2018 St. Louis ASLA Awards 

The St. Louis Chapter of ASLA is excited to announce the 2018/2019 Call for Awards Submissions! Each year we take a moment to celebrate the many successes of our vibrant Landscape Architecture community and the clients and projects that keep us busy. You're encouraged to submit your firm’s work for consideration. Payment and submission access will be live Jan. 2, 2019, but start compiling your project information now! 

To view the categories and requirements for the awards, please click here

Schedule:  

2018-12-19        Call for Submissions
2019-01-02        Submission Payments Open (online)
2019-01-30        Submission Fee Payments Due (online)
2019-02-08        Submissions Due (via Dropbox)
2019-03-08        Winners Notified
2019-04-05        Awards Event (evening)

As St. Louis is hosting the ASLA Central States Conference next year, at the Chase Park Plaza, April 3-5 2019. We're aligning the awards event for the evening of the last day of the conference. That way, we can celebrate all day long!  

Also, please consider sending in a Nomination for one of our Non-Juried Distinctions.  

  • The Robert Goetz Award acknowledges a chapter member’s professional career and contributions to the profession of landscape architecture.  The award is for experienced landscape architects with 25+ years of experience and in good standing with the Chapter, ASLA, and the State of Missouri.
  • The Civic Stewardship Award acknowledges the contributions of public agencies, institutions, not-for-profits and individuals who have exhibited stewardship of the natural resources, communities, landscapes and built environment of the St. Louis region.
  • The Emerging Young Professional Award acknowledges the contributions to the St. Louis Chapter and the profession of Landscape Architecture for practitioners 35 years of age or younger.
  • The Landmark Design Award acknowledges a built environment, within the St. Louis Chapter geographical boundaries, which has made a significant contribution to its community over a 25-year or greater time period.  The built environment must have been designed, managed, or maintained by a landscape architect from the St. Louis Chapter.

*See link to Non-Juried Distinctions fact sheet for more information and submission instructions. Nominations are due Wednesday, Feb. 27.

*Please note, the deadlines and awards event timing coincide with the deadlines and awards event timing for Central States awards submissions.  Every effort has been made to streamline both submission guidelines and categories, but they are distinct submissions and will have distinct juries. In an effort to give our members a heads-up, the Call for Central States Awards submissions will come directly after the new year.  

*The Online payment and Drop Box Links will be issued after the 1st of the year. Stay tuned for more!

*Also, if you are a Chapter Member interested in jurying the Student Awards, please email michelle@dtls-studio.com to express your interest.


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