SSSI Northern Territory Spatial Excellence Awards 2012

By on 30 January, 2012
The inaugural NT Spatial Excellence Awards will be presented at the NT Spatial 2012 conference dinner on 22 March at the Darwin Convention Centre. The goal of the awards is to recognise and promote the achievements and excellence of those in the surveying and spatial sciences. There are a variety of categories for individual and project based awards. Nominees are not required to be a member of the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute to enter and there are no fees for submitting an application.
Call for nominations
Submissions close 24 February 2012.
The awards will recognise the contribution of spatial professionals to the Industry in the following categories:
Individual awards
  • Spatial Professional of the Year
  • Young Spatial professional of the Year
  • Service to the Spatial Community
  • Education & Professional Development
  • Spatial Postgraduate Student of the Year
  • Spatial Undergraduate Student of the Year
Click here for more information on individual awards and nomination forms.
Industry awards
  • Innovation and Commercialisation 
  • Land Titling and Development
  • People and Community 
  • Infrastructure and Construction
  • Environmental Sustainability 
  • Spatially Enabled Government
Click here for more information on industry awards and nomination forms.
Enquiries regarding the awards should be directed to Renee Bartolo on 0404 86 89 81 or via
Submit your nomination now! Nominations close on 24 February 2012.

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