Buildings or other structures in which architectural considerations predominantly influenced the design of the structure.
Buildings, process plants or other structures in which engineering considerations predominantly influenced the design and construction of the structure.
Buildings or other structures in which steel has been reused, recycled or used as part of a sustainable development project i.e. LEED certification. If the projects steel has been recycled, an emphasis should be placed on value of time / money save. If the project is submitted as a sustainable project please include a LEED scorecard or explain the overall impact to the project.
Projects Converted to Steel
Buildings or other structures in which structural steel was chosen over other building material because of its unique qualities. This could be a project where structural steel was used in a project where other building materials could have been used, please explain why steel was chosen, or where steel was used to create an innovative product.
Both vehicle and pedestrian bridges are eligible project for this category where Structural Steel in the primary building material. A focus should be made on specific fabrication and erection challenges.
History of Strength
We would like to extend a special thank you to the 2017 Judging Panel:
Terry Wilk M.Eng., P.Eng., Stantec
Alex Fulop, P.Eng., TELSTORM Corp.
Edward Chan, OAA, MRAIC, LEED AP, LEAN, M.Arch, B.L.A., Zeidler Partnership Architects
Ferdo Simov, P.Eng., Entuitive
Ian Mountfort, P.Eng., Blackwell
Jacquie Leslie, Diamond Schmitt Architects
Michael Gallo, MEng, PEng., ENGENICO Structural Engineers
Michael Taylor B.A., M.Arch., OAA, MRAIC, Taylor Smyth Architects
Some images from our 2015 ON Design Awards can be seen at 2015 CISC Ontario Steel Design Awards Pictures
For further information or questions please contact:
Michael Minielly, Ontario Regional Manager