Green Park Awards (2020).
Palmer Park, Coatesville, PA (2020), with Natural Lands, and Harriet Wetherill Park, Plymouth Township, PA, with YSM, the first Green Park Award (2010) recognizes excellence in the public parks that demonstrate the integration of green and sustainable park practices.
Lehigh Valley Planning Commission (2017).
Excellence in Planning and Development. Stevens Park Master Plan, Allentown, PA, with JMT.
Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia (2015).
For the Sustainable Future of Washington Crossing Historic State Park Plan (2015), with Maryanna Thomas Architects and Viridian Landscape Studio, exemplifying outstanding achievement in the field of historic preservation through recreation planning and community involvement in the Greater Philadelphia region.
Char-West Multi-Municipal Comprehensive Plan (2012).
Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence, with Environmental Planning and Design, PA Department of Community and Economic Development and 2012 Daniel Burnham Award, Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association
Spring Creek Canyon Conservation Strategy Merit Award (2010).
PA, DE American Society of Landscape Architects (2010) 2010 People’s Choice Award, PA, DE American Society of Landscape Architects, with Environmental Planning and Design.
United States Department of Environmental Protection (2008).
National award, with Lancaster Planning Commission, YSM, and Andrew Mears – Phoenix Award (2008) - Roberto Clemente Park, Lancaster, PA has enhanced the civic and community pride in the neighborhood and has led to economic growth and an improved quality of life for this multi-ethnic community. The Roberto Clemente Park Project is worthy of national recognition as the EPA’s Community Impact Winner because the project shows that a good plan that is supported by and involves the community in a meaningful way is the key to a successful urban revitalization effort.
Roberto Clemente Park A Special Recognition Award with YSM and Andrew Mears (2006).
The jury found the project significantly improved the site and provided increased safety. The community and stakeholder involvement shows success. Process and participation was the best part of the project and should be recognized –the process was excellent.