ANLC Wins 2011 Landscape of the Year in two Categories
In November 2011, ANLC was the successful recipient of the awards "Landscape of the Year" and "Commercial Landscape of the Year over $500,000" We at ANLC are very proud of this achievement and would like to thank all of our suppliers and sub contractors for their diligent work efforts. Please read on to see the comments from the judging panel for both awards and official photography.
Judges Comments - Landscape of the Year
This year's winner of Landscaping Victoria's Landscape of the Year symbolises the complexity of projects the landscape industry is required to build, whilst mastering exacting timelines, complex project management require-ments and quality construction techniques and processes required by the client.Australian Native Landscape Construction is to be commended on the Royal Children's Hospital Project. Completed on time, within a six month period, the construction team overcame a myriad of challenges to deliver an outstanding result.The Royal Children's Hospital Project required in-depth planning, intimate knowledge of the project requirements, higher contingency planning than normally required and unfaltering commitment from all involved to ensure the project's success. The professionalism demonstrated undertaking this project should be acknowledged as a bench-mark in the landscape industry.Viewing this project from photos alone doesn't do justice to the complexities and logistical challenges it presented to the contractor.Congratulations to Australian Native Landscape Construction on winning Landscape of the Year 2011.
Judges Comments - Commercial Landscape of the year over $500,000
The Royal Children's play, therapy, interactive and healing spaces are a wonderful place for the kids and their parents to spend while the kids are treated and recover their health. These are wonderfully designed indoor and outdoor spaces that have been constructed to the utmost standard and quality within a very tight time frame. The extreme logistics and high degree of difficulty have been managed superbly by a very dedicated, conscientious and proud landscaping team. Well done.