2017 Award Winners
Recognising and celebrating outstanding achievements in the project management profession
The Project Management Institute of New Zealand (PMINZ) are pleased to announce the winners for the 2017 NZ Project Management Awards.
Now in their 9th year, the New Zealand Project Management Awards have grown in quality and quantity as PMINZ has pursued the recognition of outstanding project management achievements as a part of its vision for raising the profile of the project management profession.
These awards recognise excellence by individuals, teams and organisations in achieving project management success. All finalists are worthy contenders and demonstrate a high standard of project management practice evident across New Zealand.
The 2017 Winners of the NZ Project Management Awards are:
Ara Institute of Canterbury Emerging Project Manager of the Year
- Henry Marchant, Beca
Falcon Training Project Manager of the Year
- Iain Sutherland, Beca.
Psoda Project of the Year
- Electronic Logging Device, EROAD
Millpond Public Sector Project of the Year
- Southdown 35/36 Road Upgrade Project, KiwiRail
Project Plus PMO of the Year
- Foodstuffs North Island
Quest Apartment Hotels Volunteer of the Year
- Lindsay Addie, South Island Branch (Christchurch)
PMINZ Research Achievement Award
- Gina Barlow, KPMG
The winners were announced at the Conference Awards Dinner on Thursday 21st September as part of the New Zealand Project Management Conference, on 20-22 September 2017 at Wigam Airforce in Christchurch.
We are very grateful to the Award Sponsors, who continue to support and champion the very ‘best’ in project management.