Members of the group are (from left to right) Sandra Lunn, Paige Waldock, Samantha Champagne, Carter Shieck, and Kailey De Silva. Their advisor was Professor Scott Bucking, on the far left.

A Carleton University Civil Engineering design project group supervised by Scott Bucking won the first prize in Ontario Public Works Association Ottawa Valley Branch Mike Sheflin Student Paper Competition held on Wednesday April 12, 2017. At this yearly activity, Carleton University and University of Ottawa Civil Engineering students show case their best efforts in the area of Public Works. The winning project from Carleton University was titled “Northern Nomad Net-Zero Energy Tiny House ”. This  competition honours Mike Sheflin, who served as Commissioner of Public Works at the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton (renamed as the City of Ottawa). The Hunt Club Road Bridge across Rideau River is named after Mike Sheflin.