CUI Brownie Awards
Recognizing Excellence in Brownfield Redevelopment
The Canadian Urban Institute’s annual Brownie Awards program recognizes leadership, innovation and environmental sustainability in brownfields redevelopment across Canada. Working with key industry and professional organizations, the Canadian Urban Institute presents its awards at its annual Brownfields conference.
The Canadian Urban Institute endorses the efforts of the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy to remove barriers to brownfields redevelopment across Canada and is committed to promoting awareness and an improved understanding of opportunities to regenerate urban sites and neighbourhoods.
The CUI Brownie Awards program is supported financially by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Nominating a project, program or person for the CUI Brownie Awards
This year the nomination process has been streamlined to one phase. Submitted nominations should include both the completed nomination form, along with Supportive Material.
All submissions will be considered by the CUI Brownie Awards jury, which is comprised of representatives from ten professional and industry associations. In addition to the Canadian Urban Institute and Canadian Brownfields Network, the jury includes representatives from the Canadian Institute of Planners/Ontario Professional Planners Institute; Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario; Federation of Canadian Municipalities; Ontario Association of Architects; Natural Resources Canada, NRU Publishing Inc., Professional Engineers Ontario, and ReNew Canada.
The jury selects Finalists and Winners in 7 categories, and also awards 3 best-in-class Brownies.