Stockland Townsville has been awarded the Business Continuity Award for Most Effective Recovery in 2019 at the recent BCI Australasia Awards.
The accolade is presented to an organisation that has suffered significantly from the impact of a crisis but has been able to ‘bounce back’ and demonstrate resilience.
Malcolm Miller, Centre Manager at Stockland Townsville, said that the entire team is incredibly proud and humbled to receive such a recognition for the town centre’s strategic recovery efforts after the severe floods that happened earlier this year.
“The professionalism and dedications shown by the entire Stockland Townsville team has been truly remarkable, as has the support of our co-owners AMP Capital.
“We were also fortunate to have such incredibly devoted and loyal local contractors who were committed to repairing the town centre as safely and efficiently as possible to ensure that it remained open for the community.
“It was an ‘all hands on deck’ situation that is a true testament to the community spirit and support here in Townsville.”
Stockland Townsville will also be considered for an international award in the category of Most Effective Recovery at the BCI Global Awards in London, England this November.
The annual BCI Australasia Awards recognise the outstanding contributions of Business Continuity, Risk and Resilience professionals and organisations living and operating within Australasia.
Note to Editor:
Stockland Townsville is the leading centre located in the geographic heart of Townsville and houses the region’s only full-line Myer department store and full-line H&M. The retail precinct includes the Townsville and Nathan Street centres, featuring Woolworths and Big W in the main centre and Coles and Kmart in the Nathan Street centre.
Stockland Townsville is a joint-venture capital partnership with AMP Capital Shopping Centre Fund.