveyors Scan to BIM, Castle Towers Shopping Centre

Infrastructure & Construction
Matthew Stanley – RPS Australia East Winmalee Wastewater System Improvement Project, Lugano Avenue Springwood

Extra Dimension & Innovation
Scott Deveridge, Nathan Milligan – Project Surveyors Scan to BIM, Castle Towers Shopping Centre

Highly Commended: Philip Searl — Geolyse Ground Survey of the Macquarie Marshes Reed Beds

Community & Sustainable Environment
Jocelyn Ullman – Mitchel Hanlon Consulting Bindaree Beef Biodigester Plant & New Rendering Plant, Inverell

Spatial Enablement
Benjamin Belfield, Matthew Greig – Monteath & Powys Deformation Survey of Newcastle Breakwalls

Rural Cadastral Surveying & Land Titling
Barry O’Malley – Barry O’Malley Surveyors Redefinition of Portion 39 at Cattai

Urban Cadastral Surveying & Land Titling
Wayne Diver-Tuck – JBW Surveyors The “VSQ” Projects

Surveying Project Management
Steven Sampson – Burton & Field AE2 Ermington

Professional of the Year
Graeme Stewart

Young Professional of the Year
Ryan Fifield

University Student Project of the Year
Robert Dicker – University of New South Wales Accuracy of Mapping from UAV Systems

Tafe Student of the Year
Helen Coles, Riverina TAFE

Journalist/Media of the Year
Joshua Marks


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