InQuik and partner SMEC have been announced as winners of the Australian Engineering Excellence Award 2020 (Canberra Division) for their “InQuik Bridge System”. This award recognizes Australia’s top engineering projects and the teams making them possible.
Judges commended The InQuik Bridge System for its “efficiency and potential to benefit remote areas and countries with limited infrastructure and skilled labour”, describing the system as “a solution to bridge construction with innovation at its heart”.
The team were honoured to also be announced as a finalist for the Sir William Hudson Award, which is the highest accolade an engineering project can receive from Engineers Australia.
An excited Logan Mullaney, Managing Director of InQuik, noted that he was “pleased and proud…[to] be one of the front runners” for the national prize. Adding that as InQuik are currently building their 80th bridge in 3 years “it really proves that the innovation behind prefabricating the formwork and reinforcing steel is really much safer and much faster and using a lot lesser skilled [workers] than typically would be required”.
The InQuik team are proud of their achievement, and would like to take this opportunity to thank their partner SMEC, who share this award and honour, for enabling The InQuik Bridge System to exist as it does today.