2015 Oct 01

2015 ASLA Professional Design Awards

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has awarded Reed Hilderbrand three 2015 ASLA Professional Awards. The project “Below the Surface: Evaluating Urban Soil Performance over Time,” launched by Principal Eric Kramer and in collaboration with Halvorson Design Partnership, received an Honor Award for Research. The Clark Art Institute campus, which opened last summer after more than a decade of collaboration, earned an Honor Award in General Design. Finally, Long Dock Park, our project with Scenic Hudson Land Trust to create a waterfront park that exemplified the best practices in site remediation, claimed the 2015 Award of Excellence, the highest award given by the ASLA for outstanding work in landscape architecture. Congratulations to all that contributed to the success of these projects.

For detailed information about Reed Hilderbrand’s projects and other winners this year, visit the ASLA’s comprehensive 2015 Design Awards website. The October issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine also includes coverage of the winning projects.

Principal Eric Kramer’s field work with Kelby Fite and Bryant Scharenbroch
View from The Clark Art Institute Visitor Center
Courtesy of James Ewing