Frankston Station wins Gold Good Design Award

Acknowledgement by our Architectural industry peers is something that makes our entire Genton team enormously proud. Our latest celebration is in response to the announcement that our Frankston Station project received Gold honours in the prestigious Good Design Awards.

This important win – announced as part of Good Design Week – is the sixth design award the project has received and the second in the Urban Design category award.

“Frankston Station was, from conception, an urban design-led scheme – inspired by the objective of enhancing the broader retail precinct, and creating a new gateway to the beachfront destination,” says Genton Principal Jamie McCutcheon. “We are humbled by the recognition of our efforts, which motivates us further to deliver quality urban design outcomes on our future rail and transport projects.”

Recognition of the quality Genton’s urban design thinking on this iconic piece of rail infrastructure highlights the care and consideration our team applies to each of our transport projects. Driven by our commitment to meaningful design, both drawing on and enhancing local context, we look forward to continuing our contribution to the transformation and renewal of transport offerings for all Australians.

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