1906 award winners

DCC celebrated outstanding achievements by its employees at the National Awards ceremony in Ottawa on April 30, 2019. The annual awards recognize the dedication and commitment of DCC staff across the country in support of DCC's Client-Partners and the Government of Canada.

"The outstanding achievements of our award winners recognized today would not be possible without the energy and commitment of all employees," said James Paul, President and CEO, in his opening remarks. "It's the spirit and commitment of all DCC employees that make DCC such an exceptional place to work."

Likewise, DCC Board member Angus Watt expressed his thanks to DCC employees for being the source of DCC's success in infrastructure delivery, that contributes to many positive benefits for Canada's economy, a sustainable environment, and an open and transparent government.

The following are the 2019 recipients:

  • Brad Trann, Team Leader, Programs, Esquimalt, received the President's Award for his exemplary service to DCC—most notably, his dedication to the large, high-profile and complex Fleet Maintenance Facility Cape Breton project at CFB Esquimalt through all its phases.
  • Quebec Region's Energy Support Team (Stepan Guiragossian, Andrés Mercado Salomon, Louis-Simon Roy-Turcotte and Jonathan J. Tremblay) received the Service Development Award. The team was honoured for creating and implementing a regional energy and environmental strategy for DND that supports the government's energy and greening initiatives.
  • Ahmad Malik, Technical Analyst, ERP, Information Technology, Head Office, won the Innovation Award for automating and modifying DCC's labour-intensive legacy software into more efficient and effective applications on DCC's enterprise resource planning EnterpriseOne platform.
  • The Esquimalt Environmental Services Team (Mark Chomik, Rodney Clark, Margot Cooper, Shauna Davis, Carley de Goede-Herlaar, Derek Fraser, Scott Irwin, Rebecca MacInnis, Raenelle Parker and Heather Rock) received the Robert Graham Memorial Award, which recognizes special contributions to improving workplace safety or environmental protection. The team was recognized for managing one of the largest environmental services programs at DCC, including, most notably, playing a crucial role in mitigating the effects of the underwater blasting for the high-profile AB Jetty project.
  • Zita Dove, Team Leader, Project Management, Halifax, was honoured with the Customer Satisfaction Award (Individual) for her expertise and performance in navigating sensitive and challenging Client-Partner requirements, building a high level of trust and confidence with her customers, and consistently performing to an exceptionally high-quality standard.
  • The G7 Team (Sébastien Boucher, Jean Brousseau, Simon Flamand, Sabrina Girard, Geneviève Gobeil, Lisa-Gabrielle Plourde and René Routhier) from DCC's Valcartier and Bagotville offices won the Customer Satisfaction Award (Team) for its outstanding success in supporting DND's infrastructure and environmental requirements for the 2018 G7 Summit in La Malbaie, Quebec.
  • The Women's Information Network Production Team (Yves-Marie Exumé, Robin Fraser, Lucie Frigon, Lori Fudge, Nicole Gilmore, Erica Lyle, Mousumi Mukherjee and Sabrina Rock) received the Diversity and Inclusion Award for its success in delivering three successful web broadcasts that celebrated and supported the professional and personal growth of DCC employees.
  • Three President's Certificates of Recognition were also presented. These are awarded, at the President's discretion, to one or more national award nominees who have made an outstanding contribution to DCC.
    • Tim Summers, Program Leader, Petawawa, was recognized for his outstanding leadership on a number of large, complex construction projects, as well as for being a true DCC ambassador to staff, contractors and Client-Partners alike.
    • The National Workplace Wellness and Mental Health (WWMH) Team (Karen Hall, Nathalie Houle, Erica Lyle, Kimberly Morgan, Victoria Neary and Scott McRae) was honoured for its exemplary support to DCC's WWMH Strategy and Action Plan, and the overall health, safety and well-being of DCC employees.
    • Daniel Brassard, Technical Specialist, Project Management, London, was recognized for building trust and establishing inclusive relationships with all stakeholders on the Stony Point (former Camp Ipperwash) project, in particular the Kettle and Stony Point First Nation, Department of National Defence, and Indigenous Services Canada.

Also, at the ceremony, BGen (Retired) Steve Irwin, Colonel Commandant of the Canadian Military Engineers (and former DCC Vice-President, Operations), was presented with the Friend of DCC Award to formally recognize and thank him for his strong working relationship with and support for DCC over many years.



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