2022 Awards

This year’s annual Awards Gala was held virtually on May 19, when the Potomac Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects recognized 16 projects with professional awards.  Douglas Hays, FASLA was honored with the Chapter’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

The audience learned from Olmsted Landscape Historian, Arleyn A. Levee, Hon. ASLA.  Arleyn A. Levee, Hon. ASLA is a landscape designer, historian and preservation consultant, specializing in the work of the Olmsted firm.

Click here to view our online exhibition of award winners, hosted by AIA DC.

The following awards were announced.  Click on the listing of each award winner for details on the project. 

Honor Awards in Analysis, Planning, and Urban Design

LSG Landscape Architecture for Frederick Douglass Park on the Tuckahoe, Talbot County, MD

 

Rhodeside Harwell for Taylor Farm Park Master Plan, Sandston, VA

 

Honor Awards in Design-Built

Parker Rodriguez and Fine Landscapes Ltd. for The Perch at Capital One Center, Tysons, VA

 

Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects for Alethia Tanner Park, Washington, DC

 

HOK for LG North American Headquarters, Englewood Cliffs, NJ

 

Honor Award in Design-Unbuilt

VHB for Pennsylvania Avenue West Streetscape, Washington, DC

 

Merit Award in Design-Unbuilt

carmichael associates llc for Packing House Courtyard, Cambridge, MD

 

Merit Award in Residential Design

Campion Hruby Landscape Architects for Accotink Creek, Fairfax, VA

 

Merit Award in Historic Preservation

Rhodeside Harwell for Branch Brook Park, Newark, NJ

 

Merit Awards in Design-Built

Moody Graham for Guardians of the First Amendment Memorial, Annapolis, MD

 

Jordan Honeyman Landscape Architecture LLC for Dewey Park, Veirs Mill, MD

 

Volkert Inc. for Route 9 Traffic Calming and Pedestrian Safety, Hillsboro, VA

 

Hord Coplan Macht for Glasshouse, Pittsburgh, PA

 

LSG Landscape Architecture for Janelia Recreation Area, Ashburn, VA

 

Parker Rodriguez for Park Kennedy, Washington, DC

 

Hord Coplan Macht for The Fields at RFK Campus, Washington, DC