If you are aware of Manitoba engineers or geoscientists who are deserving of an award, please complete the appropriate nomination form and mail, fax (204) 474-5960, or e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your help in this regard is pivotal to the ongoing success of the awards program, and to ensure that Manitoba's most worthy professional engineers and geoscientists are recognized for their contributions to our professions and society.
The 2013 nomination deadline is: Friday, February 15, 2013.
APEGM is asking for members to promote the Call for Nominations for the following APEGM awards:
2012 Recipient: Manitoba Mines Branch, Stantec, and AMEC team(Formerly Certificate of Achievement)
This award is intended to recognize engineering or geoscience excellence in, and major contributions to, the concept, design, and implementation of an engineering or geoscience work by a member, or group of members, of the Association. The candidate must be registered as a professional engineer or professional geoscientist in APEGM, however need not be resident in Manitoba. In the case of an award to a group, presentation may be made to the leading members of the group. Candidates will be rated on Application, Impact, Complexity, and Client's Needs.
2012 Recipient: Dawn Nedohin-Macek, P.Eng.
Intended to bestow distinction on outsanding engineers and geoscientists and to recognize exceptional achievements in the early years of their careers. The award is also intended to promote understanding ofthe role of the professional engineer and geoscientist in Canadian society, by the public and, more particularly, by those most likely to choose our professions as their own. To be eligible for nomination, the candidate must be registered with APEGM and should preferably be a registered professional engineer or geoscientist in Canada for not more than ten years as of June 30 in the year of nomination, at which time the person would preferably be under 35 years of age. Candidates will be rated on Technical Achievements, Promotion of Engineering and Geoscience among Youth, Service to the Profession, Service to the Community, and Enhancement of the Quality of Life.
2012 Recipient: Scott Hammond, EIT
This award is intended to bestow distinction on those training to be engineers or geoscientists, more specifically those who enhance society's knowledge of our professions. It is also intended to promote understanding of the role of the professional engineer and geoscientist in Canadian society, by the public and, more particularly, by those most likely to choose our professions as their own. To be eligible for nomination, a candidate shall be enrolled as an Engineer-in-Training (EIT) or Geoscientist-in-Training (GIT) in APEGM. Candidates will be rated on Public Promotion Achievements, Promotion of Engineering and Geocience among Youth, and Service to the Profession.
2012 Recipient: Arnold Permut, M.Sc., P.Eng.
The granting of Honorary Life Membership (By-law Clause 7.1.3) is intended to recognize many years of meritorious service rendered to the Association or the profession. Professional members in the honorary life membership category shall pay no annual dues and shall hold all the rights and privileges conferred on a profesional engineer or a professional geoscientist by The Engineering and Geoscientific Professions Act and Association By-laws. The candidate must be registered with APEGM and should preferably have been registered as a professional engineer or professional geoscientist in Canada for not less than 35 years. Candidates will be rated on Years of Membership in APEGM, Participation on Committees of APEGM, and Meritorious Service to the Profession. Honorary Life Membership may be granted only by a unanimous decision of Council.
This award is intended to recognize outstanding service rendered to, or on behalf of, APEGM by a member of the Association. To be eligible for nomination, a candidate shall be registered as a professional engineer or professional geoscientist with APEGM. Candidates will be rated on Council Activity, APEGM Committee Activity, and Technical Society and Community Activity.
2012 Recipient: Doug McNeil, P.Eng., M.Eng.
This award is intended to recognize outstanding, longrange achievement(s) by an individual, usually in an upper management, executive, or governance role. Someone who has directly caused or influenced major engineering or geoscientific works, developments, or contributions to be realized for the proven long-term benefit or improved quality of life for society. To be eligible for nomination, a candidate must be a Canadian citizen and have carried out a major achievement in Manitoba. Engineers, geoscientists, or non-engineers/geoscientists are eligible. The Leadership Award will be judged on the magnitude and nature of the personal involvement and/or the impact on society or quality of life of a major vision achievement.
This award is intended to recognize outstanding achievement, including the direct advancement of the engineering or geoscience professions in Manitoba, by an individual member during his or her career. To be eligible for nomination, a candidate must be registered as a professional engineer or professional geoscientist with APEGM and have carried out major achievements in Manitoba. In rating candidates, consideration will be given to their continued leadership in the profession and in the community, to their outstanding achievements, and to the recognition they have achieved. Candidates will be also rated on Contribution to Engineering/Geoscience Knowledge, Engineering/Geoscience Works, Innovative Achievement, professional and Public Service, and Enhancement of the Quality of Life.
2012 Recipient: Harry Wall, B.Sc.E.E., M.Sc.E.E
Champion of Engineering Education is selected by the University of Manitoba.
Visit the Engineers Canada Awards page for details.
Visit the Geoscientists Canada Awards page for details.
The Awards Committee is responsible for receiving recommendations and selecting candidates from the membership of the Association to be recognized for their excellence by APEGM and Engineers Canada and Geoscientists Canada.