2016 Pinnacle Award – Project of Distinction and People’s Choice
Belmont Secondary School won the People’s Choice Award and a Project of Distinction Award at the Association for Learning Environments Pacific Northwest Region’s Conference under the Pinnacle Award Program in 2016. The program recognizes outstanding education facilities in our region.
2015 Pinnacle Award – Project of Recognition
Norma Rose Point School was awarded Project of Recognition at the 2015 CEFPI Pacific Northwest Region Exhibit of School Planning. The Pinnacle Award Program selects projects that best represent exemplary practice in educational facilities design and planning.
2015 Pinnacle Award – Project of Distinction
Mar Jok Elementary School was recognized as a Project of Distinction at the 2015 CEFPI Pacific Northwest Region Exhibit of School Planning. The Pinnacle Award Program selects projects that best represent exemplary practice in educational facilities design and planning.
2014 Tommie Gold Award – “Best Outside of the Box”
As a new school in the area, Mar Jok Elementary School supports the educational and physical needs of the rapidly expanding Rose Valley community in West Kelowna, BC.
This project has been recognized as recipient of the 2014 Canadian Home Builder’s Association Tommie Gold Award for the “Best Outside of the Box” entry for its success in meeting the primary objectives and its innovative design features.
Green Building Award 2008 – Woodworks BC
Okanagan Mountain Fire Pavilion
The Okanagan Mountain Fire Pavilion was commissioned for a dual purpose, to educate and to cultivate community. The pavilion serves to illustrate the devastation of the 2003 Okanagan Mountain Fire in order to raise awareness of the impact of the fire, the Mountain Pine Beetle problem and the fragile nature of the woodland setting. Additionally, the Pavilion provides a community gathering area amidst a beautiful natural setting in Bertram Creek Park in Kelowna, British Columbia.