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ASLA Colorado Design Awards

Professional Design Awards Recognize Members' Exceptional Work for 2016

ASLA Colorado's annual awards ceremony showcases outstanding projects completed by ASLA Colorado members. Our winners prove each year that ASLA-designated landscape architects are simply the best at what they do. Scroll down to see all the winners. CLICK HERE to see the press release.

Design over $500,000 Construction Budget

awardthumb_design1a_01_stpatrickislandRecognizes constructed, site-specific works of landscape architectural design that have construction budgets over $500,000.


Design under $500,000 Construction Budget

awardthumb_design1b_01_fr8scapeRecognizes constructed, site-specific works of landscape architectural design that have construction budgets under $500,000.


Planning & Analysis

awardthumb_planning_01_stanleyranchRecognizes the wide variety of professional activities that lead to, guide, or evaluate landscape architectural design.


Research & Communication

awardthumb_rescomm_01_shapingvoyageursRecognizes work of accepted rigor relative to historical or technical research, providing evidence of examination of a problem, using recognized methods of research and arriving at supported and original findings of value to the profession.


Residential Design Over and Under $100,000 Construction Budget

awardthumb_residential_01_linescastlecreekRecognizes constructed, site-specific works of landscape architectural design that have been designed for individual residences that have construction budgets over and under $100k.


Landmark Design

awardthumb_landmark_01_blueriverwalkwayRecognizes a distinguished landscape architecture project completed between 15 and 50 years ago that retains its original design integrity and contributes significantly to the public realm of the community in which it is located.


Rotating Category: Flood Restoration

awardthumb_floodres_01_bigelkThe specialty award will recognize categories that are important to our profession but may be overlooked because of other more “glamorous” project types. The category for 2015 is Flood Restoration Projects. This category should include a plan or project that focuses on flood restoration. Projects do not have to be constructed at time of entry. Projects may be located in any state as long as the primary landscape architect is in Colorado or Wyoming. Projects that have received an award in the past are not eligible for this new category.