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2017 Ontario Concrete Awards

The most awarded project, claiming three awards, was the Toronto Transit Commission's York University Subway Station, architect of record Adamson Assoc. and engineer of record, Arup Canada.


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York University TTC Station-interior view (source: TTC/flickr)

The annual Awards Banquet celebrating the winners of the 2017 Ontario Concrete Awards was held November 29th at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Ten awards were handed out on the evening with projects from the Greater Toronto Area, the National Capital Region, Waterloo and the Niagara area claiming the prizes.

The most awarded project on the night went to the Toronto Transit Commission’s York University Subway Station, part of an extension that is scheduled to become operational December 17, 2017.

Among the award winning project owners and architects, the consulting engineers on the projects were also recognized including: AECOM, Arup, Bergmann Associates, Cunliffe & Associates, RJC, Rizz Engineering, and WSP.

The award winning projects and teams:

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York University TTC Station (source TTC/flickr)

Architectural Merit: York University TTC Subway Station project

  • owner: Toronto Transit Commision (TTC)
  • architect of record: Adamson Associates Architects
  • engineer of record: Arup Canada

Architectural Hardscape: National Holocaust Monument

  • owner: National Capital Commision
  • architect of record: Studio Libeskind
  • engineer of record: RJC Engineers

Infrastructure: Tie Up Walls Reconstruction Program

  • owner: St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp.
  • architect of record: Bergmann Associates
  • engineer of record: Bergmann Associates

Institutional Building: Broadview Public School

  • owner: Ottawa-Carleton District School Board
  • architect of record: Edward J. Cuhaci & Assoc.
  • engineer of record: Cunliffe & Assoc.

Material Development & Innovation: York University TTC Station

  • owner: Toronto Transit Commision (TTC)
  • architect of record: Adamson Associates Architects
  • engineer of record: Arup Canada

Mid- to High-Rise Residential: 222 Albert Street (Waterloo, Ontario)

  • owner: MNL Corner
  • architect of record: ASP Design Group
  • engineer of record: Rizz Engineering

Specialty Concrete Application: Weston Tunnel – phase 3

  • owner: Metrolinx
  • architect of record: Parsons
  • engineer of record: AECOM

Specialty Concrete Products: Niagara Region Wind Farm

  • owner: Boralex Inc.
  • developer: Enercon Canada Inc.
  • engineer of record: WSP Canada

Structural Design Innovation: York University TTC Station

  • owner: Toronto Transit Commision (TTC)
  • architect of record: Adamson Associates Architects
  • engineer of record: Arup Canada

Sustainable Concrete Construction: Environmental Science & Chemistry Bldg.

  • owner: University of Toronto
  • architect of record: Diamond Schmitt Architects
  • engineer of record: RJC Engineers