GA|ASLA News

ATLANTA BRIDGESCAPE COMPETITION

posted on February 4th, 2015  |  Read more

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Wilma Sothern, Central Atlanta Progress Phone Number (404) 658-5910 Email Address: wilma@atlantadowntown.com ATLANTA BRIDGESCAPE COMPETITION LAUNCHES International design competition seeks proposals for two bridges crossing Atlanta’s Interstate 75/85 Connector Atlanta – January 13, 2015 – Central Atlanta Progress (CAP) and the Midtown Alliance today announced the Atlanta Bridgescape Competition,   …Continue Reading

Contribute to the GAASLA Legal Defense Fund

posted on December 28th, 2014  |  Read more

December 28, 2014Dear Fellow Landscape Architects, Several years ago we began a fundraising and legal effort to defend our right as landscape architects to practice as Georgia law allows, in particular to seal stormwater design services in the state of Georgia. While the L.A. profession has long practiced stormwater design and management, the Metropolitan North   …Continue Reading

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posted on April 8th, 2014  |  Read more

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2014 Georgia Chapter of ASLA Awards Call for Entries

posted on April 1st, 2014  |  Read more

Thank you for your interest in this year’s ASLA|GA Professional and Student Awards. Each year we seek to honor the best in landscape architecture from our state of Georgia.  Award recipients receive feature coverage in our Awards Book. In addition, award recipients, their clients and advisors will be honored at the Awards Banquet which will be held in Atlanta, Georgia this   …Continue Reading

Park Pride’s 13th Annual Parks & Greenspace Conference call for presenters

posted on August 27th, 2013  |  Read more

“All over the country, communities and municipalities are implementing ground-breaking projects that leverage rainwater runoff and green infrastructure techniques to build innovative parks and greenspaces. The “what”, “how”, “why” and “where” of green infrastructure is the focus of Park Pride’s 13th Annual Parks & Greenspace Conference on March 31st, 2014, titled Pipes to Parks: Creating   …Continue Reading

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