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Leo Urban


Leo Urban, landscape architect and president of Urban Associates, Inc. headquartered in Boynton Beach, Florida has recently received a "Stars of Design" Award in the category of Urban Design from the Design Center of the Americas. Mr. Urban also received an award for Excellence in Design in the category of New Residential Development for Gramercy Square in Delray Beach from the City of Delray Beach.

Jeff Davis, president of JDavis Architects, PLLC a full-service architecture, landscape architecture and interior design firm, has announced that HighPark Village was named the Best New Retail Development at the Triangle Commercial Real Estate Women (TCREW) 2008 Champion Awards. The 2008 awards were handed out during an awards luncheon at the Prestonwood Country Club in Cary, N.C.






Jerry Smith


Landscape Architect Jerry Smith, ASLA, LEED AP, has been named sustainable sites manager for HDR Architecture, Inc., based in the firm's Cincinnati, Ohio office. With over 20 years experience in the industry, Smith will be responsible for advancing sustainability initiatives in site design and technology for HDR's broad range of site-related services.

May 2008 marked the 35th year for Edsall & Associates LLC, Columbus based land planners, urban designers and landscape architects. Since the firm's inception, they have been stewards of a structure originally built for Ohio's Former Secretary of State, Charles Kinney. They have also been committed to the stewardship of the public well being in the development of the natural and built environment.






The HOK Planning Group


The HOK Planning Group has opened its doors in Denver with the launch of a specialized urban design and landscape architecture studio. A three-person team will serve clients in Denver and throughout the Mountain West region, with plans to build a 20-person practice within two years. Joining The HOK Planning Group in Denver are David Amalong, RLA, ASLA, LEED AP, vice president and director; Robb Berg, RLA, ASLA, senior associate; and Jesse Michael, landscape architectural technician.

O'Boyle, Cowell, Blalock & Associates, Inc. (OCBA) has been recognized as a Green Choice Member Organization of the Kalamazoo Regional Chamber of Commerce for its leadership in and voluntary commitment to sustainable and environmental business practices and services. OCBA has provided landscape architecture, urban design, waterfront planning, land planning, and site design services to Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and communities throughout Michigan for over 44 years.






John Ellsworth


John Ellsworth, a faculty member in Utah State University's Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, has been honored with four awards by the Utah chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. He earned an Honor Award and three Merit Awards for various projects. Entries were reviewed in a double-blind peer review process, and landscape architects from Colorado served as jurors.

Construction has begun on the 17-acre Bartram Walk West Village Jacksonville, Florida located across from the shops of Bartram Walk. Designed by Ervin Lovett & Miller and developed by Gate Petroleum, the retail villages create the gateway into northern St. Johns County. Similar to Bartram Walk, the West Village will be a mixture of boutique shops, restaurants and banks that will comprise approximately 90,000 square feet when completed.






Nancy Rabalais


The National Water Research Institute (NWRI) announced that aquatic scientist Nancy N. Rabalais, Ph.D., the fifteenth recipient of the NWRI Athalie Richardson Irvine Clarke Prize for excellence in water research. Rabalais is executive director and professor of the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium in Chauvin, Louisiana, which provides coastal laboratory facilities to Louisiana universities and conducts research and educational programs in the marine sciences. NWRI established the Clarke Prize in 1993 to recognize outstanding research scientists who have demonstrated excellence in water-science research and technology.

It is with great excitement and delight that we introduce Barbara Tulipane, the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of NRPA. Barbara is a seasoned association executive who currently serves as CEO of the Electronic Retailing Association (ERA). Barbara will lead us in growing NRPA through her extraordinary experience in developing strategic partnerships, building organizational capacity, working on national level policy and advocacy efforts and, perhaps most of all, sharing her passion for our mission.






Crafton Tull Sparks


Crafton Tull Sparks has acquired Roberts & Williams Associates of Little Rock, Arkansas. By joining Crafton Tull Sparks we are able to continue to provide quality design and planning services for our clients as well as play a bigger role in the growth of this region. Crafton Tull Sparks is an architectural and engineering firm that is on Engineering News Record's list of top 500 design firms. They have also been named to ZweigWhite's Hot Firms list of fastest growing architectural, engineering and environmental firms for the last two years.







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