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Project Manager : Project Manager Dec Jan 2014
8 Project Manager TWO OF AIPM'S 2013 PMAA winners were recognised in State Parliament and Local Council for their achievements. e Esperance Clean- up and Recovery Project by the WA Department of Transport, which decontaminated the WA tow n following years of lead pollution, won at State level and scooped the pool in National awards, winning Project of the Year, Regional Project of the Year, and Project Manager of the Year. " e Esperance Clean-up and Recovery Project was the largest environmental clean- up in Wester n Australia and Australia," said WA Minister for Transport Troy Buswell. "It is my great pleasure to let the house know that the Esperance Clean-up and Recovery Project has been awarded several Project Management Achievement Awards by the Australian Institute of Project Management, including the prestigious Australian National Project of the Year. " e recognition by the Australian Institute of Project Management in giving these awards is for the outstanding management by the project team and the outstanding work by all those who were involved in this cr ucial project. is is indeed great recognition for the Esperance Clean-up and Recovery Project and all of the co-operative e ort and work that made the project such a success. "I would like to thank all those who gave so tirelessly and professionally to make the Esperance Clean- up and Recovery Project such a success." e Liv vi 's Place Inclusive Playground Project by the City of Ryde also won at State and National levels, picking up awards in the Community Service and/ or Development Category. "This National award recognises the innovation and professionalism of our staff and this Council 's commitment to working with and for the community," said City of Ryde Mayor Clr Roy Maggio at a special presentation at a City of Ryde Council meeting in October 2013. "Liv vi 's Place began with a pledge of Council land, a modest budget and the expertise of sta . It developed into a complex and unique project that captured the community's imagination and harnessed the support of all tiers of gover nment, volu nteer ser vices, community groups, business and individuals." •NEWS PMAA 2014 Could your project be among the cream of the crop in 2014? Entries will be open early in the new year for the 2014 Project Management Achievement Awards. Awards are presented at Chapter level, with winners advancing to the National PMAA, presented at the glittering 2014 PMAA Gala Dinner, held during the National Conference in Brisbane in October from 12 to 15 October 2014. The PMAA recognise and celebrate excellence in project management, whether through individual effort, small teams, or large and complex organisations. If a project or member of your team fits the bill, visit the AIPM website in the new year to find out more about how to enter. W: www.aipm.com.au PMAA winners recognised The City of Ryde held a special presentation at its Council meeting in October, honouring the team that won the PMAA.
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