Carleton University and the board of directors of Historic Ottawa Development Inc. (HODI) have announced seven winning entries of the 2019 HODI Award in Built Heritage Conservation.
HODI’s Award for Built Heritage Conservation is awarded annually to students at Carleton’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering or the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies.
The award provides the opportunity for HODI to support the emerging generation of conservation professionals in researching, learning and practicing. Recipients are involved in projects aimed at safeguarding and rehabilitating historic buildings in Ottawa.
With 10 submissions involving 23 students, the jury was impressed with the high level of participation, and the students’ ability to apply principles of heritage documentation and conservation to working sites.
To reflect the large number of outstanding entries, the jury decided to award multiple prizes in each of the first, second and third categories.
First place was awarded to two teams who worked on their sites for eight months and produced extensive reports. Each first place team will receive an award of $2,000.
From the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering program in Architectural Conservation and Sustainability, Chloe Jeanneret, Emily Swift, Hailey Todd, Jeffrey Rose, Stephanie Hurley and Toni Jintabunyat’s Cartier Square Drill Hall Rehabilitation project shared the first-place award with Sarah Francisca, Meghan Egan, Natalie Smith and Elyse Hamp for their project West Mill Rehabilitation project.
Three teams from the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism undergraduate program in Conservation and Sustainability were awarded second place for the adaptive reuse of a former research centre, the Booth Street Complex. Each of the second-place teams will receive an award of $700:
Janelle Daichendt and Catherine Sole
Project: The Centre of Innovation: Live, Work, Play;
Project: Booth Street Trades Centre
James Caporicci and Karen Loh
Project: Booth’s Field Place, a Micro City.
Third place was awarded to two teams from the Azrieli School’s undergraduate program in Conservation and Sustainability for their proposed additions to the Fairmont Château Laurier hotel, a historic site built in 1908-1912. Each of the third-place winning submissions will receive an award of $450:
Luis Panchi Galvan
Project The Noble
Teagan Hyndman and Lauren Liebe
The awards jury for 2019 comprised:
- Claude Charbonneau, architect (retired from Heritage Conservation Services, Public Services and Procurement Canada)
- Barbara Myslinski, HODI
- Mariana Esponda, associate professor and co-ordinator, Heritage Conservation and Sustainability Program, Azrieli School of Architecture, Carleton
- Carolyn Quinn, HODI; Built Heritage subcommittee, City of Ottawa; and Heritage Ottawa
- Laurie Smith, NSERC CREATE Heritage Engineering program, Carleton Immersive Media Studio, Carleton; and vice-chair, Conservation Review Board
The awards ceremonies will take place on June 13, 2019 at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism. The HODI competition for 2020 will launch at the Carleton University Welcome Day event in September 2019.
More information about this year’s HODI Award is available here.