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Landscaping Victoria Awards 2014

The Victorian Landscape Industry celebrated a splendid year of achievement at the 2014 Victorian Landscape Awards held at the Grand Hyatt Melbourne on October 18th 2014.Winner of 'Landscape of the Year' was Australian Native Landscape Constructions...

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Winner of 'Landscape of the Year' was Australian Native Landscape Constructions for the Docklands Project. For this project they also won for best 'Hard Structures in the Landscape' and best 'Commercial Landscape over $500,000'.

The Victorian Landscape Industry celebrated a splendid year of achievement at the 2014 Victorian Landscape Awards held at the Grand Hyatt Melbourne on October 18th 2014.

Hosted by Max Walker, the awards reflected excellence in maintenance, design and construction works across residential and commercial applications completed by Landscaping Victoria members from around the state. This year’s judging panel paid particular attention to construction finishes and plant choice to determine the victors in what was a very strong field of entrants.

Australian Native Landscape Constructions were the big winners on the night, taking away three trophies including ‘Landscape of the Year’ for their Docklands Project. The company are flying high, having taken out the top gong for three out of the last four years. The commercial project in the Docklands area also came out on top for the ‘Commercial Landscape Construction over $500k’ and ‘Hard Structures in the Landscape’ award categories.

Franklin Landscape & Design were celebrating twice as hard having been announced as winners of the ‘Residential Landscape Construction under $100k’ category for their Brighton project, then having to come straight back on stage to accept the very next award, ‘Residential Landscape Construction $100k - $200k’ for a second residential project completed in Brighton. Similarly, Ocean Road Landscaping also had twice as much to smile about taking out both ‘Plants in the Landscape’ and ‘Feature in the Landscape’ awards for residential projects undertaken in Anglesea and Deans Marsh.

Some other category winners were:

Timandra Design & Landscaping – ‘The Sustainable Landscape’
Phillip Johnson Landscapes – ‘Residential Landscape Construction over $200k’
Str8line Landscaping – ‘Rising Star’
RB Landscapes – ‘Landscape Design over 150m2’
Urban Horticultural Solutions – ‘Landscape Management & Maintenance’

Our congratulations go out to Award of Merit recipient Rod Hanley as well as Brian Rankin who was awarded Life Member status with Landscaping Victoria for his years of service and dedication to the industry.

A full list of winners from the 2014 Victorian Landscape Awards can be found here at www.landscapingvictoria.com.au .

Australian Native Landscape Constructions took out top honours winning ‘Landscape of the Year’ for their Docklands project.

This is a section of the St Marcatan's Catholic Primary School Project and represents RB Landscape's winning entry for Best 'Landscape Design >150m2'. 

The first of two awards for Ocean Road Landscaping, this one was for 'Feature in the Landscape’ - Deans Marsh project.

The 'Landscape Management & Maintenance' award went to Urban Horticultural Solutions for their Armadale Project.

'Plants in the Landscape' winner was Ocean Road Landscaping for their Anglesea Project.

‘Residential Landscape Construction $100,000 to $200,000' was taken out by Franklin Landscape & Design for this Glyndon project.

Phillip Johnson Landscapes took out the prize for 'Residential Landscape over $200K' for its Clarkefield Project.

A second award for 'Residential Landscape under $100,000' went to Franklin Landscape & Design for their Brighton Project.

The 'Sustainable Landscape' winner was Timandra Design & Landscaping for their Narrawong Project.

22/10/2014 Awards, Events

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