Donald Cant Watts Corke is proud to have been involved in three projects, which have received multiple awards at The Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) 2018 National Architecture Awards.
RMIT’s New Academic Street has been awarded The Daryl Jackson Award for Educational Architecture and the National Award for Urban Design. Collaborating with Lyons Architecture, NMBW Architecture Studio, Maddison, MvS Architects and Harrison and White, DCWC proudly provided Project Management and Superintendency services for the project.
Photo Credit: Tess Kelly
Pictured: The full New Academic Street design consortia and RMIT clients.
Bendigo Hospital, designed by Silver Thomas Hanley in collaboration with Bates Smart, has been announced as the winner of The Sir Zelman Cowan Award for Public Architecture. A hub for regional health, the development is one of the most sustainable and technically advanced regional hospitals in Australia.
The building has already been awarded the 2018 AIA Victorian Award for Public Architecture. This was possible due to the hard work to improve the quality of the partnership framework with the Exemplar Health Consortium consisting of Capella Capital, Lendlease, Spotless and Siemens. DCWC’s Engineering Services performed Independent Certification and Review for the project.
Photo Credit: Kim Selby
Designed by John Wardle Architects, Monash University’s Learning and Teaching Building has won the National Award for Educational Architecture and the National Award for Interior Architecture. DCWC were engaged to project manage The Learning and Teaching Building, ensuring the timely delivery of the innovative, state-of-the-art educational facility.
Photo Credit: Glenn Hester
Read the full list of 2018 National Architecture Award Winners: https://theurbandeveloper.com/articles/2018-national-architecture-awards-winners