Wood WORKS! BC awards local B.C. governments for leadership in wood use in community projects

September 30, 2016

Wood WORKS! BC has announced the winners of the 2016 Community Recognition Awards. The awards are presented annually to local governments that have been exemplary advocates for wood. The 2016 winners are:

  • Association of Kootenay Boundary Local Governments¬†City of Castlegar for the Celgar Pavillion (MERIT: City of Creston for the Rotary Pavilion)
  • North Central Local Government Association City of Prince Rupert for the Airport Terminal Building Upgrades and Expansion (MERIT: City of Fort St. John Passive House)
  • Lower Mainland Local Government Association Village of Harrison Hot Springs for the Beach Washrooms Facility Upgrade (MERIT: City of Richmond for Mary's Barn)