Awarded to Dr. Yang Gao, P.Eng., whose geomatics research on Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) is drastically improving accuracy and lowering the costs of location-based technology.
Awarded to Brian Thicke, P.Eng., who introduced many young engineers to the relatively unknown field of forensic engineering and guided them onto a new and exciting career path.
Awarded to Dr. Simaan AbouRizk, P.Eng., for more than 30 years of teaching, mentoring, and guiding young engineers, in both academic and industrial settings.
Awarded to Dr. Nashaat Nassar, P.Eng., for a large body of work that includes hundreds of papers and presentations, dozens of university courses taught, and recognition on the international level.
Awarded to Reza Nasseri, P.Eng., who has personally and professionally donated over $20 million to a variety of charities, and who actively fosters a culture of shared construction industry advancements.
Awarded to Leah Lawrence, P.Eng., for leadership and advocacy for entrepreneurs that are innovating towards better environmentally sustainable technology across Alberta and Canada.
Awarded to the Fort McMurray Wildfire Cleanup Team who coordinated the efficient removal and recovery of more than 203,000 tons of waste in the wake of the 2016 wildfires in Fort McMurray.
Awarded to Dr. Lynne Cowe Falls, P.Eng., for work mentoring a generation of young women engineer, and in developing the Homes of Hope program building homes in Mexico for disadvantaged families.
Awarded to Dr. Jocelyn L. Grozic, P.Eng. for work spearheading new recruitment and retention recommendations at the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering to encourage gender parity and diversity.
Awarded to Dr. Josephine Hill, P.Eng. for a lifetime of prolific leading-edge research on alternative energy and sustainable fuel generation that is recognized internationally for its rigour and quality.
Awarded to Dr. Andrzej Slawinski, P.Geol. whose lifetime of genuine concern for both people and science has inspired and guided young geologists to change the world with critical thinking and respectful practice.
Awarded to Dr. Janet A.W. Elliott, P.Eng. for inspiring a generation of young engineers with engaging lessons and developing a world-class interdisciplinary post-graduate program for engineering and medical science.
Awarded to Dr. Gary Faulkner, P.Eng., for a lifetime of service as volunteer, researcher, and teacher. He has developed rehabilitation treatments that explore and utilize robotics, virtual reality, and other innovations.
Awarded to Dr. Tracey Stock, P.Eng. for contributing over 100,000 hours of volunteer service to non-profit organizations over 45 years, such as Scouts Canada, Calgary Legal Guidance, Calgary Food Bank, and more.
Awarded to Oliver R. Kohlhammer, P.Eng. for his work redefining industry limits to achieve world-class levels of emissions reductions and water recycling, and for contributions to local and international communities.
Awarded to the Quest Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Project which reduces carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by more than one million tonnes a year by capturing and permanently storing them deep underground.
Awarded to Todd K. Simenson, P.Eng. for contributions to several award-winning projects, including water recovery after the wildfire, the Wandering River Regional Waterline, and other water sanitation projects.
Awarded to Dr. J.J. Roger Cheng, P.Eng., for service as the chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta.
Awarded to the South Red Deer Regional Wastewater System project for protections to the ecosystem and communities affected by wastewater in central Alberta.
Awarded to Lourdes Lugue, P.Eng., for improved processing of liquid pollutants and studies in their safe reuse.
Awarded to the Calgary Women in Klohn committee for improvements for women working in the industries and outreach to girls interested in the engineering and geoscience fields.
Awarded to Arden Spachynski, P.Eng., for excellent mentorship of many new Professional Engineers over 25 years.
Awarded to Paul Bauman, P.Eng., P.Geoph., for internationally recognized work on improving the use of and access to water in Kenya and Uganda.
Awarded to Leon Prebeau-Menezes, P.Eng., for outstanding research and contributions to oil-production optimization.
Awarded to Dr. Amina Robinson Fayek, P.Eng., for outstanding work in encouraging diversity in the classroom, academia, and the workplace.
Awarded to Dr. Kamal Botros, P.Eng., for work on the development of a custom-built shock-tube test facility that enables safer pipeline production.
Awarded to Dr. Jacques Georgy, P.Eng., for work on developing a portable system that enables a continuous, accurate, and portable navigation experience.
Awarded to Mr. Robin Gardiner for significant contributions to process safety on a global scale as Production Operations Manager at Shell Canada.