Access Awards 2005
The Sparks Family Home
For Gaby Sparks, receiving an accessibility award was an added benefit. Her home is a haven. She enters the front door with ease, given the sloped entrance. Cupboards are lower in her kitchen. A deck in the backyard can be accessed either by the house or ramp in the yard. She even has accessible shed.
“For the first time in 10 years,” I can move within my own independently. “It’s great” she says.
Provencher Bridge/Esplanade Riel
Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram Landscape Architecture planning
Glenn Manning, landscape architect for the Provencher Bridge/Esplanade Riel project, says, “ The view is best from the accessible path. Style and beauty don’t have to be compromised with accessibility.”
Inn At The Forks Winnipeg
Smith Carter Architects & Engineers Inc.
Feasby ALS Home
The Mann Family
Fort Whyte Centre
Downtown Red River College Outdoor Landscaping
Allan Simpson Memorial Gardens