Civitas Wins ASLA Colorado President’s Award of Excellence for 2nd Year


In addition, Civitas received the ASLA Colorado Landmark award for Denver’s Larimer Square. The firm also received two Merit Awards, for its Wayzata Lake Effect Vision Plan on Minnesota’s Lake Minnetonka and for its Northern Arizona University Master Plan for the Flagstaff, Arizona, campus.

ASLA Colorado’s President’s Award is bestowed by unanimous jury vote for “an outstanding contribution in the advancement of the Landscape Architectural profession, which exemplifies the ethics upon which the profession was founded,” according to the organization’s announcement of 2016 award winners.

ASLA Colorado’s Landmark Design award “recognizes a distinguished landscape architecture project completed between 15 and 50 years ago that retains its original design integrity and contributes significantly to the public realm of the community in which it is located.” 2016 Honor Award winner Larimer Square, one of Civitas’ first projects begun some 30 years ago, transformed a poorly repaired streetscape and vacant historic buildings into Denver’s premier shopping and dining destination. The much-copied Larimer Square project also was recently named one of “America’s 11 Most Beautiful Streets” by

ASLA Colorado’s Professional Design Awards “recognize exceptional accomplishments by Colorado and Wyoming landscape architects and represent the work done across the country and across the globe by these individuals and studios,” says the organization. Independently judged by a jury from the ASLA Washington Chapter, this year’s winners were selected from more than 75 submissions. A complete list of ASLA Colorado’s 2016 award winners is available here.

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