Finalists have been announced for 2019!
Please join us at the Delta Toronto hotel on November 26 to celebrate excellence and innovation in brownfield remediation and redevelopment
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The Brownies are open to everyone in the brownfield community, and are designed to recognize excellence in projects or programs. A panel of judges, drawn from the industry, will determine the winners.
Legislation, Policy & Program Initiatives
- Soil Reuse Program Approval, Toronto, ON
- Temporary Modular Housing, Vancouver, BC
- Waterloo BrownfieldsFinancial Incentive, Waterloo, ON
Sustainable Remediation & Technological Innovation
- Anaerobic Bioremediation, La Ronge, SK
- City of Sarnia Centennial Park, Sarnia, ON
- Remediation of Former EDC-VCM Plant, Varennes, QC
Financing, Risk Management & Partnerships
- Lakeview Village, Mississauga, ON
- Park City Commons, Winnipeg, MB
- Reunion Crossing, Toronto, ON
Project Development: Building Scale
- 75 Billy Bishop, Toronto, ON
- Avenir Centre Sustainable Remediation, Moncton, NB
- Cherry Street Stormwater Lakefilling, Toronto, ON
- Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC
Project Development: Neighbourhood Scale
- Armour Road, Peterborough, ON
- Greenrock Business Park, Nanaimo, BC
- The Barrel Yards, Waterloo, ON
- West Donlands Block 8, Toronto, ON
Communications, Marketing & Public Engagement
- 4 Avenue Flyover, Calgary, AB
- Tannery District, Cobourg, ON
- Waterfront Plan – Town of Ladysmith, Ladysmith, BC
BROWNFIELDER OF THE YEAR AWARD:
This award will be given out at the Gala event, recognizing an individual who has a reputation as a champion for brownfield redevelopment; promotes a better understanding of brownfields as strategic assets; invests exceptional personal effort to further the cause of brownfield redevelopment. Join us November 26th to find out who this year’s winner will be.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who can submit a Brownie nomination?
Any organization involved in brownfield redevelopment in Canada can submit a nomination – municipalities, utilities, developers, consultants, property owners, non-governmental organizations, regulators, etc. – either on behalf of someone else or for its own work.
Does the project/program I nominate have to meet all of the detailed criteria?
Nominated projects/programs should meet the majority of the criteria for the category in which they’re nominated, and we recognize that outstanding performance for one of the criteria can outweigh criteria that do not apply to a project/program and that it is rare for a nominated project to score ten out of ten on each of the relevant criteria. We encourage you to nominate a project, even if it doesn’t, in your opinion, address all the criteria in its category.
Does the project/program have to involve a CBN member, either as manager/leader or part of the team?
Nominations are open to everyone involved in Canadian brownfield redevelopment, and there is no requirement an individual involved in the project/program to be a member of CBN.
What recognition is given to nominated projects?
The list and a description of short-listed projects/programs will be published on this website (BrownieAwards.ca), the CBN website (CanadianBrownfieldsNetwork.ca). Additionally, they will be posted to ReNewCanada.net and distributed through its ReNewsletter digital media eBlast.
Winners will have the opportunity to give a short overview of their projects at the Brownie Awards Gala, and will receive an original piece of art, handcrafted by Floyd Elzinga. They will also be able to include “2019 Brownie Award winner” and CBN/Brownie Awards branding in their marketing and communications.
How can I nominate a project/program?
CBN is now accepting nominations for the Brownies in the above categories. If you or someone you know has a noteworthy project or program you feel should be recognized by us, please complete the nomination. Download the nomination form in PDF, complete the form and save it to your computer, then email it as an attachment to David Petrie of CBN at email@example.com. If you have any questions, please call David Petrie 416-491-2886 ext. 249. The nomination deadline is Friday, September 13. Please note you do not need to be a CBN member to be nominated.
What are the criteria for the Brownfielder of the Year?
The Brownfielder of the Year award is given to recognize an outstanding individual in the industry who has a reputation as a champion for brownfield redevelopment; promotes a better understanding of brownfields as strategic assets; and, invests exceptional personal effort to further the cause of brownfield redevelopment.
Do you have more questions about the Award process?
If you have any questions about the process or criteria, please contact David Petrie of CBN; you can also call us at 416-491-2886 ext. 249.