Each year, the Ottawa Business Journal and the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce choose 40 of the Region’s top young business leaders and recognise them for their professional achievements, expertise and community involvement. In 2015, Shawn was named to this list, selected from over 300 candidates.
Award of Excellence, Residential / Commercial
Category: Infill Address: 3773 Carp Road
This new mixed-use red-brick building is home to Alice’s Village Café and two residential apartments on the second floor. It is located at the former site of the garden of St. James Rectory, which was built in 1905. The Jury observed: “This project fulfills all the expectations of excellence for infill, as well as the goals of the Carp Community Design Plan. The new building has brought new commercial services into the core with a multi-functional building that respects its historical contract but is unquestionably of its own time. the new building’s massing, materials and form harmonize with its neighbouring heritage structures, and its tight setback from the street perpetuates the traditional streetscape of small-town commercial properties with respect to both pedestrian and vehicular traffic”.
Malcolm Wildeboer, B. Arch OAA MRAIC – Vandenberg & Wildeboer Architects Inc.
F. Shawn Argue, P.Eng, President – Argue Construction Ltd.
Greg Winters, MCIP RPP – Novatech Engineering Consultants Ltd.
Crystal Therrien, Owner – Alice’s Village Cafe
Gregory LeBlanc & Sallie Storey, Property Owners – Carp Retirement Properties
The ‘Inukshuk Award’ is a very special award at Robertson.
An Inukshuk is a welcome beacon for travelers in the far north because it says, “You’re on the right path”.
And so it is with our Inukshuk award winning builder. They may not be the largest builder or the builder with the greatest volume, but they are on the right path and embody the full meaning of ‘partnership’.
This year, we are very proud to present the Inukshuk award to:
Argue Construction Ltd.
-Robertson Building Systems