Warralily recognised for environmental excellence
Congratulations to SMEC’s partner, Newland Developers, on winning the Environmental Excellence Award for the Warralily development at the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) National Awards for Excellence.
Congratulations to SMEC’s partner, Newland Developers, on winning the Environmental Excellence Award for the Warralily development at the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) National Awards for Excellence. The UDIA National Awards for Excellence celebrate Australia's contemporary knowledge, skills and innovation in the urban development industry. The awards recognise outstanding achievements of high quality developments.
SMEC has played a key role in Warralily since its commencement, providing civil engineering, surveying, town planning and urban design services for the development of the 15,000+ resident community. Warralily is a community where the urban spaces live in synergy with the natural environment through the integration of creek and wetland, cultural heritage and native vegetation. An extensive shared path network connects homes, community, education, recreation, employment and retail precincts along Armstrong Creek, and almost a quarter of the estate is dedicated to the natural environment and recreation uses.
Warralily is a multi-award winning masterplanned community, having won the 2018 UDIA Environmental Excellence Award and Masterplanned Development Award. Warralily is also recognised as Geelong’s first Enviro Development by the UDIA and recently won the Future Proofing Geelong Sustainability Award.
Read more about how SMEC helped Newland Developers deliver on such a remarkable project https://www.smec.com/what-we-do/projects/Warralily
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