Our awards demonstrate our commitment to our clients and to our communities. All these awards wouldn’t be possible without the hard work of our staff, clients, and partners. These demonstrate how we are turning possibilities into reality!
Canada’s Best Managed Companies
We were first recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies in 2012, and we achieved Gold status in 2015 and Platinum status in 2019. We requalified in 2022. Sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, The Globe and Mail, Salesforce, and TMX Group, Canada’s Best Managed Companies program recognizes the best-in-class of Canadian-owned and managed companies, demonstrating strategy, capability, and commitment to achieve sustainable growth.
OPWA 2021 Project of the Year – Replacement of Duchesnay Creek Bridge
We provided Contract Administration services for the replacement of this bridge in northeastern Ontario. The existing 10 span bridge was replaced a three-span concrete deck on glulam girders supported on concrete piers and abutments with tube pile foundations. This bridge is a crucial access point for the communities in the area. Ontario Public Works Association (OPWA) recognized our contribution, along with the larger project team, with a project of the year award.
Our contribution was recognized, along with the larger project team, with an Ontario Public Works Association (OPWA) award.
2020 ITE Toronto Section 10th Annual Project of the Year Award – Kleinburg Village Parking Strategy
The Kleinburg Village Parking Strategy demonstrates innovate ways of addressing common parking challenges in historic district environments and can serve as an example to other jurisdictions encountering similar concerns. McIntosh Perry worked with the City of Vaughan to complete this project and was part of the project team that the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Toronto Section recognized as the winner of its 10th Annual Project of the Year Award.
2020 ACEC Award of Merit Transportation Structural -Reed Narrows Bridge
McIntosh Perry provided engineering services for this 164.6 m long, seven-span pre-stress precast concrete girder structure located in Northwestern Ontario. The bridge suffered damage from Microbial Influenced Corrosion, and al inspections and work were performed underwater.
2019 Ontario Concrete Award Winner in Structural Design Innovation – Gay Lear Distribution Facility – Freezer Building
The Ontario Concrete Industry awarded The Gay Lea Distribution Facility – Freezer Building a 2019 Ontario Concrete Award in the Structural Design Innovation category. McIntosh Perry is the Engineer of Record for the project and is honoured to have been part of the dynamic and forward-thinking team that included Orlando Corporation (Owner-Architect), United Floor Inc. (Flooring Contractor), and Allmix Concrete Inc. (Material Supplier). The Concrete Awards celebrates the efforts of suppliers, designers, contractors, and owners in Ontario.
Gay Lea’s distribution facility is based in Brampton, Ontario and is the organization’s largest distribution facility in Canada. The facility has 140,000 sq. ft of concrete flooring and features a total usage of 3,700 m3 of concrete, along with a shrinkage compensating concrete slab.
The Willis Chipman Award 2018 Deloro Mine Clean up
McIntosh Perry received ACEC-Ontario’s highest honour in 2018 The Willis Chipman award for our work on the Deloro Mine. The Willis Chipman award is given to projects that best demonstrate the important contribution of consulting engineering and improving the economic, social, and environmental quality of life in Ontario. Our work on the Industrial and Mine Area, Phase 3 at Deloro mine transformed an abandoned, unsightly industrial area into restored riverbanks.
ACEC-Ontario Creative Solutions Award – Conservation dogs
The Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO), now ACEC-Ontario, celebrated the accomplishments of this innovative project that used sniffer dogs to detect the eggs of the endangered The Blanding Turtle, by recognizing McIntosh Perry with a Creative Solutions Award. The independent panel of judges reviewing the nominated projects were so impressed with the character of this project that they created a new award category: the Creative Solutions Award. It is the first time this award has been given to a consulting engineering firm in Ontario.