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Tract Receives Two 2017 AILA Victoria Awards_____

Tract Receives Two 2017 AILA Victoria Awards

The 2017 AILA Victoria Awards on Friday 21st July 2017 were held at Testing Grounds, in Melbourne’s Arts Precinct. A great turn out and festive air despite the chill made for a wintery celebration of outstanding people and projects across the broad field of Landscape Architecture.

Tract was proud to receive two awards on the night.

Congratulations to Nathan Collins on winning the Future Leaders Graduate Award for his hard work, enthusiasm and involvement in the profession.

Nate has chaired the AILA Fresh Victorian Chapter (2013-2016) – engaging with students + graduates across Landscape Architecture courses and collaborating with industry bodies such as the PIA Young Planners Group. He is involved in sessional teaching at RMIT and has been involved in the design and delivery of projects in his role at Tract, working in the Urban Design team and collaborating with Tract’s planners and landscape architects. Congratulations on receiving this recognition, Nate.

Nathan Collins - Senior Urban Designer - Tract Consultants
Nat Collins
Senior Urban Designer
Congratulations also to the small, creative and collaborative team of Veronica Carrasco (AECOM), Tyler Maisano (Tract), Helen Wellman (Tract), Aaron Sims (Tract) and Edan Weis (Aspect Studios) on winning the Landscape Architecture Award for Community Contribution for creating The Journey Interactive Map.

The Journey enables public delight and discovery in landscape and urban environments while promoting our industry. First developed for the National AILA Conference ‘Not In My Backyard’ in Melbourne, then extended to Canberra, the Journey is sure to continue...

To view The Journey, visit the link
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