Nominations are closing soon for the 2017 ASTT Awards, which recognise excellence, innovation and achievement in Australia and New Zealand’s trenchless industry.
The prestigious awards will be judged by the ASTT Council, and presented at No-Dig Down Under’s official Gala Dinner and Awards Evening on Thursday 14 September 2017.
Nominating your project or colleague will give you and your company international recognition by highlighting your achievements to key stakeholders in the trenchless industry.
In 2017 there will be five categories available for nomination. Further information on these categories can be found below.
Nominations for the awards close on 1 June 2017. Submit your nomination today.
Project of the year – Rehabilitation
The Rehabilitation Project of the Year Award recognises innovation, advancements in technology, environmental benefits and occupational health and safety benefits in rehabilitation projects utilising Trenchless Technology.
Project of the year – New Installation
New Installation Project of the Year recognises innovation, advancements in technology, environmental benefits and occupational health and safety benefits in new installation projects utilising Trenchless Technology.
New Technology – Machine, tool, material, system or technique
New Technology should demonstrate a practical development of trenchless systems or equipment that results in benefits such as improved economy, accuracy, speed of drive or replacement, ability to overcome difficult installations, or similar.
Person of the Year
The ASTT Person of the Year Award recognises an individual who has made major and sustained contributions to the trenchless industry in any area of activity within the industry. The award recognises a contribution over and above the call of duty to grow, develop and promote the use of Trenchless Technology across Australasia and indeed around the world.
Young Person of the Year
The Young ASTT Person of the Year Award recognises the important role younger members of the Australasian trenchless community play in the growth of the industry.
The Young ASTT Person of the Year is someone who is engaged with the industry and the promotion of Trenchless Technology, has significantly contributed to the industry over the past year, and is aged 40 or under on 1 September 2015.
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