DCWC is pleased to announce it has been named as a finalist for the 2020 Project Management Achievements Awards in the government projects category. DCWC is proud to have provided Project Management and Superintendent services for the Fortitude Valley State Secondary College. "We are delighted to have been shortlisted as a finalist for the PMAA's in the 'Government' category." said QLD Managing Director, Bill Douglas.
"The Fortitude Valley State Secondary College project was the first 'vertical school' to be built in Queensland, which created some unique challenges for all of the stakeholders involved, including the Department of Education, The Design team, the D&C Contractor and the School community."
"The DCWC team is exceedingly proud to have been a part of this high performing team with outstanding skills, expertise, innovation and passion. The outcome has been the creation of a world class teaching environment that all of the participants are truly proud of."
"The PM teams best accolade is that from the Foundation Principal of the FVSSC, Sharon Barker, who said “I believe that Paolo and his team have very effectively managed the complex decision-making processes by skillfully negotiating and communicating with all stakeholders. They have balanced the fine line between meeting the high expectations of this project with the scope of the budget”.
The Australian Institute of Project Management has announced the finalists of this year’s Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA). Celebrating its 20th year, the PMAAs exist to recognise, honour, and promote outstanding achievements in program and project leadership.
Elizabeth Foley CEO of AIPM said “I would like to congratulate each of the finalists of this year’s awards. This year we received one of the highest number of entrants since the inception of the awards in 2000.”
“The entries showcase exceptional project success and profile the highly skilled leaders driving these projects forward. We are looking forward to celebrating with all the finalists and revealing the winners in our first ever fully virtual event. There has never been a more pertinent time to celebrate project success as we look to project leaders to guide our economy out of the recession.”
Fortitude Valley State Secondary College. Photo Credit: Adrienne- Real Visuals