2017

  • PMO of the Year Award 2017

    • Winner

      • CAMH

        The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is Canada’s largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital. The PMO supports portfolios across the organization and ensures alignment with the vision of CAMH. They have an enterprise reporting strategy to ensure accuracy in their clinical and financial dashboards and information. Their initiatives have helped improve patient safety and operational procedures.

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        CAMH
    • Finalists

      • MetLife

        MetLife’s Enterprise Application Development PMO works to support strategic initiatives, ensuring solutions that simplify operations and benefit their customers. They have become trusted advisors focused on Portfolio Management, Process Effectiveness, Project Operations and Workforce Planning. Accomplishments include the alignment of the portfolio, budget visibility, and centralizing the tools that are used.

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        MetLife
      • Henkels & McCoy Group, Inc.

        Henkels & McCoy’s PMO is aligned with the Enterprise’s strategic objectives of customer satisfaction, contract compliance, and profit retention. In partnership with other company functions, HMG’s PMO developed and implemented processes and procedures to ensure consistency in practice, maintain safety and quality, and measure performance.

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        Henkels & McCoy Group
  • PMI Project of the Year Award 2017

    • Winner

      • Hanford Double Shell Tank AY-102 Recovery Project

        Washington River Protection Solutions, LLC

        Budget: US$107.3 million

        Hanford, Washington, USA

        Highlight: Tank AY-102 is a 1 million gallon capacity double shell tank commissioned in 1971 storing radioactive and chemical waste. In August 2012, this storage tank was found to be leaking nuclear waste. The nuclear waste needed to be removed and transferred to a double-shell tank for safe storage. The project closed ahead of scheduled and US$8.7 million under budget.

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    • Finalists

      • University Link Light Rail Extension

        Sound Transit

        Budget: US$1.8 billion

        Seattle, Washington, USA

        Highlight: Seattle Washington is the second worst city in the U.S. for time commuters are stuck in traffic. In order to reduce rising roadway congestion, this project was implemented to extend the light rail system 3.2 miles (5 kilometers) via underground tunnels. The rail line opened six months ahead of schedule, and the project closed US$200 million under budget.

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      • Gahcho Kué Project

        De Beers Canada / Hatch Ltd.

        Budget: CA$1.1 billion

        Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada

        Highlight: De Beer’s Gahcho Kué mine was built deep in Canada’s Northwest Territories just below the Arctic Circle. The project was to build a diamond mine and production facility in one of the world’s harshest climates. The facility started production two months early.

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  • PMI Continuing Professional Education Product of the Year Award 2017

    • Winner

      • Swiss Island®

        Spirit at PM GmbH and AUTHESIS GmbH

  • PMI Eric Jenett Project Management Excellence Award 2017

    • Winners

      • Alfonso Bucero, PMI-RMP, PMP, PfMP, PMI Fellow

      • Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan, PhD, PMI-ACP, PMI-RMP, PMI-SP, PMP

  • PMI Fellow Award 2017

    • Winners

      • Linda Vella, BA, PMP, PMI Fellow

      • Eugene C. Bounds, CSM, PMP, PMI Fellow

  • PMI Project Excellence Award 2017

    • Winners

      • Tank 12 Closure

        Savannah River Remediation

        Aiken, South Carolina, USA

      • ICT fitout delivered ‘As a Service’ for 1 William Street

        Dimension Data Australia

        Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

      • AP Farm Ventilation Upgrades Project

        Washington River Protection Solutions

        Richland, Washington, USA

  • PMI David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award 2017

    • Winner

      • Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World

        by GEN (Ret) Stanley McChrystal U.S. Army, Tantum Collins, David Silverman, and Chris Fussell

  • PMI Project Management Journal® Paper of the Year Award 2017

    • Winners

      • The Projectification of Everything: Projects as a Human Condition

        By Anders Jensen, PhD, Christian Thuesen, PhD, and Joana Geraldi, PhD

      • Floating in Space? On the Strangeness of Exploratory Projects

        By Sylvain Lenfle, PhD

  • PMI Research Achievement Award 2017

    • Winners

      • Monica Lindgren, PhD

      • Svetlana Cicmil, PhD

      • Johann Packendorff, PhD

      • Damian Hodgson, PhD

  • PMI Scholar-Practitioner Award 2017

    • Winner

      • Ray Levitt, PhD

  • PMI Linn Stuckenbruck Teaching Excellence Award 2017

    • Winner

      • Vijay Kanabar, PhD, PMP (Boston University)