The annual general meeting luncheon event is also the venue for the presentation of PEO’s annual S.E. Wolfe Thesis Award and V.G. Smith Award. This year’s S.E. Wolfe Thesis Award, which is presented to a member who has passed at least one PEO exam and whose thesis has been awarded the highest mark of those presented during the year, went to Abner Ocampo, P.Eng., a mechanical engineer with the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, for his engineering report Rehabilitation and Design Improvement of Moveable Bridge Buffers and Span Locks. He received a mark of 99 per cent.
The V.G. Smith Award, which is presented to an engineer who has achieved registration during the past year by examination and possesses the highest standing of those completing exams that year, was presented to Lawrence William Green, P.Eng., of Ontario Power Generation. Green successfully completed 10 technical exams with an average of 84 per cent, and his highest scores were 97 per cent, 96 per cent and 93 per cent.