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Georgie Awards

The British Columbia Canadian Home Builder’s Association is a province wide organization that serves the Residential Construction Industry. Every year the CHBA recognizes the performance of its province wide members through a prestigious award called the Georgie. In the construction industry, this award is regarded as the “Oscars” of the industry.

GOLD GEORGIE AWARDS

Georgie Award 2000 – Lorimer Court

“Excellence by a Local Government in Cooperation/Leadership with Industry”
This award sponsored by BC Housing endorsed two organizations – Glacier Creek Contracting Ltd. and the Whistler Housing Authority.

Georgie Award 2002 – Beaver Flats Apartments

“Best Technical Innovation”
This award was sponsored by the Home Builders Association. It endorsed the technology used in the exterior walls of the 57 apartment styled building on Highway 99 in Whistler. The goal was to achieve a tight building envelope required for energy conservation and acoustic attenuation of highway noise. An innovative exterior wall system was used to achieve their goal.

Georgie Award  2010 -  Glacier Creek Contracting Ltd

"Best Private–Public Partnership"

for Lot 6 Athletes Village (Cheakamus Crossing) in Whistler.

SILVER GEORGIE AWARDS

Silver Award – 2002 – Glacier Creek Contracting Ltd.

Energy Efficiency and Environmental Consideration – Beaver Flats Apartments.

Silver Award – 2002 – Glacier Creek Contracting Ltd.

Excellence in Public/Private Partnerships in Creating Affordable Housing – Beaver Flats Apartments.

Silver Award – 2002 – Glacier Creek Contracting Ltd.

Excellence by a Local Government in Cooperation/Leadership with Industry – Beaver Flats Duplexes.

Silver Award - 2011 - Glacier Creek Pacific Contracting Ltd.

Best Private-Public Partnership for "The Glacier Duplex's" at Rainbow in Whistler

CMHC Awards

2010 CMHC Housing Award for Best Practices in Affordable Housing: Recognizing Leadership from the Private Sector for Glacier Duplexes at Rainbow. This national award co-won with the Whistler Housing Authority and provides 80 new affordable duplexes for families in Whistler.

 

2002 CMHC Housing Award Finalist Technology and Production: In July 2002 Beaver Flats Employee Housing was selected as 1 of 14 finalists for CMHC’s Affordable Housing Innovations awards. This program is a national forum held every two years that recognizes significant contributions to the advancement of Canadian Housing.

Built Green BC Awards

2011 Finalist - Built Green Builder of the Year

The Glacier Duplex's at Rainbow

2011 Finalist - Most Affordable Built Green Home

The "Atwell" model in the Glacier Duplex's at Rainbow

BC HYDRO POWERSMART

2010 BC Hydro Power Smart Excellence Award (Residential Builder/ Developer Category) for the Glacier Duplexes at Rainbow.  Each year BC Hydro recognizes the people and organizations that have best demonstrated a commitment to energy conservation and whose practices exemplify energy management and efficiency. The Power Smart Excellence Awards honour candidates from a range of categories including: Workplace Conservation Leadership, New Construction, New Technology, Appliance Retailer, Conservation Partner, Sustainable Communities and more. The energy conservation leadership of these organizations yields positive and meaningful change to generations of British Columbians.

OTHER AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS

Smartsystem Home of the Year

The Peaks Country Townhomes – Pemberton, BC

The pre primed product used for the siding and trim on the 70 unit town house project will stand the test of time. This is an engineered wood product that is ideal for the climate of Pemberton. Projects were considered throughout North America. The award was presented by Louisiana Pacific Ltd. in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

CBIP Grant

In recognition of the energy efficient design features incorporated into the Beaver Flats Employee Housing building, Natural Resources Canada’s Office of Energy Efficiency granted Beaver Flats a ‘Commercial Building Incentive Program’ (CBIP) incentive of $ 72,345.00. To qualify for the incentive, a building must be at least 25% more efficient than if it were constructed to meet the requirements of the Model National Energy Code for Buildings.