Engineers and geoscientists bc Awards

Nominations for the 2022 Engineers and Geoscientists BC Awards are currently being accepted until 5:00 PM on Thursday, April 21, 2022.

Online Award Nomination Form

Please read this first:

  • Nominations must be received by Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia by 5:00 PM on Thursday, April 21, 2022.
  • Please review the Engineers and Geoscientists BC Terms of Reference, which include information on the award categories and eligibility.
  • It is important to note that the nomination form does not allow you to save your work as you go. It is recommended that you review the information required by selecting an award category from the drop down menu, and completing your work in a word processing program. When you are ready to proceed you can copy and paste your information from your word document into the form.
  • You will receive a confirmation email once your online award nomination has been received. 
  • Letters of support must be addressed to: Standing Awards Advisory Group.
  • The online award nomination form allows for the inclusion of attachments in PDF or Word files for letters of support, a resume, and supporting materials.
  • Current Engineers and Geoscientists BC staff and Council members are not eligible for an Engineers and Geoscientists BC Award. Current members of staff, Council, and Standing Awards Advisory Group members should not nominate candidates.
  • Engineers and Geoscientists BC Awards may be conferred posthumously at the discretion of the Standing Awards Advisory Group; however the nominee must be living at the time of nomination.
  • The Standing Awards Advisory Group will review all nominations, and make recommendations to Council regarding the recipients of the awards. The Standing Awards Advisory Group, at its discretion, may carry forward nominations from the previous year. They may also decide not to select a recipient for one or more awards each year.
  • All correspondence will be conducted between the Standing Awards Advisory Group and the principal nominator on the online nomination form.
  • ​The Standing Awards Advisory Group would prefer that a nomination not be revealed to a candidate before its consideration by Council.

Contact Information

If you have questions about the Engineers and Geoscientists BC Awards, eligibility of a candidate, or require support in making an award nomination, please contact [email protected].

I hereby nominate for the 2022
Professional Designation(s) of the award nominee *

Award Nominee Contact Information

Contact details of the person being nominated for the award.
Home Address
Home Telephone
Home Email
Employer
Employer Address
Work Telephone
Work Email
Present Position/Title

Principal Nominator Contact Information

Contact details of the person making the nomination, and whom Engineers and Geoscientists BC will be contacting regarding the nomination.
Full name *
Email *
Telephone *
Mailing Address *
Designation (if applicable)
Company name (if applicable)

Statement of Nomination *

Please write a brief statement describing why the nominee should receive the award (500 words or less).

Professional and Technical Achievements *

Please describe how the nominee has made significant technical contributions, including leadership, to professional engineering. Be sure to include how the candidate has exhibited concern for public welfare that characterizes the profession at its best (500 words or less).

Volunteer Service Contributions *

Please describe how the nominee’s volunteer service with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, Engineers Canada, Geoscientists Canada, or other professional or technical organization related to engineering has contributed to advancing professional practice and/or public safety in BC (500 words or less).

Contribution To Public Safety *

Please describe in one or two short sentences how the nominee is contributing to enhanced public safety, wellbeing, or interest of the public through their professional and technical achievements or volunteer service. (150 words or less).

Supporting Documentation

  • It is essential that detailed supporting evidence of a nominee's eligibility for an award (letters of support) and an abbreviated CV/resume be provided. If photos, newspaper or magazine clippings, or work project details are available, they should be included as additional information.
  • Please note that the total size of all attachments cannot exceed 30 MB
Curriculum Vitae/Resume *
  • Required
  • Maximum of five pages
  • To be attached as one PDF or Word file
Letters of Support *
  • One is required
  • Up to four can be submitted
  • Letters to be attached in PDF or word files
Additional Supporting Information
  • Optional - News clippings, media coverage, photos, examples of work projects e.t.c.
  • A maximum of three pages of additional information may be submitted
  • Additional information to be attached in PDF or word files

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The Standing Awards Advisory Group will review all nominations and make recommendations to Engineers and Geoscientists BC Council regarding the recipients of the awards. Only completed award nominations will be considered by the Standing Awards Advisory Group. The onus is on the nominator to provide complete information on a candidates' background and to ensure eligibility for an award.

All correspondence will be conducted between the Standing Awards Advisory Group and the principal nominator on the nomination form. The Standing Awards Advisory Group would prefer that a nomination not be revealed to a candidate before its consideration by Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s Council.



Professional Service examples may include:
  • Being an advocate for the profession
  • Having served actively with Engineers and Geoscientists BC Branch or Division, or as a member or chair of Engineers and Geoscientists BC committee, board, or task force
  • Having served as Engineers and Geoscientists BC councillor (current members of Council are not eligible), or
  • Having served actively with a provincial, national or international technical association or learned society.
Greater weight will be given for either a sustained period of professional service or for participation in a number of different activities.