The AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards recognize exceptional design by New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania AIA and ASLA members. The awards program is open to registered architects, landscape architects, and planners.
Built and unbuilt projects will be reviewed for their innovative design approaches to transportation and infrastructure. AIANY + ASLANY will recognize projects that reflect a commitment to sustainability, community engagement, and civic architecture.
Students enrolled in and recent graduates (2018 graduation year) of an accredited architecture, landscape architecture, and planning programs are also eligible.
- Structures – recognizes design excellence in commissioned and completed buildings, bridges, tunnels, and mixed-use development
- Planning- seeks the most compelling work and ideas in urban planning, studies, design guides, advocacy, and regional scale planning. Commissioned and completed master plans and planning reports are also eligible.
- Open Space – recognizes design excellence in parks, constructed wetlands, and resilient sites.
- Projects – recognizes conceptual, unfinished, or unbuilt work. If an entry is awarded under this category, it will not be eligible for a future award once project has been realized.
- Student Award – recognizes excellence in a project from the three categories above: Structures, Planning, and Open Space.
Award Levels for all Categories
- Honor Award – Represents the highest level of achievement
- Merit Award – Represents distinguished achievement
- Citation – Represents exemplary achievements on specific project aspects.
- Best in Competition – Jurors will select one entry among the Honor Award winners to receive this unique recognition
- AIA and ALSA members in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut Chapters who are registered architects, landscape architects, and planners may submit a project in any location.
- Commissioned work that is built or completed master plans are eligible for Structures, Planning, and Open Space categories. Unfinished, or conceptual work is only eligible for Projects and Student Award categories. Built and unbuilt work must have owner’s consent.
- Students enrolled in or 2018 graduates of an accredited architecture, landscape architecture, and planning programs in the United States may submit.
- Built projects should have been completed since January 2013. Unbuilt projects must have been conceived and started after January 2013.
- Registered architects, landscape architects, and planners are eligible to submit for all categories except Student.
- Students are eligible for the Student and Project categories only.
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