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Call for entries: 2014 Ontario Consulting Engineering Awards


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October 17, 2014

As it prepares to mark its 40th anniversary, the Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) plans to recognize engineering excellence in projects that have enhanced the economic, social and environmental well-being of Ontario and locations around the globe. CEO members may submit entries to the 2015 Ontario Consulting Engineering Awards, which will be presented during a gala dinner on Saturday, April 18, 2015 at the International Centre in Toronto.

“This prestigious event is a unique opportunity for CEO member firms to showcase important projects and the accomplishments of their firm, while being recognized for a commitment to excellence and innovation in engineering,” said Barry Steinberg, chief executive officer of CEO.
 
Awards will be presented in 12 categories, including the top honour, the Willis Chapman Award, which is reserved solely for Ontario-based projects.
 
Awards of Excellence will be handed out to firms of various sizes for projects either in Ontario or outside the province, provided they were managed from an Ontario office. Categories include firms with one to 25 employees, firms with 26 to 50 employees, firms with 51 to 100 employees, firms with 101 to 350 employees and firms with more than 351 employees.
 
In addition, CEO will present Awards of Merit in six categories, including Building Engineering and Science; Environment; Industry, Energy and Resources; Project Management; Studies and Research; and Transportation.
 
There is no fee to submit an entry and member firms may submit up to five entries. The one-page “Notice of Intention” must be emailed to hromero@ceo.on.ca  by Tuesday, October, 28, 2014. Deadline for all other project requirements is Monday, November 24, 2014. More information on categories and submission guidelines can be found at www.ceo.on.ca or by contacting Holly Romero at hromero@ceo.on.ca or tel. 416.620.1400, ext. 227.


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