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Leadership Awards for Excellence 2020 Winners

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The UDIA NSW Leadership Awards for Excellence aim to promote the positive contribution of outstanding individuals and companies working within the NSW development industry and recognise their achievements.

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One on One with Vy Nguyen

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UDIA D&I Committee Member and Strategic Communications Manager for Landcom Jennifer Sweeney interviews Vy Nguyen, Development Director for Central Barangaroo and the Reserve, Infrastructure NSW.

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Building Commissioner asks industry to be inspired by great work

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Companies ranging from the big end of town right through to small players are setting the standard with projects like Ora Doll’s Point by Helm, Meriton Suites Waterloo, Billbergia’s Rhodes Central, St Leonard’s Square by Mirvac. These companies have stable teams of managers, designers and contractors. For the consumer as well as the builders and surveyors, these are vital considerations in selecting a property to purchase.

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One on One with Sarah Davis

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UDIA D&I Committee Member and General Manager-Marketing and Customer for AVID Property Group Linda Walsh interviews Sarah Davis, Project Manager for Construction Assignments. 

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From self-acknowledgement to community awareness

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I was in my teens when my brother was diagnosed with what is now known as bipolar. At the time, there was virtually no general awareness or understanding about mental health and its impacts on the individual, family, or community.

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Staying sane while staying apart

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Diversity & Inclusion Committee and UDIA NSW Member Mal Brown, a Principal at Northrop Consulting Engineers, recently shared his own personal journey with stress and anxiety. While many of us shy away from the topic, the more we talk about it, not only do we realise how prevalent mental health concerns are, but we also move closer to smashing the stigma behind it and better embody what it can mean to truly care for the whole person.

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