2016 GAASLA Awards Call for Entries
Thank you for your interest in this year’s GAASLA Professional and Student Awards. Every other year we seek to honor the best in landscape architecture from our state of Georgia. Award recipients, their clients and advisers will be honored at the Awards Party which will be held at Magnolia Hall in Piedmont Park, in Atlanta, Georgia Thursday October 13, 2016. More information regarding the banquet will follow, please check our website for updates and information.
ONLINE ENTRIES: Apply below!
IMPORTANT: Upon payment and completion of the online registration and gathering of all required submittal items, please utilize Dropbox.com (simply share a web link to the folder), or a similar cloud based file transfer service to transmit files by the deadline to: email@example.com
NOTE: Total entry data shall not exceed 150MB
BY MAIL ENTRIES: All submitted information must be on a single CD, DVD, or USB drive (will not be returned). Complete the form to the left, once for each entry and mail it, along with payment and all required submittal items to:
Georgia Chapter ASLA
GA ASLA Awards Program
PO Box 18622
Atlanta, GA 31126
Late entries will not be accepted.
Friday, June 24, 2016 – All entries must be received by GA|ASLA by 5pm
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 – All entrants will be notified of the results on or before
Thursday, October 13, 2016 – Recipients will be honored at the Awards Party
Professional ASLA Member $150
Professional Non-member $580*/$150
Non-Member, Other $200**
Student ASLA Member $20
Student ASLA Non-Member $75*
Non-member Legacy Award $100
*non-member fee provides a one year membership in ASLA. A non-member may enter more than one project; additional projects are entered at the professional ASLA member fee.
**non-member Other is for the categories Research and Communications, for non-Professional Landscape Architects (PLA)
Project must be completed by an ASLA Fellow, ASLA Full Member, ASLA Associate Member, non-member Professional Landscape Architect (PLA), ASLA Student Member, or landscape architecture student non-member, except as noted for the Research, Communications and Legacy Award categories.
While location of the project can be worldwide, the work must be substantially completed by individuals or firms within the state of Georgia.
The project must not have previously won a GA|ASLA award in the same category (National or TriState Awards do not affect eligibility).
The project must meet all requirements set forth in this Call for Entries.
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