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ANNOUNCING THE 2018 AIANY + ASLA-NY TRANSPORTATION + INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN EXCELLENCE AWARDS

October 9, 2018

NEW YORK CITY, October 9, 2018 – On Monday, October 8, 2018, AIA New York and ASLA-NY announced the recipients of the 2018 the AIANY + ASLA-NY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards at the Center for Architecture.

The 12 selected projects represent exceptional transportation and infrastructure work designed by AIA and ASLA members in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. Each project was evaluated based on their commitment to sustainability, community engagement, and civic architecture.

Winning entries were awarded in five categories: Open Space, Planning, Projects, Structures, and Student Work. Of the 65 completed submissions, jurors selected the The Brooklyn Greenway (design team: eDesign Dynamics; Horticultural Society of New York; Larry Weaner Landscape Associates; Marvel Architects; Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects; WE Design Landscape Architecture) as the Best in Competition. 7 of the 12 winning projects are located in New York City.

2018 JURORS
Donald Fram, FAIA, Principal Consultant, Donald Fram Architecture & Planning
Doug Hocking, AIA, Principal, KPF
Marilyn Jordan Taylor, FAIA, Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, University of Pennsylvania
David van der Leer, Executive Director, Van Alen Institute
Donna Walcavage, FASLA, LEED AP, Principal, Stantec

AWARD RECIPIENTS

BEST IN COMPETITION

The Brooklyn Greenway
Brooklyn, NY
Design: Marvel Architects; Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects; WE Design Landscape Architecture; eDesign Dynamics; Horticultural Society of New York; Larry Weaner Landscape Associates
Client: Brooklyn Greenaway Initiative
With: Brooklyn Greenway Initiative; Dewberry; NYC Department of Design and Construction; NYC Department of Transportation; Regional Plan Association

OPEN SPACE

HONOR

Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park
Queens, NY
Park Designers: SWA/Balsley and Weiss/Manfredi
Prime Consultant and Infrastructure Designer: Arup
Client: New York City Economic Development Corporation
With: Arup

MERIT

Roberto Clemente State Park Esplanade
Bronx, NY
Landscape Architect: NV5 with Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects
Client: New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation
With: AKRF; CH2M Hill

CITATION

Spring Garden Street Connector
Philadelphia, PA
Landscape Architect: NV5
Client: Delaware River Waterfront Corporation
With: Cloud Gehshan; The Lighting Practice 

PLANNING

MERITS

The QueensWay
Queens, NY
Architect: DLANDstudio Architecture and Landscape Architecture and WXY Architecture + Urban Design
Client: The Trust for Public Land

Nexus/EWR
Newark, NJ
Architect: Gensler
Client: Regional Plan Association
With: Ahasic Aviation Advisors; Arup; Landrum & Brown

PROJECTS

MERIT

The Triboro Corridor
The Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens, NY
Architect: One Architecture & Urbanism (ONE) and Only If
Client: Regional Plan Association 

STRUCTURES

HONOR

Fulton Center
New York, NY
Design Architect: Grimshaw
Architect of Record: Page Ayres Cowley Architects
Client: NYC Metropolitan Transit Authority
With: Arup; HDR Daniel Frankfurt, James Carpenter Design Associates

MERITS

Number 7 Subway Line Extension & 34th Street-Hudson Yards Station
New York, NY
Architect: Dattner Architects
Engineer of Record: WSP
Client: MTA Capital Construction
With: HLH7 a joint venture of Hill International, HDR and LiRo; Ostergaard Acoustical Associates; STV

Mississauga Transitway
Ontario, Canada
Architect: IBI Group
Client: City of Mississauga, Transportation & Works Department
With: DesignABLE Environments; Dufferin Construction; Entro Communications; HH Angus; WSP

Denver Union Station
Denver, CO
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM)
Landscape Architect: Hargreaves Associates
Client: Denver Union Station Project Authority (DUSPA)
With: AECOM; Clanton & Associates; Kiewit Western; Tamara Kudrycki Design; Union Station Neighborhood Company

STUDENT

Turnpike Metabolism: Reconstituting National Infrastructure Through Landscape
Student: Ernest Haines
Academic Institution: MLA| 2018, Harvard Graduate School of Design

About AIA New York
AIA New York is the oldest and largest chapter of the American Institute of Architects with more than 5,500 architect, allied professional, student, and public members. AIANY is dedicated to three goals: design excellence, public outreach and professional development. www.aiany.org

About ASLA-NY
ASLA-NY is the New York Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the national professional association representing landscape architects. ASLA-NY was founded in 1914 (the second chapter of the national organization) to advocate for and serve members studying and practicing landscape architecture in the New York Metropolitan-Long Island region. The territory of the Chapter encompasses the five boroughs of New York City, Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island, and Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange and Rockland counties. The Chapter is comprised of over 500 members who engage in public, private and academic practices that participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. New York State has two chapters; New York Upstate represents the communities north of Westchester.

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