Project Highlights Pictorial
Innovation invites members to submit project photos for 2017/2018 Project Highlights showcase, to be published in the May/June 2018 edition of the magazine. This annual pictorial features the diverse activities of BC’s professional engineers and geoscientists at home and abroad.
Members, licensees, or companies may submit photographs of engineering or geoscience projects in any discipline undertaken or completed during the last 12 months, within or outside BC, employing Engineers and Geoscientists BC members and licensees. Photographs should be high-resolution digital image files. Photos must be accompanied by project descriptions of 100-150 words.
Due to space limitations, Innovation is unable to accommodate all submissions. We encourage members working for large companies to coordinate their project submissions to avoid multiple or duplicate submissions as only one submission per company will be selected, except when space permits.
The deadline to submit project photos and accompanying descriptions is March 21, 2018. Late submissions will not be considered.
Send by email:
- A high-resolution digital photograph of a project undertaken by Engineers and Geoscientists BC members or licensees in the last 12 months
- A 100–150 word project description that identifies the project name, owner, and the Engineers and Geoscientists BC members or licensees involved
- Should be submitted in .jpg file format;
- Must have a minimum image resolution of 300 dpi @5"x6". (Larger is preferred.)
Please do not embed images within a Word document or submit collage-type or composite images.
Please ensure you have permission/authority to share the photo with Innovation for the purpose of publication. By submitting material to Innovation, you grant to Engineers and Geoscientists BC a royalty-free, worldwide licence to publish the material; and you warrant that you have the authority to grant such rights and have obtained waivers of all associated moral rights.
Photos must be accompanied by a 100–150 word project description that identifies:
- The project name
- The project owners
- Engineers and Geoscientists BC members or licensees involved
- Any additional features that set the project apart (i.e., innovative or sustainable aspects of the project)
Please submit these captions as a separate MS Word or text file together with digital image files by email. (For past examples, view the 2016/2017 Project Highlights edition.)
Photo submissions, complete with project description and an email/covering letter containing the submitter’s name and contact information, must be received at the association office in Burnaby by March 21, 2018. All project submissions received by this date will be considered. Late submissions will not be considered.
Submissions may be emailed if the file size (per email) is 7 MB or smaller. Submissions should be directed to [email protected].
Questions about the pictorial can be directed to [email protected], 604.412.4866 or 1.888.430.8035, ext. 4866.
Important note: By submitting material to Innovation, you grant to Engineers and Geoscientists BC a royalty-free, worldwide licence to publish the material; and you warrant that you have the authority to grant such rights and have obtained waivers of all associated moral rights. Innovation reserves the right to edit the material for length, clarity and conformity with our editorial guidelines and is under no obligation to publish any or all submissions or any portion thereof, including credits.
In addition to considering the submission criteria noted above, when selecting project submissions for the pictorial, the Editorial Board considers:
- Representation from a variety of disciplines, reflecting the diversity of the work performed by members;
- Representation from a wide variety of employers of Engineers and Geoscientists BC members;
- Whether an Engineers and Geoscientists BC professional member or licensee was involved in the project and is clearly identified in the description
- Projects that have not previously been featured in the Project Highlights Pictorial or in an Innovation feature story, or—where a project entails many diverse contributors over several years—aspects/contributions to the project that have not previously been featured in the magazine.
- Photos that have not previously appeared in Innovation magazine
- Project descriptions that tell stories and convey a sense of what working in engineering or geoscience is like on a day-to-day basis
- Sustainability features
- Innovative aspects of the project
- Visual appeal and quality of the photo
- Whether the photo clearly illustrates the contributions described, and has human interest (photos of members working or people using the featured device/space are encouraged).