APEGA Centennial Leadership Award

This award is presented to a member of APEGA who has attained the highest distinction relating to engineering or geoscience through directorship of an outstanding project, original research or invention, or an exemplary career in teaching.

Nominations for the 2023 Summit Awards are now closed. Award recipients will be contacted by email in January 2023.

Centennial Leadership Award Criteria

Nominations are evaluated and scored for up to 100 points. Be sure to write your nomination to address as much of these criteria as possible for the best chance at being selected.

  1. Work-Related Achievements (60 points)
  2. Service to the Profession (20 Points)
  3. Service to the Community (20 Points)
  4. Personal and General Information (Not Scored)

Nominating Someone for an Award

APEGA relies on its members and permit holders, and even the public, to nominate outstanding individuals in the professions. Nomination is always free, and you can submit as many nominations as you like. 

You can take up to 30 days to get your nomination submitted using the Save & Resume button at the bottom of each page of the nomination form.

Get tips on writing a great nomination, and how we assess nominations

Download a Word document template if you'd rather work offline

Email [email protected] if you need more help or have any questions

What does it take be a Centennial Leadership award recipient?

Here are some of our Centennial Leadership award recipients. Explore their profiles to learn what it takes to receive the award.

Alison Thompson, P.Eng.

2020 Recipient

Dr. Nigel Shrive, P.Eng.

2019 Recipient

Leah Lawrence, P.Eng.

2018 Recipient

Gary Faulkner, P.Eng., PhD

2017 Recipient