The new Senior Student Residence for the Blind and Deaf Blind at W. Ross Macdonald School was the recipient of the “Sustainable Concrete Construction Award” presented at the Ontario Concrete Awards on Nov 30th in Toronto. Craig Newsome, Principal of MMMC Architects accepted the Award on behalf of the lead project team which included a presentation on the $12.6M LEED Silver Infrastructure Ontario project for the Ministry of Education Provincial Schools Branch. In the photo: Nathan Proper (top right) – Tacoma Engineers (Structural); Rich Keeler (top left), Canada Building Materials; Paolo Colllavino (bottom left) and Ron Bertolo (centre) – PCR Contractors Inc.;  Craig Newsome (bottom right) – MMMC Architects.   Congratulations to the design team for creating a sustainable and highly accessible building that meets the needs of the students and staff and fits in well to the heritage nature of the W. Ross Macdonald campus.