Sustainability Award Past Recipients

2020 Engineers and Geoscientists BC Sustainability Award: City of vancouver's green infrastructure plaza 

The City of Vancouver’s Green Infrastructure Plaza at the intersection of 63rd Avenue and Yukon Street is awarded the 2020 Sustainability Award. The plaza in the Marpole neighbourhood of South Vancouver treats and manages runoff from more than 1,170 square metres of adjacent impermeable areas, such as roads and sidewalks, and supports the diversion of 2,200 cubic metres of rainwater from the sewer system each year. Green infrastructure projects such as this one play an important role in supporting rainwater management utilities in building an environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable city.

 

 

2018 Engineers and Geoscientists BC Sustainability Award: UBC Aquatic Centre Project

 

2016 Engineers and Geoscientists BC Sustainability Award: VanCity Heat Reclaim Project

 

2015 Engineers and Geoscientists BC Sustainability Award: SunMine

 

2014 Engineers and Geoscientists BC Sustainability Award: Alexandra District Energy Utility - City of Richmond

 

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