Call for Award Entries
Southeast Regional Conference
Call for Award Entries
2017 Professional – Student Awards Program
Professional and Student Awards Submissions are open to projects or to ASLA Members, Associates, Fellows and registered professionals in the Southeast Region. The Southeast Region is comprised of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
Entries Due by March 22, 2017.
The goal of the ASLA Southeast Regional Awards is to strengthen the profession by promoting the works of landscape architects in the region. In order to promote and recognize the value of landscape architecture, The Southeast Regional Conference design awards are being held to recognize excellence in the design profession. The program is administered by North Carolina, Georgia and South Carolina ASLA Chapters. The jury will be outside of the Southeast Region.
Award submissions are open to projects or to ASLA Members, Associates, Fellows and registered professionals in the Southeast Region. The Southeast Region is comprised of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. This includes faculty members, and students currently teaching or enrolled in landscape architecture programs within the region. Entries are accepted from private practice, public agencies, non-profit, local, state and federal government entities. Entries from other professions are accepted pending pre-approval by the Awards Committee.
Other than projects submitted for the Landmark Award category, all projects completed after January 1, 2012, are eligible. A project may be resubmitted until it wins an award. The awards will be juried by out-of-state ASLA Chapter.
Awards will be given based on the merits of the project for the Category submitted. The decisions of the jury are final and solely based on the submission.
Possible Award Categories include:
• Award of Excellence: Awarded for innovative solution that goes beyond project purpose. One Award per Category may be given if merited.
• Honor Award: Awarded for outstanding, imaginative, and well resolved solution. Up to 20% of the total entries may receive award, if merited
• Merit Award: Given for creative and functional solution that achieves its purpose. Any number may be given per category, if merited
• Recognition Award: Recognizes projects that exhibit high standard of achievement. Any number may be given per category, if merited
Entries will be judged on quality of design or presentation, functionalism, context and surrounding relationships, technological advancements, pioneering efforts, and overall significance to the profession.
Awards will be given for General Design, Residential Design, Landmark, Analysis and Planning, Communications, Research, and Student Collaboration, and Student Community Service Award.
Complete the on-line entry form, and entry fee (Visa/MasterCard) by clicking here. Project submission and entry fee must be received no later than: March 22, 2017 at 5:00pm. Project Submissionp Packet will be emailed to the email address provided in the downloadable instructions.
All entry fees must include the appropriate entry fee, at time of submission or will not be considered for judging.