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London and District Construction Association Award  - Western University

Awarded to a student entering fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering. This student must
demonstrate a serious interest in pursuing a career in the construction industry or as a
consulting engineer and should have shown an improvement in academic performance in
the year preceding the receipt of the award. Preference will be given to students who have
demonstrated work experience in the construction industry. Established through the
generosity of the London and District Construction Association.

Students must have a minimum of 80% year weighted average in the previous year.






Tyler Williams - 2017 Recipient 

The London & District Construction Association Award - Fanshawe College 

Successfully completed the final level (final semester) of the Construction Engineering Technology (Management) program

Attended on a full-time basis

Maintained a minimum 2.0 GPA (cumulative)

Demonstrates that he or she is the most improved student

Please note: Students do not apply for this award.  Selection is bases on the above criteria






 Sean Mooney - 2015 Recipient



London & District Construction Association Women in Construction Award

This award has been established to encourage and support students in the Building Technology, Construction Technology Management Program at Fanshawe College.


Presented to a female student who has completed the first year and entering into the second year of the Construction Technology Management program who has achieved a minimum 3.5 Grade Point Average.

Demonstrates keen interest in the program through active participation in classes

The student must submit a one page type written essay describing "what inspired you to choose a career in the construction industry & where do you aspire to be within the field?"  The essay will be reviewed & recipient selected by the program coordinator.

The award recipient will be selected by the Program Coordinator & approved by the Manager of Student Awards.


Rola Al Sabawi - 2015 Recipient



Young Construction Executives' Club Education Award 

Specific to: Thames Valley District School Board Secondary Schools
Established in 2014 by the London District Construction Associations’ Young Construction Executive Club
1) The student must be graduating with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, have taken previous technology courses and must prepare and submit an approximate 500 word essay explaining why he/she should receive the scholarship. This essay must include a minimum of two examples of how the student has demonstrated interest in and commitment to the construction sector.
2) The student must be enrolled in Canadian post‐secondary education (diploma or degree program) in a construction related architectural, engineering, management, technology or trade program.
3) The student must have demonstrated an interest in and a commitment to construction.
4) The student must demonstrate qualities of leadership shown throughout their school career, extracurricular activities, community involvement and/or part time work. Please include a resume highlighting your achievements and community contributions.

Selection Process:

Each school may identify a candidate or candidates and forward the student's completed report to  The submission will be reviewed and recipient will be selected by the Young Construction Executive Club's Executive Committee.


Dak Johnstone the first recipient of the Young Construction Executives' Club Education Award








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