The top prize of evening, the Willis Chipman Award, was presented to John G. Cooke and Associates for the Government Conference Centre rehabilitation project in Ottawa.
The focus of this year’s event, the fourth annual, was to establish relationships with newly-elected members of provincial parliament and to reconnect with returning MPPs.
Jeremy Carkner of Morrison Hershfield takes on the role of Chair, and Karen Freund of Jacobs is elected to replace colleague Peter Mallory’s position on the Board.
McIntosh Perry Consulting Engineers Ltd. took home the highest award, the Willis Chipman, for their Industrial & Mine Area Clean-Up, Phase 3: Deloro Mine Site project.
Eligible projects must have been completed from January 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017.
R.V. Anderson Associates takes top honour at the 15th annual Awards event where 12 projects were recognized for outstanding achievement.