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CaGBC Honours Canada's Green Building Leaders at BLC 2019

Canada’s leading green building projects and innovators were honoured last night at the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) Leadership Awards Gala Dinner. The ceremony was held at the Vancouver Conference Centre as part of CaGBC’s National Conference and Showcase, Building Lasting Change.

The 2019 Leadership and Green Building Excellence Awards recognize individuals and organizations that demonstrate outstanding industry leadership and who have made significant contributions to the CaGBC’s mission and goals in advancing green building in Canada.

“Every year we are recognizing those individuals that are making a difference and affecting/leading change in Canada’s green building industry,” says Thomas Mueller, President and CEO of the CaGBC. “This year’s award winners are indicative of the passion, commitment and innovation that drives our industry to keeping moving forward in delivering change on the ground. This year’s Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Daniel Pearl, embodies those traits. Both as a practicing architect and an educator, he has influenced sustainable design and delivered ground breaking projects for decades.”

CaGBC Lifetime Achievement Award
Daniel Pearl, co-founder L’OEUF (l’Office de l’Éclectisme Urbain et Fonctionnel)

CaGBC Inspired Educator Award | Sponsored by: GWL Realty Advisors
Cheryl Fryers, Professor, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Architectural Technologies

Government Leadership Award | Sponsored by: Stantec
Public Services and Procurement Canada

The Ed Lim Technical Leadership Award | Formerly the Technical Volunteer Leadership Award
Guillaume Martel, Architect and Sustainability Specialist, Provencher_Roy Architectes

CaGBC Volunteer Leadership – Chapter
Natalie Irwin, Director of Stakeholder Engagement for Efficiency Canada

CaGBC Green Building Champion Award
Lisa Westerhoff, Integral Group

CaGBC Green Building Pioneer Award
Roland Charneux, Pageau Morel et associés inc.

Emerging Green Leader Award | Sponsored by: DIALOG
Afaf Azzouz, Buildings Performance Engineer, Stantec

Students Leading Sustainability: Andy Kesteloo Memorial Project Award
Bianca Dahlman, The Weave Cultural Centre

CaGBC Green Building Product of the Year Award | Sponsored by: UL Environment
SoyaOil Coatings Canada Inc.

Green Building Excellence – Tenant Improvement
Prairie Architects Inc., Office

Green Building Excellence – Inspiring Home
Parkdale Landing, Housing Retrofit

Green Building Excellence – Zero Carbon Award | Sponsored by: Integral Group
École Curé-Paquin

Green Building Excellence – New Construction | Sponsored by: Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Cooling
Western University, Engineering Building

Green Building Excellence – Existing Building
4711 Yonge , Marisa Construction Ltd. and Menkes Property Management Services Ltd.

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