Hindmarsh are very pleased to announce that we have won two ACT Master Builders awards, including the coveted ‘Project of the Year’ for the Australian National University (ANU) Physics building.
On Friday 9th September Hindmarsh were ecstatic to be awarded the 2022 Master Builders and Asset Construction (MBA) Hire Award for the Project Displaying Technical Difficulty or Innovation and to win the Project of the Year for the state-of-the-art ANU Physics Facility in Canberra.
When asked about what the awards means to Hindmarsh, Rowan Hindmarsh CEO said “This is a huge achievement by all involved. Over the last five (5) years, from the initial bidding stages to final commissioning, Hindmarsh have worked closely with ANU, the local community, and key stakeholders to deliver this world-class educational and research facility.
In my experience, projects of this calibre only come around once every decade or so. I am delighted that Hindmarsh was given the opportunity to deliver this project and continue our collaborative partnership with ANU.
Our relationship with ANU was started by my father John Hindmarsh AM and spans back before the new millennium. Over the last two decades, Hindmarsh have worked closely with ANU to design, build, refurbish and deliver over 25 projects, securing over 30 industry awards across their exceptional campus.
As a family owned and operated business these types of long-term relationships mean the world to the whole Hindmarsh family, and are built on open, honest communication and trust.
The project team, subcontractors and all the suppliers who took ANU Physics from a concept to a multi-award-winning project should all feel exceptionally proud of themselves. On behalf of the whole Hindmarsh family, thank you to all of you for your hard work and dedication.”
To find out more about all the projects Hindmarsh have worked on with ANU, please visit www.hindmarsh.com.au/projects
Congratulations to Hassell who were recently awarded the top Canberra Medallion at the ACT Architecture Awards, for their work on the ANU Birch Building.
Working in partnership with Hassell, ANU and other key stakeholders, Hindmarsh was engaged as the Managing Contractor to deliver this $75M complex project. Hindmarsh worked carefully to protect, retain, and reuse components from the original build which was constructed in 1967 and has significant heritage value to the Australian National University.
Along with the Canberra Medallion, Hassell also received the J S Murdoch Award for Heritage, Enrico Taglietti Award for Educational Architecture, and the W Hayward Morris Award for Interior Architecture for their work on this historic building which provides contemporary teaching spaces, modern learning environments and PC1 / PC2 certified research laboratories for the College of Engineering & Computer Sciences.
Congratulations to all involved on a job well done.
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