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Canadian Value Award (CSVA Life Value Achievement Award)
The Canadian Value Award is CSVA’s highest honour, recognizing individuals who have demonstrated over their careers, exceptional contributions to the advancement of Value Management and support to the Canadian Society of Value Analysis / CSVA.

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CSVA Award of Merit / Innovation

Recognizing individuals, or organizations that have demonstrated exceptional innovation, and contributions to the advancement of Value Management.



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CSVA Award of Merit / Government
Recognizing exceptional contributions to the advancement of Value Management in government.

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CSVA Award of Merit / Education
Presented to individuals or organizations in recognition of exceptional contribution to the advancement of Value Management in the field of education.

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CSVA Stars and Stripes - President's Citation of Merit
This unique Award is presented to American Value Practitioners, in recognition of exceptional contributions to the advancement of Value Management in Canada, and support to the Canadian Society of Value Analysis.

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CSVA Award of Merit – Industry
Presented to individuals or organizations in recognition of exceptional contribution to the advancement, or exemplary application of Value Management in industry and manufacturing.

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CSVA Award of Merit – Construction
Presented to individuals or organizations in recognition of exceptional contributions to the advancement of Value Management, or exemplary application of Value Management in the field of construction.

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CSVA Special Award
Presented to individuals or organizations in recognition of exceptional contributions to the advancement of Value Management and support to the Canadian Society of Value Analysis / CSVA. A complete listing of past Award of Merit recipients can be found at the CSVA website

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Nathalie-Provost Award
The Nathalie Provost Award was established in 2010, and is presented each year to a woman who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of the value analysis in Canada and / or the world. This award acknowledges the 1989 Montreal École Polytechnique tragedy, in which 14 women engineering students were killed. Nathalie Provost was a survivor of that event and became an engineer and Value Management practitioner.

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Pfeiffer-Wales Award

Canadian Society for Value Analysis award for the best formal presentation by student teams involved in the McGill University Value Engineering Workshop. The award honours Professor Pfeiffer who initiated the Value Engineering course in 1973 at McGill University with Henry Wales, a CVS, who commuted each fall from the Pennsylvania for decades to teach the course.  

 

 

 



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