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Chapter Level Awards

recipient
Joel Primeau
Awarded in May 2014

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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
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Commercial Buildings - Existing
1st Place
David Yin
Stantec

In 2013 Stantec Ottawa move into the newly developed central location at 1331 Clyde Avenue. The new office building is a five-storey building with approximate 100,000 square feet gross floor area and ground floor retail spaces. Stantec occupied the office spaces from level 2 to level 5. The project is pursuing a LEED Gold level certification for commercial improvement (CI), furthering the sustainability goals of the company.
recipient
II
Institutional Buildings - New
1st Place
Georges Maamari
BPA Inc.

New construction of elementary school in Gatineau which included 18 classrooms, 3 kindergarten and day-care services spaces.  A gymnasium as well as a library is also part of the program along with a cafeteria and administrative spaces. The projects is currently undergoing LEED Silver certification. Project includes fresh-air heat recovery using the reverse flow system,  low temperature condensing boilers, low temperature radiant panel, low-flow plumbing fixtures, daylight harvesting lighting control and an active solar wall.
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
V
Public Assembly Buildings - Existing
VI
Residential Buildings - New
VI
Residential Buildings - Existing
VII
Alternative and/or Renewable Energy Use