DC Licensure Potomac Chapter ASLA
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Street Social @ Yards West Potomac Chapter ASLA
President’s Award 2021: AECOM
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1701 Rhode Island Avenue, Washington, DC Potomac Chapter ASLA
Honor Award in Design Built: Parker Rodriguez
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Sycamore Hill Gateway Plaza, Greenville, NC Potomac Chapter ASLA
Honor Award in Design Built: Rhodeside Harwell
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Bennett’s Village Playground, Charlottesville, VA Potomac Chapter ASLA
Honor Award in Design Unbuilt: Mahan Rykiel Associates
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Gude Landfill Passive Land Use Master Plan, Rockville, MD Potomac Chapter ASLA
Honor Award in Design Unbuilt: Floura Teeter Landscape Architects
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26 EAST, Annapolis, MD Potomac Chapter ASLA
Honor Award in Residential: LOCH Collective
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Murch Elementary School, Washington, DC Potomac Chapter ASLA
Merit Award in Design Built: Jordan Honeyman Landscape Architecture LLC
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Smart City Vizag, Southeast India Potomac Chapter ASLA
Merit Award in Analysis, Planning, and Urban Design: AECOM
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The National Native American Veterans Memorial, Washington, DC Potomac Chapter ASLA
Merit Award in Design Built: Rhodeside Harwell
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NORTH POINT RIVER GARDEN
St. Michaels, MD
Potomac Chapter ASLA
Merit Award in Residential: LOCH Collective
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The Potomac
Chapter of
ASLA

Potomac ASLA is the Potomac Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the national professional association representing landscape architects.

Potomac Chapter ASLA was founded to advocate for and serve members studying and practicing landscape architecture in the Greater Washington, DC region, including northern Virginia and suburban Maryland.

2021 VIRTUAL AWARDS GALA
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Awards

2021 Potomac Chapter
Professional Awards

Each year, the Potomac Chapter ASLA honors the best in landscape architecture in the DC metropolitan area through a juried awards program.

As was the case last year, all members and applicants will be notified in advance of the names of the winning firms and projects (although not the level of the award).

All awards will be presented at our virtual Awards Gala on May 6, 2021.

We will again plan a dynamic and celebratory atmosphere for the event and will share the recording widely afterwards.

Click here and apply by March 22.

Founded in 1899, the mission of The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) is to advocate, to lead, to educate, and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of cultural, natural and/or the built environments for human enjoyment.

The most important role ASLA takes on for you as a landscape architect or designer, is legal advocacy for the profession on the federal (National) and state (local Chapter) levels. ASLA is doing a lot of work behind the scenes, whether you know it or not, that directly affects you and your livelihood. Without ASLA’s persistent, timely and unwavering effort, landscape architecture as we know and practice it, would not be able to stand up to recurring state sunset laws and federal restrictions.

Michael Casey, ASLA, PLA, LEED AP
2018-2019 President

Our Partners

Strategic Planning
Retreat

Each year the Chapter holds a strategic planning retreat to set our annual goals and priorities. This year we are focusing on membership benefits, strengthening the profession, and growing the Chapter. We are especially interested in increasing the engagement of Emerging Professionals, connecting with allied professionals, and educational outreach to increase the visibility of the profession. Click here for the full report.

CARLA ELLERN, RLA, ASLA, LEED® AP BD+C

“The biggest benefit of joining the ASLA is being part of the movement and learning how as a group we can work to improve lives through landscape.”