2014 Award Recipients

A special thank you to the Tennessee Chapter ASLA for judging the 2014 Chapter Awards!

Professional Design Awards

Built Design 

Honor Award

Buffalo Outer Harbor Parkway
Trowbridge Wolf Michaels Landscape Architect

Merit Award

2 Court Street Green Infrastructure 
HAAS Landscape Architect

ABVI Outdoor Mobility Training Area
Bergmann Associates

Buffalo Promise Neighborhood Children's Academy
Parkitects, Inc.

Erie Harbor Public Enhancements
Bayer Landscape Architects

McKinley High School
Joy Kuebler Landscape Architect

South Main Street Streetscape
Behan Planning and Design

Syracuse Connective Corridor, Phase 1
Barton & Loguidice, DCP

Planning & Analysis 

Honor Award

City-Wide Parks Master Plan - City in a Park Plan
Bergmann Associates

Merit Award

Riverfront Master Plan
Peter J. Smith & Company, Inc.

NY Rising Reconstruction Project
PLACE Alliance

Research & Communication

Honor Award

City of Orillia Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan
peter j smith & company

Merit Award

Picture Main Street 'LIVE' 
Joy Kuebler Landscape Architect

Historic Preservation

Merit Award

A Cultural Landscape Report for Brookwood Point
Tempelton Landscape Architecture and Planning 

Unbuilt Design

Merit Award

Reconnecting The Central Business District Through South Miami Avenue to the River
peter j smith & company

Practitioner and Student Awards

Lifetime Achievement Award


The Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes an individual practitioner for their contributions to the profession over their career. This is an Executive Committee nominated award.

George W. Curry, FASLA

Distinguished Practitioner Award

This award recognizes an outstanding individual practitioner for their achievements in three areas - design, leadership, and ASLA Chapter involvement.

Michael Haas, ASLA  | Private Practice

Michael Haas, ASLA | Private Practice

Timothy Toland, ASLA  | Academic

Timothy Toland, ASLA | Academic

Distinguished Student Award

This award recognizes students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and service within the Department of Landscape Architecture or in other activities in the community related to the profession.


Gena Morgis , SUNY ESF

Individual Awards


Outstanding Leader in Landscape Architecture
Recognition of the exceptional work Thomas has done with the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy. His work has elevated the role of landscape architecture in the
community and has brought Olmsted’s first ever Park and Parkway system back from the brink to the thriving community asset that it is today.

Thomas Herrera-Mishler, RLA

Friend to Landscape Architecture
Recognition of the many years of dedicated collaboration and service to both our profession and to so many of our Members.

David McIntyre