Brice Maryman Wins Doug Mason Memorial Award

On Wednesday, March 25, the Municipal League of King County honored SvR Design Company’s Brice Maryman with the Doug Mason Memorial Award for his volunteer work on Open Space Seattle 2100 and the Seattle Parks for All Levy. The Doug Mason Memorial is given to a person, age 35 or under, who has made a special contribution to the people of King County in the following areas: environmental protection and preservation, agricultural preservation, transportation, human services, housing, good government, ethics in politics, or effective government administration. Maryman, who is a landscape architect at SvR, co-directed Open Space Seattle 2100, creating a collaborative planning process that directly engaged hundreds of multidisciplinary professionals and citizens to create long-term plans for Seattle's interconnected "green infrastructure," and helped catalyze and led the coalition that advocated for 2008’s successful parks and green spaces levy renewal.

Eight individuals and three organizations were honored in the Municipal League’s 50th annual Civic Awards for outstanding contribution to the community. Open Space Seattle 2100, which Brice co-directed with the University of Washington’s Nancy Rottle, was also the winner of the 2007 ASLA Planning + Analysis Honor Award.

High Point Redevelopment Recognized for Site Development

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) honored the High Point Redevelopment with the 2006 Region 8 Outstanding Major Project Award for Site Development. Region 8 includes the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada and Arizona. The project was also awarded the local Seattle Section’s Outstanding Project Award for site development. To learn more about this low impact development project, please see the project description.

High Point Redevelopment Receives Awards

High Point RedevelopmentThe Urban Land Institute and the American Society of Civil Engineers (Seattle Chapter) recently honored the High Point Redevelopment with outstanding project awards. Every year, the Urban Land Institute (ULI) honors outstanding real estate projects. The High Point Redevelopment was one of the 11 winners – from a pool of 170 entrants – of the 2007 ULI Awards for Excellence.

ULI Awards for Excellence recognize the full development process of a project--construction, economic viability, marketing, and management  – as well as design.

In June, High Point also received the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Seattle Chapter’s 2006 Outstanding Project Award in the Site Development category. The project will represent the Seattle Section in the Region 8 awards, which includes competition from other ASCE sections chapters in the Pacific Northwest, Montana, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Alaska, and Hawaii.

High Point is an environmentally responsible low impact development community in West Seattle. To learn more about the project please visit our High Point Project Page.