Steel structures win awards
The Ontario and Quebec chapters of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction recently announced winners in their...
The Ontario and Quebec chapters of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction recently announced winners in their annual design awards.
In May, the Ontario Region CISC announced three awards: St. Michael’s Hospital Victoria Wing addition in Toronto won an Honourable Mention in the engineering category. Carruthers & Wallace are the structural engineers, with A.J. Diamond, Donald Schmitt & Company, and Farrugia Associates as architects.
In the architectural category, the Ottawa Airport Combined Services Building won as the outstanding steel structure. Adjelian Allen Rubeli are the structural engineers, and Griffiths Rankin Cook are the architects. An honourable mention in this category also went to the Federal Food Quality program facility in Guelph, with Halsall Associates as structural engineer, and Scott Morris Architects.
Jurors in the Ontario awards included Wai Cheng, principal of C & V Engineering, and Bill Clark of Morrison Hershfield.
In Quebec, an award of excellence went to the wind farm at Le Nordais de Matane et Cap-Chat, with AXOR (Giovanni Cipolla, Louis A. Gagnon) as consulting engineers. An honourable mention went to Nortel Networks’ Ville St-Laurent OPTO 1, integration centre. Quinn Dressel (Joseph Gallacio) are structural engineers, and Menkes Shooner Dagenais are architects.
An award of excellence also went to the Tele-Universite of the Universite du Quebec, in Quebec. Genivar (Claude Moyen) and Dessau-Soprin (Jean de Gaspe Lizotte) are the consulting engineers. Bernard et Cloutier and Cote Chabot Morel are the architects. The Ecole de foresterie et technologie du bois (forestry and wood technology) in Duchesnay won an honourable mention, with BPR Groupe-Conseil (Eric Boucher) and Genivar (Guy Voyer) as consulting engineers. Regis Cote and Poulin Villeneuve are the architects.
The Quebec jury included Pierre Raymond, ing. of les consultants Gemec.