IESBC Vision Award Winners Announced

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The Illuminating Engineering Society of British Columbia (IESBC) recently announced its winners for the 2016 ‘Vision Awards’. Congratulations to AES Engineering, Integral Group Consulting, and Render Lighting and Planning.

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The Illuminating Engineering Society of British Columbia announces its ‘Vision Award’ winners for 2016

Awarded projects include UBC, SFU and L’Occitane en Provence Vancouver flagship store

(Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada): On June 2, the Illuminating Engineering Society of British Columbia (IESBC) announced its winners for the 2016 ‘Vision Awards’. The not-for-profit celebrates outstanding B.C. lighting engineers and designers for their local and international projects, and aids in the application of international award opportunities and IES’s ‘Illumination Awards’. Submissions for the ‘Illumination Awards’ open January 1, 2017.

IESBC’s ‘Vision Awards’ is stage one leading up to IES’s National ‘Illumination Awards’. This year’s winners in three categories include:

Award: The Edwin F. Guth Memorial Award for Interior Lighting Design
Project: UBC Student Union Building
Lighting Design Firm: AES Engineering LTD.
Location: Vancouver Office, Canada

UBC STUDENT UNION BUILDING - Ema Peter Photo Credit

Photo Credit Ema Peter

 

Award: The Outdoor Lighting Design Award sponsored by Eaton
Project: SFU’s New Observatory and Science Courtyard
Lighting Design Firm: Integral Group Consulting (BC) LLP
Location: Vancouver Office, Canada

Trottier Observatory at SFU

Photo Credit PWL PARTNERSHIP LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS INC.

 

Award: BC HYDRO Lighting Redesign Award
Project: L’Occitane en Provence Vancouver Flagship
Lighting Design Firm: Render Light & Planning
Location: Vancouver, Canada

 Johnny Milkovich - DOUBLE VISION Photography

Johnny Milkovich – DOUBLE VISION Photography

 

To read the full press release and download media materials, visit v2com

For more information on IESBC, including membership, upcoming B.C. seminars, and how to get involved, visit www.iesbc.org

For information on the award submissions process, please contact the section chair at awards@iesbc.org.

ABOUT IESBC
Operating for over 60 years, IES British Columbia, a section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), is a volunteer run, not-for-profit technical society dedicated to promoting the art and science of lighting. Known as the go-to community for the newest lighting codes and by-laws, IESBC provides an environment for sharing knowledge and ideas to advance the career paths of all its members. IESBC seeks to improve the lighted environment by bringing together those with lighting knowledge and translating knowledge into actions to benefit the public and provide support for emerging lighting professionals.

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