Canadian Hydronics Council Award of Merit goes to Lance MacNevin
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Originally from PEI, MacNevin spent over 20 years with REHAU before joining the Plastics Pipe Institute in 2015.
The Canadian Hydronics Council (CHC) has presented its annual Award of Merit, the highest honour for an individual in the Canadian hydronics industry, to Lance MacNevin, P.Eng.
Originally from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, MacNevin is a professional engineer and a graduate from the University of New Brunswick. He spent over 20 years with REHAU before joining the Plastics Pipe Institute in 2015.
A regular speaker and attendee at hydronics conferences, MacNevin also serves on multiple technical standards and codes committees with ASHRAE, CSA, ASPE, ASTM, AWWA, IAPMO, ICC, IGSHPA, and RPA.
The CHC Award of Merit, launched in 2012, is given to an industry volunteer who has contributed to the hydronics industry in Canada for at least 10 years, and whose contributions of time, knowledge and expertise have improved the professional profile of the industry through education, training, public relations, technical achievements or the development of codes and standards. MacNevin has done plenty on all counts.