AWARDS

Each year the CATT Selection Committee recognizes Individuals, organizations and projects that have demonstrated an outstanding commitment and effort to the advancement of the trenchless technology industry both locally and internationally. Please see below for more details regarding recipients, guidelines, and procedures. 

 

PREVIOUS WINNERS

Each year CATT awards outstanding people, organizations, technologies, and projects instrumental in the advancement the trenchless industry.

GUIDELINES

For more details on CATT’s Awards of Excellence , please read the guidelines provided by the Selection Committee.

NOMINATIONS

Interested in Nominating an Individual, Organization or Project for the 2021 CATT Awards?

WINNERS OF THE 2021 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

OUTSTANDING

INDIVIDUAL

Kamran Sarrami, Toronto Water

ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR

Ontario Excavac (Barry Wood)

PROJECT OF THE YEAR

“Intermarket Road Microtunnelling Project” – City of Cambridge

WINNERS OF THE 2020 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

OUTSTANDING

INDIVIDUAL

Frank Badinski C.E.T., The Regional Municipality of York

ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR

The City of Cambridge

PROJECT OF THE YEAR

Hanlan Federmain Project (Region of Peel)

WINNERS OF THE 2018-19 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

OUTSTANDING

INDIVIDUAL

Dr. Tom Iseley, Ph.D., P.E., Dist. M. ASCE
Dr. Iseley has been a dedicated champion of Trenchless Technologies and CATT since he helped develop the organization in 1994. In his 30 years of commitment to the industry he established the Trenchless Technology Centre at Louisiana Tech University as a CEFT professor as well as serving as PWAM President of Buried Asset Management Institute-International (BAMI-I). Throughout his career he continued to raise awareness and advance the science and practice of Trenchless Technology.

OUTSTANDING PROJECT

Dixie Road and QEW Crossing Sanitary Sewer, Region of Peel Project 17-2541 (CRS Tunnelling; Jacobs; and Region of Peel) 
 The widespread project extended from Dixie Road from North Service Road, under the QEW and terminating just south of the Dixie Value Outlet Mall. 3,541 km of sanitation sewers, 52,000+ man-hours and, over 307,000 customer accounts involved.  The project required a concrete pressure pipe (CPP) for Sanitary Sewer application.

OUTSTANDING ORGANIZATION

City of Waterloo

The City of Waterloo is recognized as a committed supporter of CATT and the trenchless technology industry for their willingness to volunteer, extensive history of research collaboration and devotion to helping municipalities solve their buried infrastructure problems.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

Year

Category

Winner

2015

Project

Hatch and Dibco Undergroung Ltd. (Project: Region of Peel – Twinning of Etobicoke Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer Under Runway 23 At Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Project 11-2210)

Individual

Ian Doherty

Organization

no nomination

2016

Project

Halton Region and Dillon Consulting (Project: Boyne Trunk Sanitary Sewer – Regional Municipality of Halton)

Individual

Chris Macey

Organization

no nomination

2017

Project

 City of Cambridge, Liquiforce Services and GHD (Project: Hespeler Trunk Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation)

Individual

Kevin Bainbridge

Organization

Earth Boring