NORTH VANCOUVER, BC, May 14 /CNW/ - CEI Architecture Planning Interiors
in joint venture with Diamond Schmitt Architects Inc. has been awarded the
2009 Lieutenant-Governor Award in Architecture for the design of the North
Vancouver City Library.
This is the library's third award this year, having already won Best New
Library in B.C. by the Library Association of B.C. and a Sustainability Award
from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C.
John Scott of CEI Architecture Planning Interiors presented Chris Koth of
the North Vancouver City Library with a historical architectural book on
Saturday, May 9th as a tribute to the strength and vision of the community.
Thirty CEI employees and family members were in attendance to witness the
presentation. Geoff McDonell of Omicron was also in attendance to explain the
mechanical features of the project.
The North Vancouver City Library is currently targeting LEED (Leadership
in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certification.
About CEI Architecture Planning Interiors
CEI Architecture Planning Interiors is an award-winning firm offering
integrated architectural, planning and interior design consulting to clients
in Canada and the United States. From offices in Vancouver, Victoria, and
Kelowna, CEI's team of over 90 professionals has specialized expertise in
several sectors, including recreation, community and culture, health care,
aviation and transportation, office and commercial, and education.
With a process-driven approach to architectural design, CEI is a leader
in community facilitation and engagement. CEI's work emphasizes LEED(R) Design
and sustainable principles, with 14 LEED Accredited Professionals, 2 certified
LEED projects and several targeted projects nearing certification.
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