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Towers, parking garage, park, road widening among innovation awards

The Ontario Concrete Awards were announced on December 1. The nine winners were:

December 13, 2011   Canadian Consulting Engineer

The Ontario Concrete Awards were announced on December 1. The nine winners were:

Automotive Centre of Excellence at the University of Ontario Institute for Technology, Oshawa. Engineer: Halcrow Yolles. Architect: Diamond + Schmitt. (Architectural merit.)

Toronto Pearson International Airport Value Park Garage, Mississauga. Engineer and architect: NORR. (Institutional building/material development/innovation precast concrete.)

QEW Widening, St. Catherines. Engineer: Morrison Hershfield. (Infrastructure.)

Absolute World, Mississauga. Engineer: Sigmund Soudack & Associates. Architect: Burka Architects. (Mid-to-highrise residential.)

York University Life Sciences Building, Toronto. Engineer: Blackwell Bowick Partnership. Architects: NXL and SSG. (Structural design innovation.)

Courtcliffe Park Phase 3, Hamilton. Engineer: AMEC Environment & Infrastructure. (Specialty concrete products.)

Lafarge Technical Centre, Toronto. Engineer: Ireland Engineering Associates. Architect: John D. Dorris  (Material development/Innovation cast-in-place concrete.)

Enermodal Office Building “A Grander View,” Kitchener. Engineer: MTE Consultants. Architect: Robertson Simmons. (Sustainable concrete construction.)

Sherbourne Common, Toronto. Engineer: Quinn Dressel. Architect: Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg. (Architectural hardscape.)


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