Exceptional Engineering/Geoscience Project Award
The Exceptional Engineering Geoscience Project Award, founded in 2001, recognizes accomplishments in engineering and/or geoscience. The project team must be made up of predominantly Saskatchewan-based engineers or geoscientists. The project may be located in or outside Saskatchewan.
Selection criteria for the Exceptional Engineering/Geoscience Project Award:
- Accomplishments in Engineering and/or Geoscience
- The project team must be made up of predominately Saskatchewan-based engineers or geoscientists
- The project may be located inside or outside of Saskatchewan
- The award is granted when the efforts of an individual or team of engineers/geoscientists is deemed to be of great significance
Past Exceptional Engineering/Geoscience Project Award Winners
2022 DEEP Earth Energy Production Corp. (View video here.)
2021 MacPherson Engineering – Blanket of Warmth (View video here.)
2020 Harpreet Panesar, M.Sc., P.Eng. (View video here.)
2019 City of Saskatoon – Neighborhood Traffic Reviews (View video here.)
2018 Federated Co-operatives Limited – Complex Wastewater Improvement Project
2017 Saskatchewan Geological Atlas – Saskatchewan Geological Survey
2016 The ESA Rosetta Mission – SED Systems
2015 Boundary Dam Carbon Capture Project – SaskPower
2014 Campbell Collegiate Underpinning Project – WSP Canada Inc.
2013 Expansion Project – Section V – Consumers’ Co-operative Refineries Ltd.
2012 Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program – Saskatchewan Watershed Authority
2011 Cigar Lake Inflow Abatement – Cameco;
4G Wireless Network – SaskTel
2010 Canadian Research Logistics – TransitLive
2009 Saskatoon South Downtown River Landing Riverfront Project
2008 Saskatchewan Research Council Diamond Laboratory
2007 PotashCorp Rocanville Compaction Plant Addition and Capacity Increase – AMEC America Limited
2006 Mechanistic Full Depth Road Recycling and Strengthening System – Pavement Scientific International Inc.
2005 Revitalizing Wascana Lake – Clifton Associates
2004 Structural Upgrading to Jubilee Arena in Biggar, SK – Wardrop Engineering Inc.
2003 Max Interactive Services – SaskTel
2002 Canadian Light Source Synchrotron
2001 Grant Road Park Detention Project – City of Regina;
McArthur River Mine Projects – Cameco Corporation