Architectural and Interior Design Awards
2014 Green Building Wood Design Award
The design of the Richcraft Recreation Complex – Kanata utilized wood throughout in order to reduce the carbon footprint of the new LEED Gold facility. The Ontario Wood Works! - Green Building Award is given to the project which demonstrates the contribution of wood in the environmental performance of buildings by reducing the usage of energy and resources, minimizing pollution and sequestering carbon.
2009 North American Copper In Architecture Award
2014 Peter J. Marshall Ontario Municipal Innovation Award
The Georgian Village Redevelopment project represents the first complete continuum of care in the province offering all levels of care 'under one roof.' This award, presented by the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, recognizes instances where Ontario municipalities have implemented and can point to tangible outcomes from new, more cost effective ways of providing public services and facilities.
2011 Powerstream inc. Green Project Award
This local business award from the Barrie Chamber of Commerce recognizes Salter Pilon Architecture Inc.'s innovation, initiative and excellence in promoting and executing environmentally responsible business practices and projects.
2009 Canadian Urban Institute Brownie Award
The Canadian Urban Institute Brownie Award for Best Small Scale Project in Canada recognizes leadership, innovation and environmental sustainability in brownfields redevelopment across Canada. In 2006, it was awarded to the Grey Bruce Health Unit in Owen Sound, Ontario. (In association with Lett Architects Inc.)
2009 Cultural Award, City of Owen Sound
The City of Owen Sound Cultural Awards celebrate excellence in the arts, culture and heritage in the greater Owen Sound area. The Grey Bruce Health Unit building was awarded the honour in 2009 in the category of Architectural Design. (In association with Lett Architects Inc.)
2008 ecoEnergy Award
Natural Resources Canada awarded Grey Bruce Health Unit in Owen Sound, Ontario with an ecoEnergy Award in recognition that the building design saves energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. (In association with Lett Architects Inc.)
2006 Out of the Box Award, Architecturally Innovative Building
2006 Town of Markham Design Excellence Award of Merit
The Town of Markham awarded the Design Excellence Award of Merit to the Markhaven Home for Seniors for exceeding many of the Town’s design objectives, including environmental enhancement and sustainability, integration within the neighbourhood and strong connections to the surrounding park and natural open space.
2005 Architecture Canada RAIC Award of Excellence
Architecture Canada | Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Award of Excellence for Innovation in Architecture awarded for Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, Thunder Bay Ontario. Jurors cited unique adaptation of existing technology and the use of skylights to bring natural daylight to therapeutic areas. Awarded to Salter Farrow Pilon Architects Inc., of which Salter Pilon Architecture is a successor firm.
2005 OAA Architectural Excellence Award
2004 Canadian Wood Council Wood Design Award
For excellence and innovation in wood architecture throughout North America, the Canadian Wood Council recognized Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, the first hospital project in Ontario to use wood as a major structural element within the main atrium space. Awarded to Salter Farrow Pilon Architects Inc., of which Salter Pilon Architecture is a successor firm.
2004 TTMAC Hardsurface Awards Project of the Year
The Terrazo Tile and Marble Association of Canada recognized Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre as Project of the Year in their Hardsurface Awards for the terrazzo installation throughout the atrium space. The artistic, narrative quality of the flooring design is an important element of the space. By Salter Farrow Pilon Architects Inc., of which Salter Pilon Architecture is a successor firm.
2003 Peter J. Marshall Ontario Municipal Innovation Award
This award honours municipal governments that demonstrate excellence in the use of innovative approaches, alternative service delivery initiatives and partnerships to improve efficiency in the delivery of municipal programs and services. The Victoria Village health care centre is lauded as an innovative community-based joint venture partnership for the reuse of the former site of the Royal Victoria Hospital that created greater access for people in need of specialized services.
2002 OAA Innovative Practice Award
The Ontario Association of Architects named Salter Farrow Pilon Architects Inc., of which Salter Pilon Architecture is a successor firm, Innovative Practice of the year at the annual association awards in 2002.