2015 Mar 30

BSLA Honor Awards for the Clark and City Soils; Long Dock Park captures Award of Excellence

The Boston Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (BSLA) has identified twenty-nine projects in their 2015 Design Awards, including three projects by Reed Hilderbrand. Two projects received BSLA Honor Awards: The Clark Art Institute campus, which opened last summer after more than a decade of collaboration, and our ongoing research in urban soils, launched by principal Eric Kramer in collaboration with Halvorson Design Partnership. Long Dock Park, our project with Scenic Hudson Land Trust to create a waterfront park that exemplified the best practices in site remediation, claimed the 2015 Award of Excellence, the highest award given by BSLA for outstanding work in landscape architecture.

For detailed information about these Reed Hilderbrand projects and this year’s other winners, visit the ASLA’s comprehensive 2015 Design Awards website. The October issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine also includes coverage of the winning projects.