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Chapter Level Awards

recipient
Imtee Baksh
Awarded in May 2006

recipient
CHAPTER AND REGIONAL AWARDS
Al Oakes Award of Excellence

The AL OAKES AWARD OF EXCELLENCE was established in memory of Past-President Al Oakes, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the Ottawa Valley Chapter of ASHRAE.

*In the 2014-2015 Chapter Year, this award was renamed as the BAKER-OAKES AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, to also recognize the contributions of Past-President Paul Baker to the Chapter.

The award is presented to acknowledge a member's dedication and service to the chapter.

2016-2017*   2015-2016* Roderic Potter
2014-2015* Aaron Dobson 2013-2014 Joel Primeau
2012-2013 Patrick Albert 2011-2012 Mike Swayne
2010-2011 Chris Frauley & Barry Riddell 2009-2010 -
2008-2009 Stephen Lynch 2007-2008 Jason Alexander
2006-2007 - 2005-2006 Imtee Baksh
2004-2005 - 2003-2004 Cynthia Gillis
2002-2003 Tony Doyon 2001-2002 Glenn MacLean
2000-2001 Robert Lefebvre 1999-2000 Cathy Godin
1998-1999 Robert Kilpatrick 1997-1998 Frank Bann
1996-1997 Chris Healey 1995-1996 -
1994-1995 Marc Carriere 1993-1994 Paul Seguin
1992-1993 - 1991-1992 Frank Vaculik
1990-1991 Jim Gregory 1989-1990 Don McKeen
1988-1989 Frank Tipper 1987-1988 Dalton McIntyre
1986-1987 Ray Young 1985-1986 Keith Murfin
1984-1985 Paul Baker 1983-1984 George Carscallen

Chapter Technology Awards

I
Commercial Buildings - New
1st Place
Rob Lefebvre
Goodkey Weedmark & Associates Ltd.

269 Laurier Avenue, Ottawa, a 19-storey downtown office building of 480,000 square feet.


recipient
I
Commercial Buildings - Existing


II
Institutional Buildings - New
1st Place
Frank Bann
Goodkey Weedmark & Associates Ltd.

Berrigan School, Barrhaven, a 2-storey 75,000 square foot elementary school for the Ottawa Carleton District School Board.


recipient
II
Institutional Buildings - Existing

III
Health Care Facilities - New

III
Health Care Facilities - Existing
IV
Industrial Facilities or Processes - New


IV
Industrial Facilities or Processes - Existing
V
Public Assembly Buildings - New
1st Place
Marc Chiasson
Genivar
Bell SENSPlex, a 180,000 square foot, multi-use sports complex located in Ottawa’s west end, containing four (4) ice surfaces and a 21,000 square foot indoor playing field.











2nd Place
Rob Lefebvre
Goodkey Weedmark & Associates Ltd.
Carleton University twin ice pad arena, a new 82,000 square foot facility consisting of two year-round ice rinks, locker rooms, meeting rooms and offices.

recipient

recipient
V
Public Assembly Buildings - Existing
VI
Residential Buildings - New
1st Place
Megan Wallace
Genivar

NOTC (Venture) Phase ll, a project consisting of two (2) buildings located at CFB Esquimalt, Victoria; a six-storey accommodations building of 78,000 square feet, and a dining building with full commercial kitchen, servery and dining hall.








2nd Place
Frank Bann
Goodkey Weedmark & Associates Ltd.
Caritas Residence, a 3-storey, 38,000 square foot residence for the Grey Sisters of Immaculate Conception in Pembroke.

recipient

recipient
VI
Residential Buildings - Existing
VII
Alternative and/or Renewable Energy Use