Archive for the ‘Awards’ Category

Wonderful recognition from our industry!

Friday, October 18th, 2019


Warren Smith & Partners has been involved in the Barangaroo precinct development for the past 10 years. Our Fire, Hydraulic and Civil Services teams have worked with Lendlease and the Barangaroo Delivery Authority to deliver robust design, risk free documentation and construction services through this period. During this time the Fire services team have worked at implementing several industry leading design solutions that have resulted in changes to statutory requirements and offered significant operational efficiencies to the development facilities managers.

The Fire Services Team is now excited to be shortlisted for the Fire Protection Association Australia 2019 industry awards for projects over $1m and will be attending the gala dinner in Melbourne on the 8th November. If you would like to catch up with our team please get in touch with Peter Brawley, David Bolt or Ian Stone to discuss how we can assist your next project.

Barangaroo South

AILA NSW Landscape Architecture Award

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Warren Smith and Partners were extremely proud to receive the 2016 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects ‘Landscape Architecture Award’ for our involvement in the Barangaroo Reserve project in the ‘Parks and Open Space’ category.

Our client was Barangaroo Delivery Authority.

We worked in collaboration with the following companies:

  • Johnson Pilton Walker (JPW) in assocation with PWP
  • Norcue Pty Ltd
  • Sydney Environment Soils Lab (SESL)
  • WMK Architecture
  • Robert Bird Group and Aurecon
  • Hyder Consulting
  • Webb Australia
  • Emery Studio
  • Judith Rintoul
  • Lend Lease
  • Regal Innovations
  • Troy Stratti

Australian Engineering Excellence Awards

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Warren Smith and Partners were proud to be recognised by Engineers Australia as finalists for the Australian Engineering Excellence Award 2011 for our work on Kings Avenue Overpass. Warren Smith and Partners collaborated with National Capital Authority, Johnson Pilton Walker, Taylor Thomson Whitting, Steensen Varming, SMEC and Woden Contractors for this project.