Director Peter McAuley, representing Inovo, joined co-sponsor Harcourts Grenadier yesterday to present Youth Pathways with a very large cheque for the funds raised at the annual charity golf day earlier this year. The amount raised is even more impressive given that the golfers headed out on a particularly drizzly grey day in Christchurch. Just under $40,000 will go towards supporting Youth Pathways and the Aspiring Youth Development Trust’s incredible work changing lives, creating individual development plans and providing one on one mentoring for young people in our community.
Inovo had reason to celebrate at the Property Council Industry Awards 2018 in Auckland on 15 June, as Ara Institute of Canterbury's Kahukura Engineering and Architecture School received the Award of Excellence/Best in Category - Green Building, as well as a Merit award in the Education category. Inovo is delighted to congratulate everyone who contributed to the project's success, in particular recognising the project's PM, Inovo's own Rachel Bowen-Price, who is currently on maternity leave.
Read about about Inovo's involvement in the project here.
Three Inovo projects were recognised this month at the prestigious New Zealand Commercial Property Awards. We are celebrating yet another win for Skellerup's Project Viking, 2018's Supreme Award Winner, the National Category Winner in the Industrial category and the recipient of a Gold Award in the Value category. Ara's Kahukura received a Gold Award in the Education category and the Otautahi Education Development Trust Student Accommodation also received a Gold Award, in the Residential category. Congratulations to everyone involved!
Read the judges' comments here.
Read more about Inovo's involvement in Project Viking here.