ALERT – Deadline Extended: 2017 Canadian Consulting Engineer Awards
Due to multiple requests, the new Stage 1 deadline is – Tuesday, April 4 - Get your entries in.
The deadline to submit a Notice of Intention to Enter the 2017 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards / Prix Canadiens du Genie-Conseil 2017, has been extended.
The new Stage 1 deadline is – Tuesday, April 4.
At this time the Notice of Intention to Enter form and Entry Fee of $350.00 + $45.50 HST/TVH is due.
The Stage 2 and 3 deadlines to submit materials remain at April 18 and 20.
These are Canada’s most prestigious awards for engineering projects, providing national recognition for your firm and employees.
Presented by the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies-Canada and Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine, the program is now in its 49th year. To be eligible, project entries must be the work of at least one person who is licensed by a professional engineering association and who is an owner or employee of a firm in good standing with the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies-Canada (ACEC/AFIC). Joint entries are permitted as long as one of the entering firms is an ACEC member.
The awards are celebrated at a gala dinner in Ottawa in the October. The list of Award winners is publicized nationwide, and the projects are published in detail in the October-November issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine. Entries are also permanently showcased on the magazine’s website.
Entries are invited in English or French. Projects must have been completed between January 2014 and December 2016.
- Water Resources
- Environmental Remediation
- Natural Resources, Mining, Industry, Energy
- Special Projects
- Project Management
- Community Outreach & In-House Initiatives
The jury will select up to 20 Awards of Excellence and Five Special Awards.
STAGE 1 – EXTENDED TO TUESDAY, APRIL 4 – Notice of Intention to Enter and Entry Fee due.
STAGE 2 -TUESDAY, APRIL 18
STAGE 3 – THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 5 p.m. EDT
Complete entry details are available “Information & Entry Rules.” Click here.
Questions? Contact Doug Picklyk, Editor, Canadian Consulting Engineer,
tel. 416-510-5119, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org