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Golder crowned Best Professional Services Firm at Client Choice Awards

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Golder was crowned Best Professional Services Firm (> A$200m) and Best Consulting Engineering Firm (> A$200m) at the prestigious Financial Review Client Choice Awards 2019, announced during a gala event in Melbourne, Australia.

The awards recognise professional services providers in Australia and/or New Zealand as rated by clients on a range of criteria including quality, value and innovation. Beaton Research + Consulting, the leading researcher in ‘voice of the client’ services and consultant to professional services, provides the independent research behind the Awards.

 

“The Client Choice Awards this year had a formidable line up of finalists among our peers in engineering as well as other consulting fields more broadly, so we’re very proud of these awards,” said Hannah Hamling, Golder Asia-Pacific President.

 

“This accolade is ultimately a credit to our people and our partners for their commitment to keeping our clients front and centre as we bring Golder’s innovation and technical excellence to projects. On behalf of our team, I thank our clients for rating us so highly.”

 

These wins add to Golder’s record-breaking tally of Client Choice Awards, now sitting at 29 awards, which is a testament to the firm’s passion to help clients succeed through the delivery of consulting, design, and construction services in its specialist areas of earth, environment, and energy.

 

Golder has more than 800 employees in Australia and New Zealand thriving on challenges across a range of nation-building projects such as WestConnex in New South Wales, Melbourne Airport Rail Link  and Melbourne Metro Tunnel in Victoria, Inland Rail and Brisbane Airport in Queensland, METRONET in Western Australia and Sumner Road post-earthquake repairs in Christchurch, New Zealand – and many more.

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