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Landscape Architectural Services Awards

2012 Ontario Society of Professional Engineers, 2012 Hamilton-Halton Project of the Year
Award in Civil-Environmental Engineering,  East Hamilton Waterfront Link Pedestrian Bridge
 



2012 American Public Works Association, Project of the Year Award. East Hamilton Waterfront
Link Multi-Use Pedestrian Bridge
 



 2011 Ontario Concrete Awards - Courtcliffe Park
Courtcliffe Park 2011 Concrete Awards

Courtcliffe Park was recognized with the 2011 Ontario Concrete Award for outstanding work in the category of Specialty Concrete Products.

The park redevelopment includes an expanded 12,000 square metre, 300 space parking lot area. The rehabilitated parking facilities include two innovative, sustainable pavement alternatives; grass pavers and pervious concrete. Pervious concrete is a sustainable paving alternative that has the potential for economical, environmental and social benefits. The installation at Courtcliffe Park is being used as a pilot project that will enable the City to understand the behaviour and performance of pervious concrete pavement in our community.



2011 OPWA, 2011 Project of the Year Award, East Hamilton Waterfront Link Pedestrian Bridge



2011 Consulting Engineers of Ontario, 2011 Award of Merit for Transportation,
East Hamilton Waterfont Link Pedestrian Bridge



2009 Urban Design and Architecture Awards - Dundas Driving Park
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Dundas Driving Park was recognized with the 2009 Hamilton Urban Design and Architecture award of excellence for healthy communities.

Dundas Driving Park is one of the oldest parks in Hamilton with a history of hosting many major sports, military, church and civic celebrations. After input from the public, the City initiated a Master Plan for the park. The ice rink building has become a local landmark and is sited with breathtaking views of the escarpment. The ice rink was a joint endeavour between the Dundas Valley Sunrise Rotary Club and the City, creating a feature that extends ice times into fall and spring.

For more information please visit the Urban Design and Architecture Awards homepage at: http://www.hamilton.ca/CityDepartments/PlanningEcDev/Development/UrbanDesign/DesignArchitectureAwards/



2009 Ontario Concrete Awards - Turner Skate Park
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The Turner Skatepark Project was recognized with the 2009 Architectural Hardscape Award.

The skatepark design is a combination of a concrete street plaza and a concrete bowl. It is a one-of-a-kind custom skatepark design prepared for the City of Hamilton. The concrete bowl features a shallow end at 1.5 metres deep (5 feet), a deep end at 2.5 metres deep (8 feet), a waterfall, steel coping and extension walls that achieve a maximum concrete bowl depth of 8.5 feet. The bowl is a popular skatepark component due to the added challenge to the skateboarder.

For more information please visit the Ontario Concrete Awards homepage at:
http://www.ontarioconcreteawards.ca/


 
2008 CSLA Regional Merit Award, East Kiwanis Place



2007 Ontario Concrete Awards - Bay Street Reconstruction Project
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The Bay Street Streetscape Reconstruction Project was recognized with the 2007 Architectural Hardscape Award.

The Bay Street Reconstruction Project featured widened sidewalks and boulevards on both sides by removing a lane of traffic and reducing the the widths of the remaining lanes.

The overall goal was to revitalize the downtown by creating barrier free and safe pedestrian zones, greening the street with extensive areas of flower beds and street trees, and creating an aesthetically pleasing street that attracts pedestrians and improves the image of the City.

For more information on the Bay Street Streetscape Reconstruction visit the
Ontario Concrete Awards homepage.



2007 Urban Design & Architecture Awards, East Kiwanis Place



2007 Canadian Society of Landscape Architects Award

Regional Merit Award - Hamilton Recreational Trails Master Plan



2005 Urban Design Architecture Award Winning Projects
Ferguson Station Design recognized in the 2005 Urban Design and Architecture Award of Excellence in Landscape Architecture. The site of the original train station built by the Hamilton and Lake Erie Railway in 1875. For detailed information on Ferguson Station visit our project profile page.

Dundurn National Historic Site, Landscape Conservation Master Plan and Implementation received the 2005 Urban Design and Architecture Award of Merit in Heritage Conservation.





2002 Landscape Ontario Awards of Excellence, Ferguson Station



2000 CSLA Regional Citation Award, West Harbourfront Development Study



1997 Waterfront Center, Excellence on the Waterfront Honor Award, Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail



1995 Waterfront Center, Excellence on the Waterfront Honor Award, Pier 4 Park and Harbourfront Park
(now Bayfront Park)