CBN and Actual Media thank all those who submitted projects for consideration and congratulate the finalists – all nominated projects are proof of the vibrancy, innovation and excellence in Canada’s brownfield industry!

REPROGRAM

Legislation, Policy and Program Initiatives

WINNER:

Guidelines for Development of Contaminated or Potentially Contaminated Sites
City of Guelph, Ontario

The other finalists in this category are:

Brownfield Redevelopment Program Policy/Grant
Town of Mayerthorpe, Alberta

Excess Soils Model By-law
Ontario Soil Regulation Task Force, Ontario

Kingston Failed Tax Sale Redevelopments
City of Kingston, Ontario

2016 Brownie Award: REPROGRAM

REMEDIATE

Sustainable Remediation and Technological Innovation

WINNER:

Brantford’s Sydenham Pearl Brownfield Remediation and Urban Renewal
Brantford, ON

The other finalists in this category are:

Atlas Landfill Remediation
Welland, Ontario

Lac-Mégantic Remediation
Lac-Mégantic, Québec

Lehigh Cement Contaminated Soil Reclamation/Reuse
Edmonton, Alberta

Use of Phytoremediation to Rehabilitate Former Industrial Sites
Eastern Montréal, Québec

2016 Brownie Award: REMEDIATE

REINVEST

Financing, Risk Management and Partnerships

WINNER:

Atlas Landfill Remediation
Welland, Ontario

The other finalists in this category are:

Centre Suites on 3rd Avenue
Owen Sound, Ontario

2016 Brownie Award: REINVEST

REBUILD

Redevelopment at the Local, Site Scale

WINNER:

Orillia Recreation Facility
Orillia, Ontario

The other finalists in this category are:

New Eva’s Phoenix
Toronto, Ontario

St. Michael’s Hospital Redevelopment
Toronto, Ontario

2016 Brownie Award: REBUILD

REACH OUT

Communication, Marketing and Public Engagement

WINNER:

Leadership in Brownfields Renewal
Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Ottawa, Ontario

The other finalists in this category are:

Inspiration Port Credit
Mississauga, Ontario

John Hart Generating Station Replacement
Campbell River, British Columbia

2016 Brownie Award: REACH OUT

The judges also gave three additional awards: best small project, best large project and best overall project. All nominated projects are eligible for these categories. The winning projects are:

BEST SMALL PROJECT

WINNER:

Centre Suites on 3rd Avenue
Owen Sound, Ontario

2016 Brownie Award: BEST SMALL SCALE

BEST LARGE PROJECT

WINNER:

ION: Light Rail Transit in Waterloo Region
Region of Waterloo, Ontario

2016 Brownie Award: BEST LARGE SCALE

Brownfielder of the Year Award

WINNER:

Nathan Richard
City of Kingston

2016 Brownie Awards: BROWNFIELDERS OF THE YEAR, past and present

Thank you to our judges

The Canadian Brownfields Network and Actual Media would like to thank the 2016 Brownie Awards judging panel:

  • D. Grant Walsom, XCG Consulting Limited, Chair of the Judging Panel
  • Eric K. Pringle, Milestone Environmental Contracting
  • Isaël Poirier, Canadian Brownfields Network, Vice President
  • Chris de Sousa, Ryerson University
  • Pamela Kraft, Toronto Transit Commission/Ontario Professional Planners Institute
  • Krista Barfoot, CH2M
  • Stéphanie Bohdanow, Federation of Canadian Municipalities – Green Municipal Fund
  • Glenn Miller, Canadian Urban Institute
  • Bill Birdsell, J. William Birdsell Architecture (Ontario Association of Architects Immediate Past President)
  • Bill Stiebel, Stantec Consulting Ltd.
  • Alan McCammon, British Columbia Ministry of Environment
  • Todd Latham, Actual Media
  • Toon Dreesen, Dreesen Cardinal Architects Inc. (Ontario Association of Architects President)