We had five people recognised by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand
- Peter Mathewson (Managing Director, New Zealand) was elected a Fellow of IPENZ for his contribution to the development of closer collaborative arrangements between civil engineering consulting and contracting organisations, drawing on his dual experience to advance a variety of projects in the wider Auckland region.
- Luke Meys (Water and Environmental Sector Leader) was elected a Fellow of IPENZ for his contribution to the advancement of engineering practice and leadership in the profession of engineering. He was acknowledged for improving procurement practice in the water sector and to wider industry leadership in the water and local government engineering sectors.
- Noel Evans (Relationship Manager) was elected a Fellow of IPENZ for his contribution to the application of engineering and technology in the community and particularly for his contribution following the major earthquake events in Canterbury.
- Ewan Hunter (Senior Infrastructure Asset Management Advisor) was elected a Fellow of IPENZ for his contribution to the advancement of engineering practice and for his work in developing and evaluating road asset management systems, methodologies and guidelines, and their international application.
- Michael Haydon (Principal Civil Engineer) was awarded the Turner Award for Professional Commitment.