Project delivery company Wiley has been nominated for three awards in the Australian Institute of Building (AIB) Awards 2020.
The Australian Institute of Building (AIB) has a long and proud history of supporting individuals who contribute to the well-being of both the Institute and the building profession. For more than 50 years the Institute has recognised these individuals, providing awards at different levels.
Wiley has been nominated in for the following three projects:
- • Gundagai Meat Processors | Facility Extension | David Burton-Bradley (Project Manager)
- Fareshare | Community Kitchen Facility | Lauren Elliss (Project Manager) and Brendan Dickson (Site Manager)
- Ridley | New Extrusion Feed Mill | Logan Ashmole (Senior Project Manager)
“This is an exciting platform for us to delve deep into the delivery of the projects and showcase the incredible advances and investments our clients are taking in their respective industries. Many stories and fantastic memories are shared with our clients when we work together on a project and it’s always great to look back upon these and connect with our clients again. We are proud to have been nominated but we couldn’t be here without our clients. We wish all nominees the very best and look forward to some exciting competition,” said Wiley CEO, Robert Barron.
In 2019, Wiley were honoured and humbled to take home three AIB awards for JBS, Saint Stephens College Music Centre and Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange. Wiley is honoured for the recognition and nominations for these awards. The AIB awards will be held later in the year in Queensland. Wiley congratulates all the nominees for 2020 and wishes them the best of luck.