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On November 30 at RPIC’s 2022 Real Property National Workshop, we celebrated eleven recipients of the 2022 Real Property Award. The winners consisted of both single individuals and groups who have made significant contributions to the field of real property.

Congratulations to the winners!

RPIC Real Property Awards on a table in purple lighting

2022 Award Winners

2022 Award Winners

Excellence in Strategic Planning and Policy

  • PSPC National Indigenous Procurement Initiative: Thomas Ford, Public Services and Procurement Canada

Design Excellence in Building and/or Infrastructure Projects

  • Preservation Storage Facility: Library and Archives Canada
  • 875 heron – ESAP DES – building conversion pilot project: Public Services and Procurement Canada and Stantec Consulting LTD

Climate Change and Environment: Reduction of GHG Emissions

  • Zero Carbon Building Certification of the Permanent Mission of Canada in Geneva: Global Affairs Canada, Canada Green Building Council, Prism Engineering, Solstis CA
  • Federal Buildings Initiative: ECCC 335 River Road: and Climate Change Canada, Public Services and Procurement Canada, Ameresco Canada,

Engagement and Partnerships with Indigenous Peoples

  • La Macaza New Indigenous Programs Building: Correctional Service Canada, Public Services and Procurement Canada, FABRIQ Architecture
  • Henry Larson G – Sewer Line Drainage Slope Study: Services and Procurement Canada, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, BGIS, Kostiw Construction
  • Smudging Space, East Memorial Building: Department of Justice Canada, BGIS, EVOQ, CIMA+, AAR, Pinock Smith, Profex
  • Advancing Reconciliation Through City-Building: Canada Lands Company, MST Development Corporation, DIALOG, Musqueam Indian Band, Squamish Nation, Tsleil-Waututh Nation

Michael Nurse Memorial Leadership Award

  • Pierre Lauzon: The Best Asset Manager in PSPC

Lifetime Achievement Award

  • Frank Jefferies, National Research Council of Canada


Materials from the winning teams can be found on RPIC’s Online Resource Hub.

Thank you for your contributions!