09 September 2013
Wiley’s Primo Project Team
Wiley, food industry specialists in integrated facility engineering, and Project Director Graham Harvey have won an Australian Institute of Building (AIB) 2013 Professional Builder of the Year Award at a gala dinner in Melbourne.
The recognition keeps coming for Wiley’s world class engineering and construction on Primo’s $130 Million smallgoods facility with this being the sixth industry award in as many months. Wiley also took out the AIB’s National Award in the Research, Development and Technology category on the same night.
Wiley’s Design Manager, Ken Coppard and Project Director, Graham Harvey
In accepting the AIB award, Project Director, Graham Harvey said, “We had no expectation of winning such a prestigious award; this award is the pinnacle of the building profession in Australia for 2013.”
“We wish to thank the AIB and acknowledge the other winners and entries from across Australia. This award is recognition of our commitment to creating a better future through innovation and active leadership in the Australian Construction Industry.” Harvey said.
Managing Director, Tom Wiley said. “This award is a landmark achievement for Wiley; it is a testament to the many years of diligent hard work by our entire team.”
“Graham Harvey led our project team to deliver this outstanding facility for Primo, this award is well deserved industry recognition to both our team and Graham as he adds this project to his long list of successful projects over his 40 year tenure at Wiley.”
Looking ahead, the project is still competing at the State level of the QMBA Housing & Construction Awards with winners announced in October as well as advancing to the National level of the AIPM Project Management Achievement Awards.
An in-depth profile of Stage One of this award-winning project is available to read and download here