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Society Level Awards

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Zuraimi Sultan
Awarded in 2017

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PERSONAL AWARDS FOR GENERAL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES
Distinguished Service Award

This award recognizes members of ASHRAE who have served the Society faithfully and with distinction on committees or otherwise given freely of their time and talent on behalf of the Society (15 service points are required).

  • A completed DSA/ESA Point Tally Form (available via the Honors and Awards Webpage), current ASHRAE Biographical Record, and digital photo must be submitted with each nomination
  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque and lapel pin
  • No limit on number awarded per year
  • Deadline for nomination: May 1
recipient
Wahid Maref
Awarded in 2017

recipient
PERSONAL AWARDS FOR GENERAL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES
Distinguished Service Award

This award recognizes members of ASHRAE who have served the Society faithfully and with distinction on committees or otherwise given freely of their time and talent on behalf of the Society (15 service points are required).

  • A completed DSA/ESA Point Tally Form (available via the Honors and Awards Webpage), current ASHRAE Biographical Record, and digital photo must be submitted with each nomination
  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque and lapel pin
  • No limit on number awarded per year
  • Deadline for nomination: May 1
recipient
Kamel Haddad
Awarded in 2017

recipient
PERSONAL AWARDS FOR GENERAL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES
Distinguished Service Award

This award recognizes members of ASHRAE who have served the Society faithfully and with distinction on committees or otherwise given freely of their time and talent on behalf of the Society (15 service points are required).

  • A completed DSA/ESA Point Tally Form (available via the Honors and Awards Webpage), current ASHRAE Biographical Record, and digital photo must be submitted with each nomination
  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque and lapel pin
  • No limit on number awarded per year
  • Deadline for nomination: May 1

Regional Level Awards

recipient
Christine Kemp
Awarded in 2016

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CHAPTER AND REGIONAL AWARDS
Chapter Service Award

Regional Award of Merit and Chapter Service Award

Both awards recognize activities and contributions of members at the regional and chapter level. Ten (10) points are required for the Regional Award of Merit; Twelve (12) points are required for the Chapter Service Award.

  • Recognition is in the form of a certificate
  • Nominations are made by delegate from candidate's chapter at the Chapters Regional Conference (CRC)
  • An updated ASHRAE Biographical Record and Point Tally Form are required for the Regional Award of Merit and the Chapter Service Award (Available via the Honors and Awards webpage)
  • Regional Award of Merit - No Limit on awards per chapter per year in each region
  • Chapter Service Award - No Limit on awards per chapter per year in each region
recipient
Roderic Potter
Awarded in 2016

recipient
CHAPTER AND REGIONAL AWARDS
Chapter Service Award

Regional Award of Merit and Chapter Service Award

Both awards recognize activities and contributions of members at the regional and chapter level. Ten (10) points are required for the Regional Award of Merit; Twelve (12) points are required for the Chapter Service Award.

  • Recognition is in the form of a certificate
  • Nominations are made by delegate from candidate's chapter at the Chapters Regional Conference (CRC)
  • An updated ASHRAE Biographical Record and Point Tally Form are required for the Regional Award of Merit and the Chapter Service Award (Available via the Honors and Awards webpage)
  • Regional Award of Merit - No Limit on awards per chapter per year in each region
  • Chapter Service Award - No Limit on awards per chapter per year in each region
recipient
Catherine Godin
Awarded in 2016

recipient
CHAPTER AND REGIONAL AWARDS
Regional Award of Merit

Regional Award of Merit and Chapter Service Award

Both awards recognize activities and contributions of members at the regional and chapter level. Ten (10) points are required for the Regional Award of Merit; Twelve (12) points are required for the Chapter Service Award.

  • Recognition is in the form of a certificate
  • Nominations are made by delegate from candidate's chapter at the Chapters Regional Conference (CRC)
  • An updated ASHRAE Biographical Record and Point Tally Form are required for the Regional Award of Merit and the Chapter Service Award (Available via the Honors and Awards webpage)
  • Regional Award of Merit - No Limit on awards per chapter per year in each region
  • Chapter Service Award - No Limit on awards per chapter per year in each region
recipient
Roderic Potter
Awarded in 2016

recipient
CHAPTER AND REGIONAL AWARDS
Regional Award of Merit

Regional Award of Merit and Chapter Service Award

Both awards recognize activities and contributions of members at the regional and chapter level. Ten (10) points are required for the Regional Award of Merit; Twelve (12) points are required for the Chapter Service Award.

  • Recognition is in the form of a certificate
  • Nominations are made by delegate from candidate's chapter at the Chapters Regional Conference (CRC)
  • An updated ASHRAE Biographical Record and Point Tally Form are required for the Regional Award of Merit and the Chapter Service Award (Available via the Honors and Awards webpage)
  • Regional Award of Merit - No Limit on awards per chapter per year in each region
  • Chapter Service Award - No Limit on awards per chapter per year in each region

Chapter Level Awards

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Steve Moons
Awarded in May 2017

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CHAPTER AND REGIONAL AWARDS
Baker-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* Steve Moons 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

Regional Technology Awards

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Commercial Buildings - New
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Commercial Buildings - Existing
II
Institutional Buildings - New
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

 


Chapter Technology Awards

I
Commercial Buildings - New
1st Place
Ross McIntyre
Goodkey Weedmark & Associates Ltd.

Ciena Canada Buildings B&C – 5050 Innovation Drive

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Commercial Buildings - Existing

II
Institutional Buildings - New
1st Place
Georges Maamari
Bouthillette Parizeau Inc.
Ecole des Cavalier
This new school includes 4 preschool classrooms, 24 regular classrooms, an after school care facility, a library, a gymnasium, multipurpose spaces and administrative offices. This school is a functional building adjusted to meet the needs of young children while minimizing the impact on the environment through the use of sensible construction processes and materials. Three (3) ground source heat pumps combined with 16 wells are used to heat and cool the entire building. High-efficiency natural gas condensing boilers are used to supplement the low temperature hot water heating system during peak winter days. With variable frequency drives installed on all distribution pumps and central air handling systems, all air and water installations operate as a variable flow systems, Energy recovery is installed on all exhaust air system to pre-heat or pre-cool fresh air. CO2 sensors were installed in all classrooms and offices allowing a significant reduction in fresh air while maintaining a high indoor air quality.   The building’s energy model revealed it to be 70,7% more energy efficient than ASHRAE 90.1-2007. Many of the energy efficiency measures implemented during the construction has allowed the building to submit for a LEED® Gold certification. (Certification is pending)

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Institutional Buildings - Existing
1st Place
Frank Bann
Goodkey Weedmark & Associates Ltd.
Longfields-Davidson Heights S.S. – Addition
A 6,000 m2, three (3) storey secondary school designed with multiple sustainable features and to OCDSB Guidelines. The facility includes classroom areas, atrium, gathering area, and gymnasium with change room facilities. The building will receive Enbridge and HPNC grants for high efficiency A/C units, energy efficient lighting and use of variable speed drives. Sustainable Features Included:

  • Full energy modeling during design with evaluation of systems
  • High performance, energy efficient, LED light fixtures
  • Energy efficient mechanical systems
  • High efficiency condensing boiler & water heaters
  • Energy exhaust heat recovery for rooftop units
  • Variable speed pumping, fans & compressors
  • Full direct digital control systems
  • Occupancy sensors for open areas and classrooms
  • Photocell and time switch controlled exterior light fixtures integrated with DDC system.
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