CNC Project Management is a deserving winner of the 2014 APIA Environment Award due to the fact that their innovative soil testing method has such potential within the pipeline construction industry.
(PRWEB UK) 18 November 2014
The Australian consultancy firm, which offers a range of project planning and environmental management services, was victorious in the Unique Innovation or Initiative Addressing an Environment Issue criterion for its Back of the Ute Soil Test Procedure.
On presenting the award, APIA said the CNC entry was selected because of the positive implications of its innovative new method for rapid testing of soil along the Right of Way prior to topsoil stripping. It was agreed that its benefits to the pipeline construction industry could be profound, including the improved management of topsoil and better environmental outcomes.
The Environment Award is designed to recognise project accomplishments in environmental performance, innovation in regards to addressing an environmental issue, or implementing a well-defined environment management system, procedure or practice.
In claiming the award, CNC beat off competition from the APA Group, Dampier Bunbury Pipeline, McConnell Dowell and Nacap Australia, whose entries ranged from excellent project performance to environmental innovations.
Prominent project management consultancy and training course provider, ILX, takes great interest in news concerning recognition for project management excellence. After congratulating CNC on their award, they attributed their proficiency in effectively managing environmental issues to the competency of their staff and adherence to standardised project management principles.
Global Head of Marketing at ILX, Kevin Tewis, said: ‘CNC Project Management is a deserving winner of the 2014 APIA Environment Award due to the fact that their innovative soil testing method has such potential within the pipeline construction industry.
‘Looking at their credentials more generally, their proven ability to project manage environmental issues on projects in some of the most challenging sectors clearly marks them out as leader in their field. This level of standing would not have been achieved without a sustained adherence to best practice project management standards, an insistence that incoming project managers share this vision and a commitment to embedding such a culture throughout their organisation,’ he added.
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