EDUCATION & SERVICE AWARDS click on images to enlarge
JOINERY STUDENT AWARDS
Each year our Association awards prizes to the top third and fourth year students in BCIT's Joinery Program.
Top 3rd and 4th year winner - KATHRYN FORBES received the Awards from David Dunn, BCIT Joinery Department
This award recognizes the winner of the AWMAC BC Apprenticeship Contest held on the BCIT campus. The winning cabinet of each AWMAC Chapter will go on to compete in the National Contest. (Apprenticeship contest movie HERE) WINNER - CREIGHTON O'MALLEY (left) 2nd place - NATHAN MORIN (right) 3rd place - KAITLIN WIEBE (photo not available)
We are pleased to announce that Creighton O'Malley was also the winner of the AWMAC National Apprenticeship Contest.
The Kwantlen Polytechnic University Design Award recognizes excellence by a student in the Interior Design Program.
WINNER: JUN ABLAZA (second right) received the Kwantlen Design Award from Stephanie St. Loe (far right), Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
BC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DESIGNAWARD
The BCIT Interior Design Award recognizes excellence by a student in the Interior Design program.
WINNER: HALEY BLACKALL (unable to attend) Photo: Mikaila Johnson and Ashley Mortensen received the Honourable Mention Award from Manon Pace (far right), BCIT Interior Design
SUPPLIEROF THE YEAR AWARD
For the best, most prompt and professional service to manufacturer member companies during the year.
WINNER: RICHELIEU HARDWARE Chris Linkletter received the Supplier of the Year Award from Moira Rowan, AWMAC BC
SALESREPRESENTATIVEOF THE YEAR AWARD
For the best, most prompt and professional service to manufacturer member companies during 2016/2017
WINNER: MARK STONE (right) of E.Roko Distributors Ltd. received the Sales Representative of the Year Award from Kevin Tierney, AWMAC BC
GUARANTEEAND INSPECTION SERVICE AWARD
The GuaranteeandInspectionService(GIS), together with the specified reference of the current edition of AWMAC's STANDARDS, gives purchasers assurance of quality in materials and workmanship on their architectural woodwork projects. This Awardis for the Member firm that had the largest number of deficiency free GIS inspections in the past year.
Recognizing innovative programs, policies, tools or projects, that assist in reducing workplace injuries. WINNER - CURRENT MILLWORK (2012) LTD. Jason Howlett (left) of Current Millwork (2012) Ltd. received the WorkSafeBC Safety Innovation Award from Rose MacDonald, WorkSafeBC.
ABOVE& BEYOND AWARD
The Above and Beyond Award recognizes personal dedication to the Association by promoting its goals and programs as well as fostering goodwill and friendship amongst its members.
WINNER: MARTIN BERRYMAN (left) of Wanes Custom Woodworks Inc. received the Above and Beyond Award from Greg Antle, AWMAC BC President.