Ontario Construction News staff writer
The Canada BIM Council (CanBIM) has announced the nominees for the fifth Annual 2019 Innovation Spotlight Awards, recognizing technology leadership and innovation within the Architectural, Engineering, Construction and Owner & Facility Management (AECO) industries.
Finalists will be announced on Sept. 25 in Toronto.
CanBIM recognizes industry leaders in six award categories: Academic, Technology – In House, Technology- Commercial, Trades, General Contractor, and Design and Engineering.
Top honours are presented to the Best In Innovation. Candidates for this category will be selected from the winners of each of the award categories. CanBIM will also be recognizing its Volunteer of the year with the Trailblazer Award as well as the Professional Achievement Award which will go to the CanBIM member(s) who have made a significant and meaningful contribution to the advancement of Canada’s digital transformation through the implementation of technology and innovation.
ETS – BIM-Based Automated Code Checking
George Brown College – CCET – Scanning and Mapping of Chester Le Community Housing
Technology Award – In House
Hatch Bantrel Joint Venture – Jansen Project – Integrated Construction Centre (ICC)
IBI Group – BIMbot / BIM Track Integration
Technology Award – Commercial
Get-Tech Innovation Solutions Inc. – LOD Planner
Graitec – Advance BIM Designers, Reinforced Concrete
NBS – Chorus for Canada
Revizto – 3DreamTeam Inc.
Victaulic – Victaulic Tools For Revit
Division 15 Mechanical – Simon Fraser University SE3P Building
Plan Group – LCBO – 100 Queens Quay
Plan Group – 81 Bay Street
General Contractors Award
Maple Reinders – Chartwell Corporate Head Office
Pomerleau – Willow Square Continuing Care Centre
Design and Engineering Award
CIMA+ | Jacobs | Region of Peel – BIM Migration – Taking the First Steps
DIALOG – University of Calgary MacKimmie Complex
PG Design Studio – The HUB
Smith + Andersen – The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Phase 1C
Stantec – Shaping High-Rise Towers to Meet Future Energy Codes