The Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) gave two Waterloo researchers awards at their recent 2018 CNAM Conference.
Professor Mark Knight, the executive director of the Centre for the Advancement of Trenchless Technologies (CATT), received the 2018 CNAM Pioneer Award. This award honours individuals who have played an integral role in advancing the asset management industry in Canada and celebrates their long-term commitment and unwavering dedication to the asset management industry.
Professor Knight accepted the award on behalf of his fellow researchers colleagues (Andre Unger in the Department of Earth Sciences, Carl Haas in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Neil Brisley in the School of Accounting and Finance, and Rizwan Younis at CATT), PhD and master’s graduate students at the University of Waterloo, and industry partners (City of Waterloo, City of London, Region of Waterloo, City of Niagara Falls, and City of Cambridge). See full story here.