Wood structures win awards in Ontario
Winners in the 2005 Wood Works Awards were announced in November. The awards celebrate Ontario wood-based construct...
Winners in the 2005 Wood Works Awards were announced in November. The awards celebrate Ontario wood-based construction and are sponsored by the Canadian Wood Council and industry partners.
The winners were:
Heritage Award: University of Waterloo, School of Architecture, Cambridge, Ontario. Engineer: Blackwell Bowick Partnership.
Green by Design Award. E’Terra, Tobermory, Ontario. Engineer: Enermodal Engineering. Residential: Heathdale House, Toronto. Engineer: Sigmund Soudack & Associates.
Multi-Unit: Peel Youth Village, Mississauga, Ontario. Engineer: Peter Sheffield & Associates.
Commercial: The Woodsource, Ottawa. Engineer: TSC Engineering.
Small Institutional: Haliburton School of the Arts, Fleming College, Haliburton, Ontario. Engineer: Blackwell Bowick Partnership.
Large Institutional: Credit Valley Hospital Ambulatory Care Centre and Carlo Fidani Peel Regional Cancer Centre, Mississauga, Ontario. Engineeer: Halsall Associates.
Jury’s Choice (joint winners): Timmins Library and Coalition Centre of Excellence, Timmins, Ontario. Engineer: B.H. Martin Consultants & Deer Lake New K-12 School, Deer Lake First Nation, Ontario. Engineer: Lavergne Draward & Associates.
David Bowick of Blackwell Bowick Partnership won the Building the Future – Engineer Award, as a person who consistently demonstrates innovative wood applications.