On behalf of the entire team at Fielders, we would like to congratulate all of the winners and nominees at this year’s event. It was fantastic to be there and celebrate the outstanding work produced by South Australian architects.
As a major partner of the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) SA Chapter, we were delighted to sponsor this year’s Educational Architecture award category.
A big hats off to John Wardle Architects and Phillips/Pilkington Architects who won this category for the Jeffrey Smart Building at the University of South Australia; a well-deserved recognition for a great piece of design. Congratulations to the commendations in this category, including JPE Design Studio for the Adelaide High School Learning Centre and Flightpath Architects for the Cornerstone College project which featured ARAMAX roofing.
Some other notable winners on the night included the Adelaide Oval Redevelopment which took out two categories in the City of Adelaide Prize, plus the Award for Public Architecture. A special congratulations goes to Cox Architecture, Walter Brooke and Hames Sharely for their outstanding success in this development – one that has well and truly put Adelaide on the map in terms of international sports and recreation.
As the supplier of KingFlor® steel formwork to the redevelopment during the construction phase, it was great to see the finished product officially recognised and we’re proud to have collaborated with the architects and contractors on this now landmark South Australian stadium.
While we were there to witness all the highlights of the night, we were also present on our social media platforms, providing real-time updates on the night’s events and award wins. If you want to catch up on some of the highlights from the 2015 awards, head over to our Twitter and Facebook pages.
Once again, congratulations to all nominees and to this year’s winners that will be heading to the national finals in November. We look forward to next year’s awards, continuing our partnership with AIA and supporting the work of South Australian architects.
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