Congratulations to those landscape architects, teams and campuses that are winners in the 2014 Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Campus Awards Program in the Landscape Design and Planning categories. The goal of the program, started in 2001, is to recognize excellence in higher education and its resultant physical environment. In 2013, there was a slight uptick in the number of submissions under the planning (20) and landscape (19) categories. This year, there were 22 submissions under the planning category and only 14 submissions in the landscape category.
The 2015 Call for SCUP Excellence Award Entries will open October 1, 2014. I encourage all of you to start thinking about which landscape and planning projects you’re going to submit for the 2015 program.
In the meantime, following is a list of the 2014 SCUP award winners in the four categories of Landscape and Planning.
SCUP Excellence in Landscape Architecture – Open Space Planning and Design
Duke University for Hybrid Landscape West Campus with Reed Hilderbrand LLC and Pfeiffer Partners Architects PC, Stewart Inc., Ecological Landscape Management, Jeffrey L. Bruce Co., Irrigation Consulting, Inc., Grimshaw Architects, James Carpenter Design Associates, Buro Happold, Tillotson Design Associates, Rico Associates, Shepley Bulfinch, Collaborative Lighting LLC
University of Wisconsin-Waukesha for University Field Station Master Plan with GRAEF
SCUP Excellence in Landscape Architecture – General Design
Stony Brook University/The State University of New York for Simons Center for Geometry and Physics with Dirtworks Landscape Architecture, PC and Perkins Eastman Architects, PC, Weidlinger Associates, Delta Fountain, Excel Engineering, P.C.
University of British Columbia for Pedestrian Campus, University of British Columbia and Karen Kiest Landscape Architects, Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg, Core Group, Kamps Engineering, Great Northern Engineering Consultants, Francis Krahe and Associates, Rod Turkington Irrigation, Aloha Pools, Raincoast Applied Ecology, Public Architecture and Communications, Arbortech Consulting, Syncra Construction
University of Massachusetts Amherst for Southwest Concourse Revitalization with Stephen Stimson Associates Landscape Architects and Kleinfelder, Inc., Pine & Swallow Environmental, Reflex Lighting, Charles Mayer Photography
University of Pennsylvania for Shoemaker Green with Andropogon Associates Ltd. and Meliora Design, Irrigation Consultants, Inc., Tillett Lighting Design, Mulhern Engineering, Keast & Hood, Stantec, Craul Land Scientists, Fiorella Woodworking
SCUP Excellence in Planning for a District or Campus Component
College of Charleston for Dixie Plantation Master Plan with Ayers Saint Gross and Biohabitats, Inc., GEL Engineering & Environmental, LLC, Aiken Cost Consultants, Inc., DWG Engineering, ADC Engineering
University of Chicago for New Academic Complex and Campus Precinct with Ann Beha Architects and Gensler, OLIN, Thornton Tomasetti, dbHMS, Terra Engineering, Schuler Shook, Kirkegaard Associates, Shen Milsom & Wilke, Building Conservation Associates, Turner Construction Company
Kent State University and the City of Kent, Ohio for College Town Kent with NBBJ and Fairmount Properties, Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority (PARTA)
SCUP Excellence in Planning for an Existing Campus
Tecnologico de Monterrey, Regeneración – A Vision Plan for the Distrito Tec and Monterrey with Sasaki Associates, Inc. and Mobility in Chain, Parsons Consulting Group
University of Texas at Austin for University of Texas at Austin Campus Master Plan with Sasaki Associates, Inc. and PageSoutherlandPage, Architexas, Fehr & Peers, Alliance-Texas Engineering Company, Ecosystem Design Group–Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Energy Strategies, LLC, Corneil Collaborative
University of Wisconsin-Madison for Campus Master Plan with Ayers Saint Gross and Ken Saiki Design, VHB, Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Congratulations to all!
by Dean Gregory, ASLA, MBCSLA, LEED® AP, UBC Campus Landscape Architect and Campus Planning and Design PPN Chair
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