It's taken a while to work out how to do this, but now we are delighted to report many types and sizes of built environment professional services firms are eligible to enter the Client Choice Awards.
This means architects, smaller consulting engineers, environmental scientists, project managers, planners and quantity surveyors have joined the larger consulting engineering firms in 2019 in the now-named Built Environment and Consulting Engineering category.
There are four size bands in which all these firms in Australia and New Zealand compete, marking a new era for the Client Choice Awards. Find all the details here.
In another first, the Built Environment and Consulting Engineering category is sponsored by Consult Australia jointly with Pinsent Masons, world-leading infrastructure solicitors.
We also warmly acknowledge eight other professional associations in Australia and New Zealand related to the built environment who put their names, logos and efforts into encouraging their members to enter the Awards. They are shown here: Association of Australasian Acoustical Consultants, Australian Institute of Architects, Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Association of Consulting Engineers New Zealand, Engineering New Zealand, Engineers Australia, Planning Institute Australia and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, together with those from other professions.
2019 Built Environment Finalists
The five finalists for 2019 are:
Edge Environment – Sustainability consultants
EI Australia – Environmental engineers and scientists
GRC Quantity Surveyors – Construction cost consultants
The Little Brick Studio – Building designers
Resonate Consultants – Acoustical consultants
All the Winners in the 2019 Client Choice Awards will be displayed in the print edition of the Financial Review on Thursday 28 February 2019 and on the Client Choice Awards website.