Connecticut ASLA Chapter Announces Professional & Student Awards05-17-24 | Association News

Connecticut ASLA Chapter Announces Professional & Student Awards

2024 ASLA CT Awards
by Staff

The Connecticut ASLA Chapter announced their annual awards winners, including the Award of Excellence winning firm Towers|Golde, who designed the Northwest Science Quad at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. (Photo credit: ASLA Connecticut)
Van Dyk Recycling Solutions Headquarters - In order to create a relaxing space for the client's employees, Wesley Stout Associates added shaded and non-shaded seating areas surrounded by turf for yard games and screening foliage. (Photo credit: ASLA Connecticut)
Rose Manor - Janice Parker Landscape Architects created a classically beautiful formal rose garden in collaboration with the estate's owner. (Photo credit: ASLA Connecticut)

The ASLA Connecticut (CT) Chapter recently announced the winners of the 2024 awards cycle, recognizing 12 firms and individuals across both Professional & Student categories.
Professional Categories:
Award of Excellence:
- Corporate/Institutional Spaces: Towers|Golde, The Northwest Science Quad at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
Honor Awards:
- Landscape Planning & Analysis: SLR Consulting, Visioning a Historic Retail Corridor, Greenwich, CT

- Residential: Artemis Landscape Architects, Creating Connections, Katonah, NY
- Residential: Artemis Landscape Architects, Sea Cove Views, Jamestown, RI
- Corporate/Institutional Spaces: Reed Hilderbrand, Community Care: St. Thomas More Catholic Chapel & Center at Yale, New Haven, CT
- Corporate/Institutional Spaces: Wesley Stout Associates, VDRS Headquarters, South Norwalk, CT
Merit Awards:
- Landscape Architectural Communication: Fuss & O'Neill, Pine Street TOD Mobility and Green Infrastructure Improvements, Pawtucket, RI
- Landscape Planning & Analysis: SLR Consulting, Woodbridge Business Connectivity Study, Woodbridge, CT
- Residential: Janice Parker Landscape Architects, Rose Manor, Greenwich, CT
- Residential: James Doyle Design Associates, Pollinator-Friendly Homestead, Greenwich, CT
- Corporate/Institutional Spaces: Artemis Landscape Architects & SWA Group, The Clearing: Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial, Sandy Hook, CT
Student Categories:
Honor Award: Elisabeth Helmin, Transformative Design in Downtown Storrs, University of Connecticut
Merit Award: Michael Amato, Zachary Delorenzo, & Pavana Jairaj, Field and Forest Ecovillage, University of Massachusetts Amherst
A list of the projects and their descriptions can be found on the following websites: