AWC wins 2017 Awards for Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design!
Kirkham Rise Estate, Cobbitty is a new development set in a historic landscape with high ecological values. Through integration of WSUD principles and ecologically sensitive design the project team developed a site sensitive response which maintained and enhanced site amenity and environmental values while effectively managing stormwater quality and quantity.
Excellence in construction and great cmmunication ensured and excellent build, reduced cost and rapid establishment.
AWC (Byron Bay) have recently obtained ISO 9001 accreditation. Over a six month period AWC developed and implemented our Quality Assurance (QA) system, gaining certification in September 2011. All AWC’s projects are now run under our ‘certified’ QA system….that includes all computer models, field monitoring equipment, MUSIC modelling and OH and S procedures accredited
AWC are presenting 3 oral papers at the 2011 River symposim, within the Society for Wetland Scientists (SWS) themed session
The purpose of the Nerang Estuary Ecosystem Health Study is to accurately assess the health of the estuary and provide Gold Coast City Council with a detailed management strategy.
Here at AWC we are proud to support leading cancer research charity, The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF). The ACRF is committed to funding world-class cancer research that has the power to defeat cancer.
AWC are proud to be supporting the 8th International WSUD Conference to be held on the Gold Coast from 25th to 29th of November.
AWC were lucky enough to provide design and construction services to Gin Gin Surf Lodge in the Mentawai Islands – off West Sumatra, Indonesia.
AWC are pleased to announce that we will be presenting 2 papers at the upcoming 2015 Stormwater Queensland Conference in Toowomba on Wednesday, 15th and Thursday, 16th July. We have been working hard over the past 12 months (since the Noosa Heads get together), working on many aspects of stormwater management with Councils, developers and State Government.
AWC have recently been engaged by Jaragun – a north QLD indigenous land management group – to complete the detailed design and commissioning of a 10ha constructed wetland to treat agricultural runoff in Babinda.
AWC is pleased to announce that we have been made a Local Buy pre-qualified supplier. Local Buy is the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) procurement services company and develops contractual arrangements for councils and government entities – eliminating the need for government authorities to establish their own supply contracts.